Valhalla represents another step forward in Assassin's Creed's increasingly excellent run of games.
This surprisingly impressive cyberpunk shooter will tide you over between now and Cyberpunk 2077.
Watch Dogs heads to the shores of Blighty. But does it Rule Britannia or is it simply not cricket?
Possibly the most crass game of the year, does the latest Saints Row deliver fun or just vulgarity?
Can SteelSeries produce a headset thats a winner for both PC and Xbox 360 owners?
Altec Lansing prove that you don't need to break the bank to get a good 2.1 set.
Ditching the USB connection leads to a very low price for this brilliantly comfortable headset.
These £449 speakers offer audiophile sound quality and a sleek appearance.
A wall of fantastic, punchy sound with plenty of detail.
Antec's first attempt at a premium set of speakers is a hit and miss affair.
Creative targets the mid-range headset market with its cut down version of the Tactic3D Sigma.
One of the first Auzentech cards we've seen that uses a C-Media chip rather than a Creative X-Fi.
BenQ's latest is built for pro-gamers, with features to match. Does it suit the rest of us though?
Better known for its pro audio gear, AKG is now targeting gamers with the GHS 1.
It might sound like an extra from Asterix, but this is a gaming mouse to covet.
Can the follow-up to the excellent Arena headset live up to expectations?
These interesting looking speakers might look great, but do they sound great too?
This deceptively small set of THX-certified speakers 2.1 produces plenty of sound.
A new X-Fi sound card aimed at audiophiles and music enthusiasts.
This is Corsair's first headset, and it's designed to give a great sound with minimal setup hassle.
Two SandForce controllers and 1GB/sec of bandwidth should make for quick storage
Is the cheaper, but slimmed down GeForce GTX 460 768MB is worth buying?
Nvidia finally regains some face with its new mid-range GPU - it's a great performer!
Fermi makes its first foray into the mainstream and has the HD 5850 firmly in its sights
Scan manages to tame a GeForce GTX 480, and find room for a 4GHz Core i7-920 too
A Core i7 and Radeon HD 5870 gaming powerhouse, if you can handle the noise.
November 6 2020 | 17:30
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