So it wants you to take the its Heritage Games Survey and let it know which of the classics needs reviving.
And every Xbox One gamer will get even more games as all Games with Gold titles will be backwards compatible at release.
While the likes of the Mad Catz STRIKE 7 keyboard are a bit of a guilty pleasure for this here reviewer, I am infinitely more pleased by simpler, more effective keyboard design.
The last few months have left me with a rather positive feeling towards AMD. Can this continue with the upgraded AMD FX-4300?
The original FX-6200 impressed us recently with its combination of bargain price, impressive multi-threading performance and serious overclocking chops too. Can the FX-6300 repeat the same trick?
Can this expensive collaboration between Thermaltake and BMW-owned DesignworksUSA justify its high price tag?
AMD have updated the Piledriver specification to offer some more bang for your buck. Can it go toe-to-toe with Intel this time round?
The sub-£200 graphics market is where the bulk of most PC gamers' cards come from. And the new Gigabyte Radeon HD 7850 OC just manages to sneak in under that all-important price.
The wee AMD HD 7850 is going to face some stiff competition in this crowded price point, can it hold it's own against the crowd?
AMD claims this is the card for gamers wanting to hit the highest graphics settings without having to spend £300 on a GPU. Is it?
AMD is really putting the pressure on Nvidia now with its second release of the new AMD HD 7000 graphics card generation, the AMD Radeon HD 7950.
CyberPower has dropped the lower-end Sandy Bridge E chip, the Core i7 3930K, into this machine and paired it up with the best single-GPU card currently available, the Nvidia GTX 580.
It's almost the same speed as a true GTX 570 and comes in cheaper. It's not quite as well designed a card as the Asus offering, but in price positioning it just makes a lot more sense.
What motherboard would be perfect for the mini PC revolution? Quite possibly this AMD A75-based mini ITX board from Zotac
Intel predicts the increased demand for what it calls the 'compute continuum' will result in a mind blowing 1,200 quintillion transistors in the world by the year 2015.
When is a seven-inch tablet not a tablet? When it's strangely labelled a smartphone, like ViewSonic's ViewPad 7.