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Titanfall review
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Titanfall review

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And so the second wave of next-generation games starts with what is unarguably the most talked about title since its first showing at E3 in Los Angeles last June. Titanfall was Microsoft’s "one more thing" during its Xbox One press conference, even... >>

QuadStick controller brings PS3, PC, Xbox One, 360 and Android gaming to quadriplegic gamers

QuadStick controller brings PS3, PC, Xbox One, 360 and Android gaming to quadriplegic gamers

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A games controller made for quadriplegics has appeared on Kickstarter with the name QuadStick. The QuadStick uses a single joystick with four sip-and-puff sensors, a lip position sensor and push switch, that allow users complex controls using just their mouths.... >>

Gamefly Digital sale means you can build your own cheap bundle

Gamefly Digital sale means you can build your own cheap bundle

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With time off work on its way for Christmas there’s plenty of gaming to be done. So now is the best time to start stockpiling games ready to fill your time. With that in mind, Gamefly Digital is offering a Build Your Own Bundle service. You can pick... >>

Valve to expand Steam's universe: Launches teaser page for 23 September announcements

Valve to expand Steam's universe: Launches teaser page for 23 September announcements

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Steam's universe is expanding in 2014 - at least that's what the company has suggested on a new teaser page launched today. Steam is a primary source for downloadable PC games and third-party games, and Valve Corporation develops it. Valve has long hinted... >>

Splinter Cell: Blacklist gameplay preview: First play

Splinter Cell: Blacklist gameplay preview: First play

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Splinter Cell: Blacklist, the latest in the Tom Clancy's franchise, continues the third-person stealth-meets-shooter series in a similar vein to the previous Conviction title. Pocket-lint got a play of Blacklist ahead of its 20 August release date. Does... >>

A week in reviews: June 24 - June 29

A week in reviews: June 24 - June 29

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Another diverse week in reviews, from things that diagnose your car, to things that help you go places in your car without getting lost. It's all here this week. We've also taken a look at Sony's latest compact camera, a follow up to the amazing Company... >>

Company of Heroes 2 review
4.0 stars

Company of Heroes 2 review

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Company of Heroes was released in 2006, followed by two add-on packs and some of the highest critical acclaim heap on any strategy game. It remains a classic and developer Relic has quite a responsibility to deliver a sequel that can match the first.... >>

Battlefield 4 preview

Battlefield 4 preview

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Battlefield is back and now comes with added bass in its teaser trailers. So much bass in fact, that sitting waiting for the Battlefield 4 reveal in a theatre in Stockholm, we were almost knocked off our seat the moment that classic Battlefield theme... >>

Logitech reaffirms commitment to PC gaming with massive new accessory line-up

Logitech reaffirms commitment to PC gaming with massive new accessory line-up

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Logitech has gone PC mad, announcing eight new PC gaming-specific products including headphones, keyboards and mice. All the new Logitech kit fits nicely into the brand's G range of products. This means clever technology all set up to give gamers the... >>

Forget Xbox 720 and PS4, go next-gen in your living room now with a small form factor PC

Forget Xbox 720 and PS4, go next-gen in your living room now with a small form factor PC

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The PS4 will arrive by Christmas this year and you can bet your bottom dollar that the Xbox 720 will too. But that is a long time to wait and every trailer or confirmed title shown on YouTube makes that wait just a little bit harder. The thing is though,... >>