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Football Manager 2015 review: Top of the table
4.5 out of 5

Football Manager 2015 review: Top of the table

By 7 November 2014

For die-hard fans or those new to the series, each year's Football Manager game (nee Championship Manager) has been an essential purchase. After all, they always offer a few new features with each generation and an exhaustive database update with the... >>

Alien: Isolation review
4.5 out of 5

Alien: Isolation review

By 8 October 2014

In space no-one can hear you scream. Our neighbours, however, can and often have of late as we've shuffled our way through one of the scariest, clever horror survival games we've played in years. Yep, Alien: Isolation has arrived. Some horror fans will... >>

Just how good is Oculus Rift Development Kit 2 in comparison to DK1?

Just how good is Oculus Rift Development Kit 2 in comparison to DK1?

By 7 July 2014

Oculus VR has started to ship its second generation development kit to 10,000 of the estimated 35,000 that pre-ordered one. The remaining batch with ship in August, it is believed, perhaps slipping into September, such is the demand. Interest in the... >>

This is the most terrifying thing you'll ever play: Alien: Isolation on Oculus Rift

This is the most terrifying thing you'll ever play: Alien: Isolation on Oculus Rift

By 1 July 2014

When we played through a decent chunk of the forthcoming new Alien-licensed game from Sega, we already proclaimed it one of the scariest experiences we've had in gaming. But playing Alien: Isolation on an Xbox One in a darkened (overheated) room is like... >>

Alien: Isolation preview: One-hour play-through of one scary game

Alien: Isolation preview: One-hour play-through of one scary game

By 10 June 2014

There have been many games based around the Alien franchise of films, books and comics, some truly fantastic - like the first Aliens vs Predator first person shooter - some far from it - like the last Aliens vs Predator FPS. But most of them take their... >>

Sony Pictures gives Seth Rogen green light to co-direct 1990s Console Wars film about Sega and Nintendo

Sony Pictures gives Seth Rogen green light to co-direct 1990s Console Wars film about Sega and Nintendo

By 24 February 2014

Actor and screenwriter Seth Rogen is set to write a film adaptation of Console Wars, an upcoming book that details how Nintendo and Sega went head-to-head in a power-play for the top spot during the video game explosion of the 1990s. Rogen will also co-direct... >>

Football Manager Handheld 2014 hits iOS and Android, as developer reveals result of piracy honeytrap

Football Manager Handheld 2014 hits iOS and Android, as developer reveals result of piracy honeytrap

By 14 November 2013

Sega and Sports Interactive have released Football Manager Handheld 2014 for iPhone, iPad and Android devices - a simultaneous release that offers some key new features and plenty of improvements over former iterations. Priced at £6.99 for all devices,... >>

Football Manager 2014 review
5 out of 5

Football Manager 2014 review

By 31 October 2013

Sports Interactive has been banging out Football Manager - nee Championship Manager - games with remarkable regularity in the last 21 years. More remarkable still is the consistency in quality. It’s hard to think of any other franchise in gaming that... >>

New Sega smartphone and tablet game line-up includes a duo of Sonics

New Sega smartphone and tablet game line-up includes a duo of Sonics

By 21 October 2013

Sega has announced four new games for smartphone and tablet that are coming in time for Christmas or just into the new year. And two of them feature the publisher's biggest star. Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed for iOS and Android will be the mobile... >>

BBC and Sega unveil Orbi: 40m screens and 22-point audio natural world experience

BBC and Sega unveil Orbi: 40m screens and 22-point audio natural world experience

By 20 August 2013

Orbi is what happens when BBC Earth and Sega team up to create a tech-enhanced nature experience. The Orbi installation in Yokohama, Japan, is the first of many paving the way with a multi-sensory experience. That means BBC Earth videos playing on a 40-metre... >>