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Halo Wars

A demo of Halo Wars, the eagerly awaited real-time strategy game set in the Halo universe, has been released on Xbox Live. The 1.4GB demo is available to Xbox Live members in all regions. Read on for our impressions.  Read More

The new Rubik's 360.

You might have thought Professor Erno Rubik, the creator of the Rubik’s cube, might have rested on his laurels (and the piles of money the puzzle surely earned him), but no. Erno has been busy churning out a variety of puzzles over the years, but none has captured the imagination of the world quite like his ubiquitous cube. He is hoping to change that with his latest creation the Rubik’s 360.  Read More

Killzone 2

It's no secret that the PS3 needs a Halo/Gears of War to call it's own. Haze and Resistance 1/2 have tried to take the crown, but ultimately failed. Sony and Guerilla Games certainly have a lot to live up to with Killzone 2, having turned the hype up to 11 way back in 2005 with their now-infamous pre-rendered trailer at E3. So is this the system-selling franchise Sony need? Read on for our full review.  Read More

Resident Evil 5 screenshot

After having been available in Japan since 2008, the demo for Capcom's upcoming survival horror game Resident Evil 5 has finally been made available to Xbox Live Gold subscribers in all regions. Silver account holders have to wait until January 29, with PS3 owners getting theirs last on February 2. Everyone else will just have to check out the screenshots.  Read More

World of Goo

Just bought yourself a netbook and found yourself wondering what games will run without help from a modern GPU? Not to worry - there's a good ten million or so people out there in the same boat, and we've done some of the hard work for you.  Read More

The Steam Holiday Sale: 10-75% off everything

If you forgot to get a Christmas present for yourself, now is as good a time as ever to hit Steam. With a minimum 10% off everything in the store and critically acclaimed games like BioShock and Portal available for just US$4.99, you're bound to find something suitable.  Read More

The PlayStation 3

According to iSupply, in November 2006 the entry-level US$499 PlayStation 3 console was made up of over 4,048 different components at a cost to Sony of $805. Two years on, they've ripped open a current revision of the game console and while there's 30% fewer parts, Sony is still making a loss of just under $50 per console - making it clear why there was no aggressive price cuts this holiday season.  Read More

Guitar Hero World Tour

Whether you need help finding a last minute Christmas gift idea for the gamer in your life, or your personal games library is a little long in the tooth and in need of a fun injection, we've got you covered. Here's a list of the 50 best selling PS3 games right now on PriceGrabber, with links to the cheapest online retailers you can buy them from.  Read More

Playseat to deliver official WRC driving seat Q1

December 16, 2008 Playseats has signed a deal to become the official race seat of the FIA World Rally Championship (WRC) and will deliver the first branded version of the seat in Q1 2009. The new Playseat is compatible with all digital driving wheels including the Logitech G25 and ForceGT,and is compatible with the PS3, PS2, Xbox, Xbox360 and Nintendo Wii plus the PC. No mention of price at this stage, though we expect the seat and Logitech G25 and gearshift bundle to come in around EUR599 (US$865).  Read More

The GAMEROX video gaming chair

If there’s one thing most parent’s hate seeing, it’s their offspring slumped in from of the TV, video game controller in hand, ruining their posture and getting fatter by the second. This is one of the many reasons Nintendo’s Wii has proven so popular and now a company with a new concept in game seating is also hoping to do its bit for poor childhood posture and inactivity by getting kids moving and improving their posture while they sit playing video games. The GAMEROX chair is designed to promote movement during game play to deliver health benefits through improved circulation, movement and exercise by taking advantage of children’s natural tendency to move with the onscreen action.  Read More

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