Review Hitman 2 Review
Network drive failures, audio issues abound.
Got a notebook? Want something a little different to carry it around in? Pakuma have a new range of bags that are designed for the more stylish laptop user!
Aussie enthusiast mag, Atomic, are holding a Hotbox of the Year competition to see which case mod is voted the best from the past 12 months. Our very own G-gnome made the finals - Orac³ for the win!
As widely expected, today NVIDIA have unveiled the next card in the GeForce 7 series, the GeForce 7800 GT. Clocked at 400MHz / 1000MHz, is it capable of SLI, and has proved to be pretty quick.
Today, NVIDIA have launched yet another high-end card, the 7800 GT. Capable of SLI, as well as blistering single-card speed, is this yet another nail in the coffin for ATI? We put cards from XFX and BFG under the microscope.
Peripheral makers for the Xbox 360 will have to pay a levy to Microsoft to allow console compatibility. How will this affect gamers?
Want a Linux server? Don't want another box making noise in your room? How about a biometric USB stick with a PowerPC chip built in?
No longer do you have to buy an Alienware system in their full tower chassis or... their full tower chassis. The boys in black have come up with a stylish new mid-tower.
Ryan McFarland has a habit of turning junkyard trash into useful stuff. His latest creation is the NES gamepad optical mouse mod.
A dedicated (too dedicated!) Korean gamer has dropped dead after a marathon session of StarCraft.
Rockstar are being criticised once more - but not (for once) over hot beverages in GTA: SA. Their new game, "Bully" is causing a playground scrap...
Nvidia has launched a new SLI platform that has dual x16 graphics support. Dell is the first vendor to ship it in its new XPS system.
The net-porn generation is here, and not only is smut available online, it's in our games, too. Chris Caines and Wil Harris discuss whether access to pornography is actually any easier than before.
The latest patch for the tactical FPS game, SWAT 4, downloads advertising textures inserted into the game. Added realism or unwanted intrusion? You Decide.
There seemed to be a bit of a delay from announcement to availability with the GeForce 6600 LE - finally you can buy it in the shops for a little over £60. Cheap SLI, but is it a gimmick?
The Government is trialling 'Active' RFID enabled numberplates. The US is looking on with interest...
Tom's Hardware has gone all Not Safe For Work with an expose, as it were, of nudity in games.
Gainward have stepped up again with another overclocked card. This Golden Sample improves on the reference clocks of the 7800GTX whilst coming in at a fantastic price point. We love it, and so will you...
The creator of Half Life 2 has been talking about how difficult it is to write software that uses multi-core technology, as seen in next-gen processors.
In a move dumbfounding many, Sony are suing Hong Kong specialist exporter Lik-Sang.com for selling PSP handhelds to countries like the UK, where the official launch has been delayed by six months.
Following on from today's Radeon X800 GT announcement, Club 3D announce their X800 RX video card - a slightly more upmarket Radeon X800 GT.
From the Forums: bit-tech Linux man finds that Wine is A-OK by WGA
Researchers: It's behind you! Redmond: Oh no it isn't! Researchers: Oh yes it is! Repeat as neccesary...
CustomPC magazine is holding its Modfest 2005 competition at the Multiplay i25 LAN at the end of August. Get your modded case down there and win some kit!
Checked out the single-player demo of F.E.A.R. ? We've been playing it all weekend - have a read of our thoughts on the single player experience, and our first benchmarks. We test the game on a range of cards from a 5900XT up to a 7800GTX.
Valve have revealed the "secret" content planned for Half Life 2: Lost Coast - a DVD-style Audio Commentary, revealing insights from the developers on various aspects of the game.
Master engraver, Micke Gustafsson, returns with a Fatal1ty-themed project that features a unique twist: colour engraving. Follow his work from the cradle to the (en)grave...