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Guitar hero: warriors of rock
This latest guitar shredder adds little to the franchise's proven formula.
Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions
Spidey's latest virtual outing falls short of what it could have been and relies heavily on established formula.
The sequel to ScribbleNauts ramps up the possibilities
If you like spatial puzzles then Tumble is for you
Kung fu rider
Kung Fu Rider is an attempt at using the Move controls in an innovative way, but sadly, the attempt fails dreadfully
Sports champions table tennis
Table Tennis is the one title that I could see myself playing regularly; it suits the controller so well and the game is responsive, forgiving and enjoyable
Move is finally here! richard armitt takes it for a thorough spin
Citrix virtualisation gets mobile
XenDesktop update to offer virtualisation to mobile workers in late September.
Cisco's NZ partner team takes shape
Suzanne Hansen to lead new commercial and partner marketing group as APAC expansion continues.
Compuware hosts cloud performance event
Cloud computing, virtualisation and web 2.0 under the microscope.
Acronis launches new channel resources
Free educational webinars for all channel partners to be released on a monthly basis.
What to Virtualise
The opportunity exists to virtualise anything in a small business, from the server to the desktop and storage, to the network and the applications that run over it.