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Return to the fight with Battlefield V PC
The game is beautifully realised, looking particularly amazing on PC.
Fallout 76 goes online
Whilst at the moment to the game is OK, I wouldn’t be surprised if the veteran developer is pulling out all the stops to make Fallout 76 the game that it deserves to be.
Hands-on review: Tile Mate and Tile Pro Bluetooth trackers
One phrase that fills me with dread is when my wife says, "Have you seen my keys?”
Hands-on review: Razer Infrit Streaming Headset
It may not look like much, but that’s the point. It’s extremely powerful, versatile and discreet. It's perfect for streamers and anyone else looking for some light, slight headphones that won’t mess up your hair.
The Just Cause 4 mayhem is nearly upon us
I was only a few minutes into my preview session with Just Cause 4 when I realised that I was in for some trouble.
The Secrets of Dr. Wu expands Jurassic World Evolution
Players are in control of two hidden research facilities on Isla Muerta and Isla Tacaño where Dr. Henry Wu is developing a new generation of hybrid dinosaurs.
Hands-on review: Intel Core i7 8086K Limited Edition
Whilst I’ve seen commemorative coins and stamps, I’ve never seen a commemorative CPU. Intel’s Core i7 8086K is exactly that.
Trust us, we’re Nvidia: GeForce RTX 20-series GPU preview
When I caught up with Brian Burke, Nvidia’s gaming tech PR guy, at PAX AUS in Melbourne, I didn’t hold back. I asked him why should Kiwis part with such a huge amount of money for something that, right now, doesn’t do a lot.
Hands-on Intel Optane performance test: HP Pavilion Gaming Laptop
FutureFive’s Darren Price checks out Intel’s Optane memory technology.
Game review: Back in the saddle with Red Dead Redemption 2
With the developers’ track record of releasing outstanding games, Red Dead Redemption 2, wasn’t likely to be anything but superb.
Game review: EA Sports’ NHL 19 hits the ice
Within the maelstrom of game releases over the last month or so, EA Sports launched NHL 19. FutureFive’s Darren Price belatedly hits the ice to check it out.
Hands-on Review: D-Link DCS-8525LH security camera
D-Link provides a professional video surveillance solution at a consumer price.
Hands on review: Epson’s ET-M1120
Epson’s ET-M1120 offers no-nonsense black and white printing.
Hands-on review: Huawei Mate20 Pro
Huawei’s answer to the Apple XS, the Mate20 Pro, is nearly in the wild. FutureFive’s Darren Price takes the new smartphone for a spin.
Hands-on review: Expand your Wi-Fi network with D-Link’s Covr-2202
The Covr-2202 Tri-Band Seamless Wi-Fi System points each have six internal antennas connected to two 866Mbps 5GHz and one 2.4GHz radios.
Crucial launches P1 NVMe Solid State Drive
The SSD uses a PCIe port to provide a faster and more reliable read/write.
Hands-on review: Crucial’s BX500 SSD gets the job done
The Crucial BX500 comes in two flavours, 240GB and 480GB, giving users a no-frills boost to their PC at a budget-friendly price.
Hands-on preview: Red Dead Redemption 2
FutureFive’s Darren Price recently checked out an hour and a half of Rockstar’s highly-anticipated Red Dead Redemption 2. Here’s what he thought of it.
Hands-on review: Intel Core i7-8700K
Is upgrading to Intel’s 8th generation of CPUs a worthwhile investment? FutureFive’s Darren Price takes a look at the Intel Core i7-8700K.
Hands-on review: Crucial Ballistix Sport DDR4-3000 RAM
Micron’s Crucial Ballistix Sport DDR4-3000 is designed to offer top quality memory for gaming at a reasonable cost.
Another yarn with Unravel Two
Two’s company in this delightful sequel to Coldwood Interactive’s acclaimed platformer.
Hands-on review: Shadow of the Tomb Raider
Following on from 2015’s Rise of the Tomb Raider, the English archaeologist and her Kiwi companion, Jonah, find themselves in Mexico on the trail of the mysterious organisation, Trinity.
How gaming graphics changed the world: Nvidia AI Conference Sydney
The Singularity, the hypothetical moment in time when artificial intelligence becomes capable of recursive self-improvement, could radically change human civilisation almost overnight.
Game review: Broforce gets Switched
Devolver Digital’s seminal retro-shooter, Broforce, brings its awesomeness to the Nintendo Switch.