The completely new cockpit art is just one of the many fantastic additions you get in LucasArts' super space-combat simulation TIE Fighter CD-ROM Collectors' Edition.

After receiving the highest rating ever given by PC Gamer and earning 1994 PC Gamer Awards for Best Action Game and Best Achievement in Musical Score, you'd think we would run out of good things to say about TIE Fighter. Not so. This is simply one of the best space-combat simulations ever created. While we loved fighting for the rebels in LucasArts' first Star Wars simulation - X-Wing - the lure of the Dark Side proved too strong,

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Video footage like this adds realism and excitement to the battle at Ardennes.

With Battleground: Ardennes, Talon Soft has shown what Windows can do for a war simulation. Incorporating live footage of the weapons and vehicles used in World War Two, this is a game of magnificent proportion and realism.

You can choose to play either as Axis or Allies. When you start the demo, you’ll be presented with a box that will let you choose which side is played which way. You can choose from Manual, Semi-Automatic, Automatic, and Automatic Field Of View. Manual will allow you to control all movement and

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In recent years, we have seen the explosion of many video games but perhaps none more so than Minecraft. Not only are kids having fun building crazy castles and playing with friends, many teens and adults are also seeing the benefit of the game. When we talk about video games, there is often a negative perception and judgment that comes instantly but we have some key reasons why we think this shouldn’t be the case with Minecraft.

If you haven't yet seen or even heard of it, Minecraft is a world created purely from blocks. Wherever you look, you will see blocks whether it is the floor, the

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Call me strange if you like, but I used to think that if you cleared enough levels of Donkey Kong you actually got to meet the Donkey. Sixteen years and three-thousand-pounds-worth of 10p's later, I realize there is no donkey, and quite frankly I feel cheated.

But, considering the game’s popularity, perhaps I wasn’t the only one expecting more from it. Donkey Kong has probably done more for Nintendo than Mario and his whole dysfunctional family put together. In 1981, Shigeru Miyamoto's classic coin-op took the industry by storm. To many the game remains the definitive platformer, frustratingly

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