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The Microsoft Kinect for Xbox 360 banishes the controller, but at the expense of precision. Updated 4 November 2010
£129 inc VAT
Everlast's Stepper accessory for the Nintendo Wii fits under your Balance Board and raises it by 3in, creating a more demanding aerobic workout.
£19 inc VAT
Everlast's 1kg Wii Weights turn the Wiimote and Nunchuck into dumbbells.
£19 inc VAT
The Sony PSP Go sports the design the portable PlayStation should've had the first time around.
£153 inc VAT
With the Nintendo DSi, Nintendo has added some smart nips and tucks to its already svelte handheld games console, while adding a raft of useful multimedia features.
£149 inc VAT
The Nvidia Shield is an Android gaming device to which you can stream PC games. We take a look at Nvidia Shield reviews from around the web to see whether the Nvidia…
£197 inc VAT
We compare the brand new PlayStation 4 with its predecessor, the still available PlayStation 3. Do you need the PS4, or can you save money and pick up the PS3?
£120 inc VAT
We've taken a look at the Sony PlayStation TV micro-console streaming box which will launch later this year. Read our Sony PlayStation TV hands-on review.
£84 inc VAT
Microsoft and Sony have produced two cracking consoles. While the PS4 wins on raw processing horsepower, the Xbox One has strong entertainment features and – for now…
£349 inc VAT
The Xbox One is a stunning piece of engineering, a top-notch games console and home entertainment device. But don't write off the Xbox 360: it remains a good - now…
£429 inc VAT