Apple adds odds to loot box purchases
No more gambling blind.
Fans raise conflict of interest concerns.
Promises more to come from ol' baldy.
Apple has launched the iPad tablet, just like everyone expected.
This morning, Metro, the UK's third largest newspaper ran a front page story with a headline clearly blaming gaming for a rise in a serious disease. We take a look at this wild claim, and what it has to say about the ways in which research and gaming are reported by the mainstream media.
Rockstar, the developer behind Red Dead Redemption and the GTA series, has responded to claims of poor working conditions.
We take a look at twelve of the best iPhone games to have come out lately, including the new Grand Theft Auto, a rather depressing new art game about the futility of living and an unusual platform game from the developers of Thief.
EA has responded to criticisms made by an ex-executive.
Apples's AppStore has passed more than 3 billion downloads, with Jobs confident that nobody will manage to catch up.
Pull up a chair in front of the fire because it's storytime here at bit-tech as we look back on our personal favourite moments of 2009. From Mark's discovery of Samorost to Antony's pilgrimage back to Battlefield 2, check out our tales and tell us yours in the forums.
iPhone developer Tapulous has revealed that it makes around $1 million a month.
Epic has shown that the Unreal Engine 3 can be streamlined to even run on an iPhone.
It's that time of year when we take a look back on 2009 and decide what the best games of were. And by 'we' we actually mean 'you', since the results were entirely user-voted this year. What did bit-tech and Custom PC readers think was the best game this year?
The UK government has explained the recently rejected tax break proposal for the games industry.
Play.com, one of the UK's largest online games retailers, is planning to launch a game download service.
Voting is now closed on the Game of the Year competition, so check to see if you won anything!
The UK's leading games retailer is to start selling music in 200 stores across the UK.
Labour MP Tom Watson has claimed the BBC should do what it can to support the indie scene in the UK.
We love to obsess over whether PC gaming is dying, but now it's time to look at the other side and examine if console gaming is really as secure as publishers would have us believe. With casual gaming and the credit crunch on the rise, what does the future hold?
What was your game of the year? Modern Warfare 2? Assassin's Creed 2? Machinarium? We want to know, so check out our shortlist, relive the memories and then let us know by way of a vote. This year we even have a handful of prizes to give away to voters!
The UK government is expected to reject requests for tax breaks for the games industry.
Retail chain GAME has admitted to suffering a notable sales slump in the run up to Christmas this year.
We take a look at some of the latest iPhone and iPod Touch games, including Call of Duty: Zombies, Ravensword, Rock Band, Eliminate Pro and loads more. There's something for everyone, from 3D RPGs to casual platformers, so read on to find out more.
Activision has brought a fully 3D version of Call of Duty: World at War's Zombie mode to the iPhone.
id Software's John Carmack has said that Rage may not support dedicated servers either.
EA has released an updated version of Command & Conquer: Red Alert for the iPhone.
iPhone developer Smells Like Donkey has complained about rampant piracy on the platform.
Amanita Design comes out with another cracking Flash game to prove that the point and click adventure genre isn't yet dead. The scenes are exquisite, the sound is fantastic and it set your mouse clicking and your mouth smiling.
We catch up with the AppStore to check out some of the latest and greatest games available for the iPhone. This time we take a look at Duke Nukem, The Secret of Monkey Island, Hook Champ and more! Check out what we think the best iPhone games are within!