Battle of E3 Momentum's with the Japanese giant and by focusing on Morpheus, not the HD remasters, it could widen the gap.
Looking to hit the more budget-oriented end of the headset market comes the rainbow-centric RAW Prism.
PlayStation Gamer Big names have left the project and Sony needs to acknowledge that these losses will have a wider impact.
PlayStation Gamer If you think role playing is always a geeky grind, sports sims will make you think again.
PlayStation Gamer A zombie-filled MMO for the PS4, H1Z1 is the latest DayZ-a-like and it looks awesome.
PlayStation Gamer As Sony's first party racer goes 'back to the drawing board', can traditional racing games survive?
PlayStation Gamer The PlayStation 4 is lacking big budget titles, so get stuck into some impeccable indie games instead.
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PlayStation Gamer Gamers who pre-ordered Watch Dogs on the strength of early trailers have a right to feel swindled.
Mini Review This i60 wireless media headset is the flagship in a new range that attempts to branch out into broader multimedia use.
Mini review The PX4 gaming headset for PlayStation 4, Xbox One (plus PS3, 360, PC and Mac) look and sound great.
In Depth We load a system up with memory to see if it improves the performance, reliability and longevity of our solid state storage.
MINI REVIEW The Force K7 looks like a gaming keyboard, but can this spartan offering from Gigabyte really be considered a gaming peripheral?
MINI REVIEW Corsair's entry-level mechanical board might lose some functionality by dropping the numpad, but it gains more than just novelty value in the process.
MINI REVIEW Slotting in just below the M60 in Corsair's gaming mouse range, the Raptor M40 is the result of a merger between the California-based peripherals giant and German manufacturer Raptor.
Razer's budget Electra offering tests the definition of what is a gaming headset, and (spoiler) not in a good way.
The first CM Storm Scout was a dependable, surprisingly roomy case that didn't take up much space - all for under £100.
We can't fault the excellent 5.1 sound, but the Pro+'s fussy setup and disappointing ergonomics prove to be its downfall.
Its price tag might seem steep, but this mighty 8GB kit pays for itself by delivering a whopping performance boost.