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Codemasters invites us to get dirty, again
With Dirt 4, Codemasters have put the pedal to the metal to bring us the most accessible Dirt game yet…unless you want to play in VR.
Does Bethesda’s Prey reboot deliver?
Bethesda taps Dishonored’s Arkane Studios to reboot the 2006 video game, Prey. But is is any good?
Return to Vvardenfell in The Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind
Bethesda and Zenimax Online invite players to return to the island of Vvardenfell in The Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind.
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080Ti - evolution or revolution?
NVIDIA continue to push the power of their Pascal-based GPU’s with the GeForce GTX 1080Ti.
To boldly go with Star Trek: Bridge Crew
FutureFive's Darren Price gets ready to warp into virtual reality with Ubisoft’s Star Trek: Bridge Crew.
Make it rain in VR with Symphony of the Machine
Australian outfit Stirfire Studios invite VR gamers on journey of music, puzzles and weather manipulation.
Non-VR players get un-Tethered!
Previously only available for both PlayStation VR and Rift/Vive PC players, the game is now available for non-VR players.
Hands-on review: D-Link Omna 180 Cam HD (DSH-C310)
Looking like the love-child of a fancy air freshener and HAL 9000 from 2001, you can help but admire D-Link’s new Apple HomeKit camera, the Omna.
Esports: the future of spectator sport?
On the weekend of 6th and 7th May, Qudos Arena in Sydney’s Olympic Park, site of the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games, hosted a very different type of sport.
Intel brings world-class eSports to Australasia
The Brazilian line-up of German-based eSports team SK Gaming claimed the crown at the Intel Extreme Masters championship final over the weekend
Alienware 15 allows virtual reality on the go
FutureFive's Darren Price tests an Alienware 15 R3 laptop running an HTC Vive VR setup.
EA Games’ sci-fi epic continues with Mass Effect: Andromeda
EA Games and Bioware invite us, once again, into the universe of their grand space opera.
Epson business inkjet grabs pole position
Last week, Melbourne’s provocatively named Smart Artz Gallery played host to the launch of Epson’s WorkForce Enterprise WF-C20590 inkjet printer.
Lexar JumpDrives get tough
Lexar have launched their range of JumpDrive Tough USB flash drives, providing a fast, safe and robust storage solution for the more adventurous user.
Protect your iPhone with EFM's D3O smart material technology
Not all phone cases are equal, at least that’s what EFM set out to demonstrate to NetGuide with the arrival of a rather strange selection of props.
A return to form for Resident Evil VII Biohazard
Netguide's Darren Price checks out the latest terrifying game in the Resident Evil series, Resident Evil VII Biohazard.
Civilization VI reaches new heights
NetGuide's Darren Price checks out the latest entry in the revered Civilization series.
More DLC for Dark Souls III
Bandai Namco are giving gamers another helping of DLC for their popular, if unforgiving, Dark Souls III.
Not so Final Fantasy: Final Fantasy XV
The revered JRPG series finally gets its log-awaited fifteenth instalment, Final Fantasy XV.
White knuckle fun with Planet Coaster
Planet Coaster, from the same guys that did Rollercoaster Tycoon 2 and 3, is an absolute cracker.
Is Bethesda’s Dishonored 2 a worthy successor?
We to return to the bizarre steampunk world of Dishonored for more stealth, assassinations and slaughtered whales.
You’ve got the whole world in your hands: Google Earth VR review
Netguide's VR fanatic, Darren Price takes an around the world trip with Google Earth VR.
Heavy metal action with Titanfall 2
Netguide's Darren Price checks out EA Games' Titanfall 2
Hitman season one draws to a close
The latest Hitman game's episodic first season draws to a close with the release of the Japan-set sixth episode, Situs Inversus.