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The Computer Planet GX 760 may not be the best gaming PC on the market, but it is one of the more affordable. Here's our Computer Planet GX 760 review.
£983 inc VAT
The Computer Planet offers a healthy dose of just about everything, from multimedia, to searing gaming peripherals and well-specified drives. Read our Computer Planet…
£1,627 inc VAT
This is a good value system which delivers middle-of-the-road performance due to running at recommended speeds. Read our Computer Planet ND 3000 review to find out more.
£1,100 inc VAT
The Jak and Daxter Collection is a wonderful way to revisit an excellent series, packing in three games' worth of adventure to the portable PlayStation Vita. Here's…
£19 inc VAT
Hide and seek at the end of the world
£33 inc VAT
If you're not already committed to a text editor, and you use one, buy UltraEdit 19. Here's our UltraEdit 19 review.
£38 inc VAT
The F2000 Family PC from Computer Planet is an all-round PC that offers decent performance. It's on the expensive side for a family PC, but read our Computer Planet…
£930 inc VAT
For the modest £700 sum, this system offers good performance and features for the money. Read our Computer Planet ND 2500 review to find out more.
£700 inc VAT
The Computer Planet i7 Extrme Gaming PC is an expensive, but phenomenally fast PC, built to a very high standard. Read our Computer Planet i7 Extrme Gaming PC review…
£1,907 inc VAT
The Computer Planet Elite 2000 is a desktop PC for all-round family use, selling for £827 with its enthusiast Intel Core i5-3570K processor.
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Bright colours, busy screens, and some nice mechanics make Free Realms a great MMORPG for kids, but the intrusive upselling sours it. Read our Free Realms review to…
No words, no violence, no exposition, no on-screen interface - Journey sheds so many of videogames' traditions and yet still feels like a pure celebration of the form.
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Treasure hunter Nathan Drake's outstanding new adventure isn't just the best game in the Uncharted series -- it's a must-own, and a definite contender for Game of the…
£37 inc VAT
This downloadable bank heist sim impresses with its clever premise and varied game world, but poor matchmaking and a questionable lack of split-screen co-op hinder…
£14 inc VAT
We're all for a polished Ratchet & Clank multiplayer experience, but pesky bugs and other issues put a slight damper on this party.
£38 inc VAT
Try Easy Desktop 9 if you'd like a more word-oriented, quicker-to-recognize view of your documents, folders, and programs.
InFamous 2 is a superhero sandbox game with the unenviable task of following up a beloved title. There are some disappointing technical and design flaws, some great…
£49 inc VAT
While it's a solid racer at its core, MotorStorm Apocalypse fails to innovate the MotorStorm franchise beyond its post-apocalyptic environment.
£49 inc VAT
IDM Computer Solutions has found a good niche for itself producing feature-rich tools aimed primarily at programmers and network administrators. Powerful file and…
£30 inc VAT
Pixeljunk Shooter 2 is the only sequel to arise from Q Games' brilliant cycle of PlayStation Network releases. Does it justify the privilege?
£6 inc VAT
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