Apple adds odds to loot box purchases
No more gambling blind.
Fans raise conflict of interest concerns.
Promises more to come from ol' baldy.
2D Boy has launched a new sale for World of Goo, as well as announced an iPhone version.
From Tale of Tales, the makers of The Path, comes a new arthouse game, Fatale. Exploring the biblical figure of Salome, who performed an erotic dance for Herod in return for John The Baptist's head as payment, Fatale definitely has a unique premise. We take a ponder.
React Games has announced it will be bringing the Archon series back to PCs after 26 years.
EA's Jack the Ripper game is still unconfirmed, but that hasn't stopped the details flowing.
Feral Interactive has announced it will be porting BioShock 1 to Macs soon.
Apple has finally approved the awaited Commodore 64 emulator for the iPhone.
A legal loophole has emerged which exempts games stores from prosecution for selling adult games to children.
GC 09: Sony has unveiled the PlayStation equivalent of the Apple AppStore, dubbed Minis.
id Software has pledged continuing support for the iPhone, promising a new game every other month.
Mounting criticism of Apple's opaque policies for what's allowed - and what's not - in its iPhone App Store draws a personal response from Phil Schiller, Apple's Senior Vice President.
EA has finally released Wolfenstein RPG for the iPhone, complete with new graphics and modes.
3D Realms has released a version of PC classic Duke Nukem 3D for the iPhone.
2K Games has released an iPhone version of Civilization Revolution today.
We take a look at the Free Play from Ultimate Game Chair, which attempts to make gaming better than ever but without breaking the bank. Has cutting the cost resulted in a dip in quality though, or is the Free Play really the ultimate gaming chair? We find out.
Games licensed from films get a bad rap and it's mostly well deserved, but there are some games which actually do a lot to expand on a movie without spoiling a franchise. No, we're not just talking about GoldenEye 64 either - check out all these other ones we've thought of!
Ex-Sony Boss Chris Deering says that games should get more expensive in the future.
A number of indie developers have said that the PSPgo will struggle to take off in the indie community due to the cost of the dev kit - even after a 80 percent price cut.
We pay another visit to Apple's app store. This time we look at indie puzzlers like Eliss, retro classics like Sonic and the iPhone's first proper RPG, Zenonia. Oh, and there's a game about a bear driving a car too, which we suggest everyone take a look at.
Resident Evil 4 is now coming to the iPhone it seems, after having first appeared and then being pulled from the App Store.
IGN has discovered that slightly updated port of Duke Nukem 3D will be coming to the iPhone in the near future.
Zenimax Media, the parent company of Bethesda, has bought out id Software and brought the Doom and Fallout franchises under one roof.
Steve Jobs is back at work according to a brief statement from Apple that confirms his return from medical leave in January.
US retail chain GameStop has claimed that digital distribution is not a major threat to bricks and mortar games stores.
An officially licensed Commodore 64 emulator has been rejected from Apple's iPhone store, despite having early signs of approval.
Lucasarts has finally got around to remaking the classic adventure games it is so well known for, with more on the way.
John Carmack is working on bringing Doom 3 to the iPhone, after a meeting with Apple about how to improve the iPhone for gaming.