• Battlefield 4 Multi-Player Reveal

    The multi-player component for Battlefield 4 has finally been revealed – watch the video to see it for the first time!

  • Sony Wireless Keyboard for PS3

    A Bluetooth keyboard, especially made for the PlayStation 3, with specific keys for the various dual shock buttons. Use it to easily send messages and browse the internet.

  • Stupid Server Rules

    Are you a server administrator? Do you have ridiculous server rules? Expect them to be purposefully broken by those who think you’re being a touch silly.

  • Battlefield 4 – What DICE Should Be Thinking About

    Battlefield 4 is imminent. What features would we like to see? More sides? A better campaign?

  • Sony PlayStation 3 Wireless Stereo Headset

    These wireless headphones from Sony provide a virtual 7.1 surround sound, retractable microphone and USB charging. Are they worth the money or should PlayStation 3 owners be looking elsewhere?

  • BT Infinity, EA and the missing packets

    Just a few days after installation of BT Infinity I was constantly finding myself disconnected from the EA servers part way into a game. It turned out to be a problem with the BT network but their support left a lot to be desired.

  • BT Infinity 2

    I’ve now had BT Infinity 2 installed, which provides fibre-optic “to the cabinet”. Infinity 2 comes with less restrictions and double the speed compared to the standard Infinity package. How was the experience and what speeds am I now getting?

  • 4Gamers PS3 Stereo Gaming Headset CP-PRO

    The 4Gamers CP-Pro is a wired headset designed for PS3 gamers and, although made by 4Gamers, this is an officially licensed PlayStation product. In black and red it looks smart and has an inline control for volume and mute.

  • TP-LINK 5-Port Gigabit Desktop Switch

    This budget network switch from TP-LINK gives you 5 Gigabit ports for very little money. How easy is to use and is cheap still cheerful?

  • PlayStation Vita Pre-order Pack

    Those people who pre-ordered their PlayStation Vita from certain retailers would have received a special Pre-order Pack as well, as a “thank you” from Sony. Containing money off vouchers, assorted free software and a metallic blue set of Sony earphones, was it worth getting?