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Budget in price, mainstream in aspiration.
A need to 'protect young minds.'
LA Noire is now out on PC: we don a fedora, light a smoke and wander the streets of 1947 LA.
Ratings information has been spotted that indicates the original Crysis will hit consoles.
Can SteelSeries produce a headset thats a winner for both PC and Xbox 360 owners?
Ditching the USB connection leads to a very low price for this brilliantly comfortable headset.
Creative targets the mid-range headset market with its cut down version of the Tactic3D Sigma.
Manic spell casting action that's guaranteed to lose you some friends.
Better known for its pro audio gear, AKG is now targeting gamers with the GHS 1.
Can the follow-up to the excellent Arena headset live up to expectations?
The GTX 580 is the fastest GPU out there, but what happens if we push it even further?
The 600T is a joy to build a PC in, and has some water-cooling credentials - is this your next case?
This is Corsair's first headset, and it's designed to give a great sound with minimal setup hassle.
Sega has announced that it has won an appeal for release of AVP in Australia.
An Australian attorney is blocking potential changes to the rating systems over fears about the impact of violent games.
Valve has formally appealed against the rating given to Left 4 Dead 2 in Australia.
Left 4 Dead 2 has been banned in Australia on account of excessive gore and melee weapons.
Intel has launched a new series of processor logos alongside a five-star rating system designed to help end users compare different chips.
Controversial and massively explicit slaughter-em-up Manhunt 2 has finally been given a UK release date more than a year after the game was finished.
Electronic Arts has voiced concerns that the new rating systems outlined by the Byron report may cause delays in UK releases.
The EU has handed the games industry an ultimatum - take steps to protect children from violent media, or laws will be made to make you.
The island of Singapore has formally introduced a new rating system for games that seems remarkably sensible compared to Western equivalents.
The government sponsored report into issues surrounding computer games will recommend a film-style rating system.
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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