Article | 24/04/2013
Call of Juarez returns to the Wild West with Gunslinger
The Call of Juarez series by Polish developer Techland managed to stand out in the crowded first person shooter market by catering to a niche, namely ...
Article | 22/04/2013
How Might & Magic X: Legacy is bringing back old school RPGing
RPGs, like most games, have undergone an evolution with the advent of powerful consoles and improved PC hardware.
Article | 19/04/2013
Why Ubisoft is bringing Flashback back in HD
We had a chance to go hands-on with the new Flashback at Ubisoft Digital Days 2013, where VectorCell creative director, Paul Cuisset, talked about bri...
Article | 18/04/2013
Ubisoft talks about 80s nostalgia with Far Cry 3 Blood Dragon
Far Cry 3 Blood Dragon is the most refreshing and oddball game to come out in recent memory.
Article | 15/04/2013
We talk to EA about The Simpsons smartphone game and mobile gaming in general
Not only has EA been a pioneering force in bringing big budget games to the smartphone platform, it has also been a heavy proponent behind the free-to...
Article | 21/03/2013
First look: God of War: Ascension (PS3)
The focus of God of War: Ascension is entirely around the platforming, puzzle solving, and combat, particularly the latter. The “back-to-basics” appro...
Article | 18/03/2013
First look: SimCity (PC)
The server issues are a massive barrier to the enjoyment of the SimCity, but once that gets solved there is a decent, if not restrictive, game experie...
Article | 7/03/2013
Xbox 360 first look: Tomb Raider
When I played the original Tomb Raider on 1996, I was both equally impressed with the game as I was disappointed. The latest Tomb Raider is a stellar ...
Article | 20/10/2012
DayZ turns a frustrating military game into top-notch survival horror
I lasted just over three hours on my first day in the fictional Russian state of Chernarus. I'm told this is quite good, but just leaving the beach al...
Article | 25/09/2012
First look: Fitbit Zip wireless activity tracker
We take a first look at Fitbit's new Zip wireless activity tracker.
Article | 16/05/2012
A Guide to the Classes in Diablo III
Diablo III is finally here and many of you are probably already playing it. With five separate classes that each have their own unique playstyle, you ...
Article | 14/02/2012
Everything you need to know about the PlayStation Vita
Sony’s gearing up to launch the PlayStation Vita in North America later this month and we’ve got all the details you need including specs, price, and ...
Article | 18/11/2011
Play-Asia interview: Company director, Jan Neuhaeusser
PC World had a unique opportunity to get an inside look at biggest online game retailer in Asia Pacific, Play-Asia.com.
Article | 22/10/2011
Arkham City's Too-Forgiving Combat System
I'm asking for it, I really am: I'm nearly finished with story mode in Arkham City, about to ascend the loftiest tower in the prison-city's center, pr...
Article | 27/04/2011
10 more Max Payne 3 screenshots
Even though solid information is still light on the ground, Rockstar is teasing us with a few more screenshots from Max Payne 3. From what we can see ...
Article | 19/04/2011
In pictures: The first 10 minutes of Portal 2
If you're stuck at work until 5PM, and can't get home to play Portal 2 -- even if you've got an early copy -- feast your eyes on a couple of screensho...
Article | 31/03/2011
In pictures: Max Payne 3 screenshots
It's official -- get ready for more pill-popping, shell-dropping, motion-stopping Max Payne. We've grabbed some in-game screenshots of the still-being...
Article | 24/03/2011
Nintendo 3DS vs. Sony NGP (PSP 2): specs and features
With Nintendo's Australian 3DS launch only a few days away on March 31, we thought we'd give you a quick refresher on it, and the device that's going ...
Article | 23/03/2011
Top 5 indie games of 2010
2010 saw some great games released from big publishers, but independent producers also brought plenty of amazing concepts into public view. We've pick...
Article | 19/03/2011
PC gaming stifled by consoles
Speaking with bit-tech.net this week, AMD's worldwide developer relations manager Richard Huddy had a few choice words to say about the narrowing divi...