We've picked some of the best projects recently completed in our project log forum.
How cool is the Corsair Hydro X Series?
Antec's affordable, minimalist water-cooling-friendly new case
One of our favourite games from last year gets the next-gen console treatment.
Rick discovers a pirate's life is most definitely for him.
No more codes for any future games.
Now needs 6GB of RAM minimum.
Ubisoft is recommending eight CPU cores for its upcoming hacker-FPS, Watch Dogs.
We take a first look at the new edition of Rocksmith, the guitar-teaching game.
New Assassin's Creed, Tom Clancy's Endwar and much more unveiled.
Sam Fisher may be a lost cause, but this is the strongest Splinter Cell game in years.
Upcoming games look better on PC.
Ubisoft's upcoming spy thriller has some difficult politics and a vendetta against dogs.
Another blow struck in the bundling war.
Users' personal details accessed by attacker.
Set across whole of America, players can even drive as the cops.
New tactical shooter takes place after a viral pandemic.
Pull up a chair and listen. Here's a story about a video game.
Patrice Désilets takes Ubisoft to court for $400,000 and rights to defunct project, 1666: Amsterdam.
New trailer shows Edward Kenway and killing on the high seas.
It was acceptable in the 80s, is it acceptable now?
Ubisoft Montreal studio head has stated that the gaming audience is ready for always-online devices.
A bonkers but brilliant multiplayer FPS by the makers of Trackmania.
Even existing buyers get the freebie.
With a clever unreliable-narrator game mechanic, this is an intriguing twist on the FPS genre.
Silas Greaves introduced as protagonist of new western FPS.
February 24 2020 | 12:00
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