Nacon's Revolution Unlimited Pro special edition Call of Duty controller is an absolute joy to use, but it's a shame it's only for PS4.
If you're after a wireless headset to enhance your PC gaming setup, look no further than the brilliant ROCCAT Elo 7.1 Air.
If you've jumped on the cloud gaming bandwagon via your Android phone, you should consider picking up a GameSir X2 mobile controller.
This gaming headset reaches the parts other headsets can't reach.
If you're in the market for a new gaming mouse, you ought to consider the ROCCAT Burst Pro.
The PlayStation 5 is finally here, and thanks to its DualSense controller and brilliant launch games, it's well worth picking up. Our review.
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Is Hexgaming's Hyper joypad a PS4 joypad for the pros or just money for nothing?
We've spent some time with an Xbox Series S - but it is a worthwhile next-generation experience?
At its price point, we don't think there's a better headset than the Turtle Beach Stealth 600 Gen 2. It's a brilliant all-rounder.
The IOGEAR Kaliber Gaming HVER PRO X RGB Optical-Mechanical Keyboard has wonderfully responsive switches, but it's let down by small issues.
It's a quality headset to last you through the next generation of gaming.
But it's limited video RAM means it's not so great for games.
If you want a responsive gaming mouse with plenty of programmable buttons, you can't go wrong with the Kaliber Gaming Pro MMO Gaming Mouse.
ExtremeRate's controller kits are a great way to spruce up your joypad, but they can be a bit fiddly.
The Oculus Quest 2 improves on last year's Oculus Quest in just about every way, making it the best way to jump into VR.
Alien Isolation with 7.1 sound? What could possibly go wrong?
It's hefty and it's huge – but the Black Shark 3 Pro really is the ultimate gaming phone. At £800 it's pricy, but packs in a lot of unique features.
The GameSir F4 Falcon aims to give your mobile gaming a big boost. Can it stick the landing or does it knock itself out on a window?
The GameSir VX2 Aimswitch lets you console game a with a keyboard and mouse, but is it worth the asking price?