Rick returns to the best stealth game in existence.
Half-Life is back! But how does the switch to VR stack up?
We've picked some of the best projects recently completed in our project log forum.
The Kinzu bills itself as a lean, stripped down mouse, but does that mean it lacks bite?
Is the Sensei really the most customisable mouse in the world? We take a look.
Corsair details its forthcoming range of headsets, keyboards and mice.
Logitech announces a new addition to its G range of peripherals - the G300.
Razer has announced its Battlefield 3-themed gaming peripherals set.
Razer's 4G Dual Sensor system combines a laser and optical sensor for ultra-precise tracking.
Razer beefs up its MMO mouse, but does the Naga Epic live up to its name?
A troublesome shape means you should try this mouse before you consider buying it.
Large and brimming with customisation options, but it doesn't support all your fingers.
SteelSeries attempts to lure WoW fanatics with its Cataclysm branded mouse.
A solid, if unremarkable, mouse with excellent software and a very low price.
This mouse is designed especially for those who use a 'claw' grip to hold onto their mice.
Thermaltake's gaming brand returns with a back-to-basics gaming mouse.
The adjustable thumb buttons help make this gaming mouse extremely comfortable.
It might sound like an extra from Asterix, but this is a gaming mouse to covet.
Can unparalleled adjustment and customization options make for a perfect mouse?
This wireless mouse has more buttons than we could possibly need, but read this before buying.
More features that a cinema multiplex, and yet only £40, the Inferno is an excellent gaming mouse
Can Razer's new cut back Abyssus mouse still hack it despite its budget DNA?
Adjustable thumb button positioning enhance the comfort of this excellent gaming mouse.
Gaming peripheral specialist SteelSeries has taken the wraps off its last laser-driven mouse and cloth-topped mouse pad - both designed to pair with Ubisoft's R.U.S.E. RTS.
March 25 2020 | 14:00
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