So World War I never ended, right? No, of course not. It carried on going right up to 1964, when the game is set. Axis and Allied armies still exist, but under different names. Waging war is an expensive business, so in order to raise cash both armie...
Based on the TV show (screening on Network 10 and Fox Kids), this space game is set in 2053 and features the three Butt-Ugly Martians: B.Bop-A-Luna, 2-T-Fru-T and Do-Wah-Diddy. They are sent on a mission to invade Earth by their evil leader Emperor B...
A small company named e.Digital hopes to challenge Apple’s iPod MP3 player with its new voice-activated, hard-drive-based $US349 Odyssey 1000. Among its many features are 20GB of storage, USB 2.0 connectivity and voice-recognition technology that let...
Electronic Arts’ FIFA soccer series displayed the same in-depth knowledge of the game as the average American when the US hosted the World Cup. Its arcade action had defenders running past 10 men to score a goal, while an overhead kick from midfield ...
Monster’s Salary Timer could either be a harmless piece of fun or an infuriating example of the injustices of the world, depending on your state of mind vis-à-vis work when you visit.
Links 2003 has an incredible amount of depth, yet it doesn’t stop the casual gamer from playing. If, like me, you are new to this golf series, you’ll find it perfectly easy to pick up and play. You can be off on the fairways in a matter of moments, h...
Life is tough for analog camcorder owners. There are very few decent hardware devices that allow us to capture top-quality footage directly from Hi8, Video8, S-VHS and VHS sources to our hard disks.
Iomega’s hard disk drive range uses existing hard drive technology bundled into an easy-to-use, portable external case.
Touted as the ultimate all-in-one device for mobile professionalism, O2’s Xda can handle e-mail, voice calls, browse the Web and manage your diary. It measures a svelte 129x73x18mm, and weighs just 201g — much smaller than a jacketed iPaq. Its hard...
Manufacturers are working harder than ever to make colour lasers a viable option. We took a look at two well-priced models that might fit your budget as well as your needs.
PowerQuest’s PartitionMagic software — long recognised as the best program for creating, resizing and generally working with hard-drive partitions — has always come with a warning that it might destroy data
Like its competition at the top of this page, this software protects against unauthorised PC access, which means that even when your computer is connected to the Internet, no one can get in and browse your files.
Traversing the Internet’s highways and byways unguarded is a foolhardy endeavour. On installation, Firewall 4.0 scans various aspects of the host computer, looking for security holes. It also treats users to a visual trace of given domains, includin...
These hot new speakers from Creative should be available for purchase towards the end of February and come with the THX seal of approval from LucasArts, guaranteeing quality cinematic audio. If you want the best sound solution for gaming, music or ho...
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First impression on unpacking the Q702 test unit was the solid feel and clean, minimalist styling.
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