The Ultimate Game Machine competition in Games for Windows Magazine (formerly Computer Gaming World) is brutal. Every maker of high-end gaming PCs submits their very best, cost be damned. They push everything to the limit, use the very best parts, and really work their butts off to show what the company can do. There are always several great PCs, each worthy of praise and your hard-earned dollars, but there can only be one winner. This year, that winner goes to VoodooPC's Omen, a black monolith of stylish power that managed to edge out even the most impressive competitors.
Thursday, November 16, 2006