Review: Valve Steam Controller

Steam Controller The Steam Controller sets out to do the impossible and comes very close to achieving its goal. Valve’s latest peripheral intends to unite all genres of games, “to let y…

Review: Steam Link

Introduction, design and setup When we spoke with Valve CEO, Gabe Newell, at GDC 2015, he illustrated the company’s multi-faceted initiative to rob the console of its TV rights in terms of wh…

Review: PS Vita

Overview Update: The PlayStation Vita is languishing. In a recent interview Sony senior vice president Masayasu said that there are no first-party titles in development for the PS Vita. Original re…

Review: Xbox Elite Wireless Controller

Xbox One Elite Controller review The Xbox Elite Wireless Controller came as surprise when it was first announced. Both its price ($149/£129/AU$195) and its purpose seemed misaligned with the …

Hands-on review: PlayStation VR

E3 2015 hands on Update: Project Morpheus is no more – well, in name. Revealed during the Tokyo Game Show, Sony is now calling the virtual reality headset PlayStation VR. The new name doesn&r…

Review: Xbox One

Introduction and design The new Xbox that emerged at launch was both traditional and under-featured, a disappointment borne of a company reeling from the negative reaction to its original vision an…

Review: PS4

Introduction UPDATE: E3 2015 is right around the corner. To prepare you for the big event we’ve rounded up a list of the best games of E3 2015. Ten million gamers can’t be wrong: The Pl…

Hands-on review: Razer OSVR Hacker Dev Kit

Razer OSVR HDK with Leap Motion faceplate Update: During GDC 2015, Razer revealed several more partnerships with various companies increasing the size of its OSVR platform. The OSVR Hacker Dev Kit …

Hands-on review: Sulon Cortex

Merging augmented and virtual reality together sounds like a dream come true, which is probably why company Sulon Technologies is so excited to show off its device. Pre-orders for the Sulon Cortex …

Hands-on review: Nvidia GRID

Requirements and game library In theory, Grid – Nvidia’s online game streaming service in the same vein as PlayStation Now – is a wonderfully benevolent service made exclusively f…

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