We've picked some of the best projects recently completed in our project log forum.
How cool is the Corsair Hydro X Series?
Antec's affordable, minimalist water-cooling-friendly new case
Telltale's writing is better than ever, but 400 Days suffers from a change of structure and an unsatisfactory payoff.
A weird but wonderfully fantastical fighting... game.
A Lego Marvel comic character adventure game? Well okay then...
The Behemoth's new new quirky platformer has been worth the wait.
After the furore of its launch, has SimCity proved to be worthy of your time?
Have we seen the game of the year already? Read on to find out.
With a clever unreliable-narrator game mechanic, this is an intriguing twist on the FPS genre.
We find out if this FPS game is as good as the TV series it ties in with.
The fist-pumping, chest-bumping, space jock shooter is back, but is it any better?
Logitech finally enters the mechanical key gaming keyboard market.
The new instalment in the Dead Island series moves to a new location and gets a bit grubbier.
Does PES 2013 signal a return to form for the football franchise?
Is Mad Catz's first software venture as accomplished as its gaming accessories?
Can Darksiders II build on its predecessor? Max checks out the Xbox 360 version...
SteelSeries have gone back to basics with the Kana, but has it been a worthwhile trip?
Joe's new favourite character is a purple rectangle. Find out why in his Thomas Was Alone review.
What sort of impact does Paradox's Krater have on us? Find out in our review.
Intel's range of Ivybridge CPUs has arrived; we take a look at the top-end Core i7 3770K.
Can oodles of buttons and solid software make the M90 worth picking up?
The Kinzu bills itself as a lean, stripped down mouse, but does that mean it lacks bite?
CM Storm looks to take the LAN party market by, erm, storm with the Trooper case.
Is the Sensei really the most customisable mouse in the world? We take a look.
The 400R is Corsair's cheapest case, but can it still tame our test kit?
February 27 2020 | 11:00
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