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First-person MOBA fun with Battleborn
Gearbox Software, creators of the seminal Borderlands series of first-person shooters brings us a new franchise with Battleborn.
Hands-on review: HTC Vive
Virtual reality is here, right now; but it comes at a price. Welcome to the Matrix, Neo.
Perfect 10 – introducing the NVidia GeForce GTX 1080
As the virtual reality race heats up, the need for a super-fast, single-GPU solution has become that much more important.
You say you want a revolution?
Deep Silver’s Homefront: The Revolution invites us to take another look at a USA on its knees post-invasion and occupied by North Korea.
Does new Doom game deliver?
Id Software reboots the great-grand-daddy of first-person shooters, Doom, for a new generation of player and hardware.
Hitman’s second episode is huge!
Agent 47’s episodic new-gen outing gets its second chapter- set in the absolutely huge picturesque Italian town of Sapienza.
Developer interview- The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt- Blood and Wine expansion
Geralt of Rivia’s monster-hunting adventures conclude with Blood and Wine, the final expansion for the award-winning RPG, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt.
Hands-on review: automating your home with mydlink
Darren Price checks out D-Link's DSP-W215 Wi-FI SmartPlug, DCH-S150 Wi-Fi Motion Sensor and DCH-S220 Wi-Fi Siren.
Cloud as a Service revenue from carrier providers to hit $10 billion
“Though public cloud services will remain the prominent source of carrier cloud revenue, private cloud services are growing at a higher rate."
Hitman returns: a look at episode one
Netguide's Darren Price offers up his opinion on the first episode of the new Hitman game.
Codemasters' Dirt Rally comes to consoles
Colin McRae’s legacy lives on with the back-to-basics gameplay of Codemasters’ Dirt Rally.
World of Tanks interview with The Chieftain, Nicholas Moran
NetGuide's Darren Price chats about tanks with Nicholas Moran, Wargaming America's Director of Militaria Relations.
Just Cause 3 gets jet-propelled DLC
Square Enix are now extending Just Cause 3's mayhem with the release of the game's first DLC expansion, Sky Fortress.
Dirt Rally gets real
Codemasters put their money were their mouth is and sets out to show NetGuide’s Darren Price just how close their rally game is to the real thing.
Telltale gives Minecraft it’s Story Mode
Open-world block-building game Minecraft gets the campaign mode you didn’t know you needed in Telltale’s Minecraft Story Mode.
Developer interview: Brian Hayes Creative Director for UFC 2
Netguide’s Darren Price caught up with EA Sports’ Creative Director Brian Hayes to talk about the new modes and other improvements in UFC 2
EA Sports UFC 2 gets us back in the octagon
EA Sports’ newcomer of a franchise kicks off this year’s barrage of sports sims with its second outing, UFC 2
Wargaming.net delivers new (real) tank
Wargaming.net, famous for it’s free-to-play World of Tanks game has just delivered a real tank to the Australian Armour & Artillery Museum in Cairns.
Is Dying Light: The Following Enhanced Edition worth a look?
It’s time, once again to run, jump and hide from the zombie horde in Techland’s Dying Light: The Following Enhanced Edition.
D-Link gets serious with security
Netguide’s Darren Price takes a look at a couple of indoor and outdoor networked cameras from D-Link's Vigilance range.
Unravel: a yarn with a difference
Netguide's Darren Price take a look at Unravel, the new platform game from EA Games and Coldwood Interactive.
Virtual tramping in Firewatch
Narrative adventure, Firewatch, provides a relatively passive gaming experience with a profound story.
PC gamers strike back with XCOM 2
The PC exclusive follow-up to 2012's XCOM: Enemy Unknown is out now. Netguide's Darren Price takes a look.
Rise of the Tomb Raider comes to PC
PC owners finally get to play what can only be described as the definitive version of Lara Croft’s latest adventure, Rise of the Tomb Raider.