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Just how realistic is FIFA 15? Well, Luis Suarez is banned in game too

Just how realistic is FIFA 15? Well, Luis Suarez is banned in game too

By 29 September 2014

There have been plenty of examples over the last month or so to prove how much effort EA Sports has put into making FIFA 15 the most realistic yet, including adding all 20 Premier League grounds for the first time and scanning hundreds of players' heads... >>

A week in reviews 22 - 26 September: Sony Xperia Z3 Compact successes, BlackBerry Passport failings and more

A week in reviews 22 - 26 September: Sony Xperia Z3 Compact successes, BlackBerry Passport failings and more

By 27 September 2014

Phones and gaming - that's the essence of this week's reviews. We've seen the mighty yet mini Sony Xperia Z3 Compact, alongside the gigantic Huawei Ascend Mate 7 phablet not-so-mighty and most definitely not mini BlackBerry Passport. As summer nears its... >>

Best iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus games: The first iOS 8 games you must download

Best iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus games: The first iOS 8 games you must download

By 26 September 2014

Apple released iOS 8 earlier this month with a significant feature that is specifically for gaming. It's called Metal. Apple announced Metal at WWDC 2014. The new feature (or API, really) allows developers to make console-grade games for your iPhone and... >>

FIFA 15: Stars whinge about their stats in EA’s biggest football game yet

FIFA 15: Stars whinge about their stats in EA’s biggest football game yet

By 26 September 2014

FIFA 15 is out in the UK today and fans will notice just how accurately it captures the likenesses and playing styles of some of the world's top players, especially those in the Barclays Premier League. The next-generation versions, for PS4 and Xbox One,... >>

FIFA 15 review
5 out of 5

FIFA 15 review

By 23 September 2014

In the past, reviewing a FIFA game has been a tricky affair. How can one wax lyrical over minor updates, no matter how many there are? Last year the series stepped foot onto the next-generation consoles, with PS4 and Xbox One showing off their graphical... >>

Steam takes aim at iTunes, wants to be your music player too

Steam takes aim at iTunes, wants to be your music player too

By 25 September 2014

Valve has pushed a surprising update to Steam that has shades of the iTunes or WinAmp to it. As well as serve as the hub for all of your PC, Mac or Linux games, the developer wants you to play all of your music through it too. The service has added a... >>

Titan falls: Blizzard puts an end to MMO game Project Titan after seven years of work

Titan falls: Blizzard puts an end to MMO game Project Titan after seven years of work

By 24 September 2014

Developer firm Blizzard just put Titan on a block of ice, permanently. According to Polygon, which interviewed Mike Morhaime, the cofounder and CEO of Blizzard, one of Blizzard's most ambitious projects to date has just been killed. The company never... >>

PlayStation TV release dates confirmed: October for US, then UK

PlayStation TV release dates confirmed: October for US, then UK

By 23 September 2014

Sony has announced the PlayStation TV will release in the US and Canada next month. The set-top box will launch in Europe just one month later. The PS TV, which first released in Japan and other countries, will allow you to access movies and TV shows... >>

Xbox One price drops below PS4 for the first time, now £330

Xbox One price drops below PS4 for the first time, now £330

By 23 September 2014

Microsoft has dropped the price of its Xbox One console in the UK to below the recommended retail price of the PlayStation 4 for the first time in the next-gen battle. You can now buy the standard edition, without the Kinect sensor, for £329.99 - £20... >>

Oculus Rift Crescent Bay prototype adds 360-degree tracking to the mix

Oculus Rift Crescent Bay prototype adds 360-degree tracking to the mix

By 22 September 2014

Oculus VR has unveiled a latest prototype model of its virtual reality headset and the company claims that it is a "big leap" for the technology. The Oculus Rift Crescent Bay model adds 360-degree tracking, which means the wearer and stand up, spin around... >>