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Software | 13th November 2014
The latest iteration of the wildly successful Assassin's Creed franchise forms part of nVidia's "free game" promotion. We take a look.
Software | 2nd December 2013
We put the R9 270X 280X 290 290X and the GTX770 GTX780 & GTX780 Ti head to head in BF4 to see what all the fuss has been about.
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Mike Reilly | 14th January 2007
The updated Xbox 360, with HDMI and many more upgrades, is expected to be released later this year. Read on for more...
Matthew Fogg | 10th January 2007
Independent game developer, NetDevil, has announced that it is working on a revolutionary new title called Warmonger: Operation Downtown Destruction, built around the PhysX engine.
Mike Reilly | 9th January 2007
Wii (hehe) asked, Nyko answers. Find pics and more information inside...
Software | 20th October 2010
Lavalys Everest has got a new, and yet old, name. We take a look at AIDA64.
Software | 18th December 2009
OC3D gets a sneak preview of Capcoms upcoming Dark Void
Software | 6th October 2009
Lavalys have updated their popular hardware analysis software Everest. We see what's new inside.
Software | 6th November 2008
In conjunction with the release of the XFX GTX260 Black Edition we get to sample Far Cry 2 and give you the lowdown if its a worthy successor to the original.
Software | 30th July 2008
Overclock3D checks out Immortal Gaming's service with a store review
Matthew Fogg | 8th January 2007
It appears that Wolfenstein may appear again. Read on to find out more...
Matthew Fogg | 3rd January 2007
Here's a "Top 7 Most Anticipated Games of 2007" list that's sure to spark some debate. Read on to find out more...
Matthew Fogg | 2nd January 2007
GAMES NEWS has trickled out over Christmas, with the industry focused on sales rather than product launches and important news releases. A few interesting hacks have emerged; read on to find out more...
Matthew Fogg | 28th December 2006
Wanting some more eye candy from one of the most anticipated games of 2007? Read on to find out more...
Matthew Fogg | 22nd December 2006
The latest version of the Army's own FPS, America's Army, is out, bringing with it a tool to make your maps and missions.