Need For Speed: Payback
EA’s latest racer is all about raw power and Vegas-style glitz… but its flawed gameplay might leave you wishing you’d taken the bus
Leave it to the Pro
It may lack the Xbox One S’s 4K Blu-ray drive, but does the sheer power of the PlayStation 4 Pro make it a must-buy for the console gamer who wants the best?
The Most Powerful 4K Camera Ever
Google Vs Apple
Google Pixel Xl Vs Apple Iphone 7 Plus.
In case you’re looking to Santa Claus to fund a TV upgrade, these five sets were born to do the festive specials and Boxing Day footie justice in 4K
All hail the interstellar sequel that will eat up your social life quicker than any black hole
Beta Yourself Amazon Kindle
They may be pretty basic devices, but that doesn’t mean Kindles don’t have a few tricks up their slender sleeves – Rob Leedham reveals how to squeeze more from your e-reader
Electric Black Cabs
Electric Black Cabs
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim
The new Switch version of this classic fantasy adventure allows you to slay some dragons on the train to work – but does it work in the portable format?
Super Mario Odyssey
Nintendo pulls a classic out of the hat with a Mario adventure that stomps on other 3D platformers
Assassin's Creed Origins
An Egyptian break is just what Ubisoft’s much-loved stealth franchise needed
The Evil Within 2
Watch the world go to hell in a hive-mind as classic horror tropes go off the linear rails
EA Sports’ all-conquering soccer simulator is very much a game of two halves
Solar Roof Tiles
Nice house. Kevin McCloud would surely approve. We’re not so sure. He’d probably prefer sweeping organic lines and windows made of soil, but we’ll never know because he isn’t returning our calls. Anyway, the house isn’t what’s important here. Well, at least, not all of it. Maybe… around 15% of the house. The bit at the top. Yes, the roof is what’s got our gadget-loving senses feeling all tingly – and not just because it was introduced to the world by none other than Elon ‘Tony Stark’ Musk himself.
Old Year's Resolution
Nintendo’s miniaturised version of what passed for hi-res gaming in 1986 is a proper cutey – but does it have the playability to back up its retro charm?
Apple Reinvents The Laptop With… A Strip Of Emojis?
The MacBook Pro has been a favourite of designers and, well, pros for years, but Apple’s latest laptop has caused a bit of a stir.
The Swiss Army Knife Of Laptops Is Up For Anything
Say what you like about Microsoft – it certainly is trying.