Makes no mention of the Rewind project.
This £250 headset and DAC combo brings high-fidelity audio to gaming in a superb way.
Heads back to WW2, too.
Get your war movie fix at Wargaming's weekend long film festival.
Does Red Orchestra 2 play sweet blood music, or stumble over bum notes? We decide.
Ubisoft has boasted about the innovations it's made with the latest Silent Hunter, including a new first person mode, but the real question is whether James can learn to look past Ubi's new DRM system. Also, how many seamen jokes can we make over the course of the review?
A swastika which is still faintly visible in the German version of Wolfenstein has prompted a complete recall.
We've been hands-on with the latest game in the long-running IL-2 Sturmovik series of World War 2 arcade flight sims to see how the series holds up after jumping to consoles. Is IL-2 Sturmovik set to be a console classic too, or is it all going to end in tears? We find out.
With the release of Battlefield of 1943, there have now been more games in the series than bullets fired from the slow ass guns that were used in the mid 1900s. We find out if any worthwhile additions have been made to the latest release in this formidable franchise.
The first truly western RTS to come from Square Enix, Order of War is developed by Wargaming.net and offers some truly spectacular graphics - but can the gameplay match? We take a look at this Japanese take on WWII to see if it's worth going AWOL for.
Morphine abuse, assassinations and tight leather pants on a Kate Beckinsale look-alike. Velvet Assassin seems to have it all, but can it this WWII-based spy game really live up to expectations? Read on to find out what we think of this classy sneak-em-up.
The Saboteur hopes to provide a fresh twist on the tired WWII setting by casting players as a lone operative in occupied Paris. Working alone, it's your job to bring hope back to France by doing the one thing you know how to do - drive very fast cars and kill an awful lot of Nazis
RUSE is the innovative new strategy game from Ubisoft, which left us very impressed when we saw it recently. With an emphasis on tactical trickery and a gorgeous new engine powering it all, we reckon RUSE is definitely one RTS you should keep a close eye on.
Ubisoft has just announced Ruse, a new WW2 RTS game where the focus is on tricking your enemies.