Oculus VR launches Oculus Start developer programme
Freebies for smaller developers.
Freebies for smaller developers.
Including a cardboard mecha-suit.
Rick makes another round of entirely serious predictions for the coming year.
The boss rush game comes to Nintendo's Switch. Is it any good?
Disgruntled factory workers in France are apparently holding the president of Sony France hostage in response to redundancies.
The TIGA trade body has warned the UK government that unless tax breaks are applied to the games industry then more than 1700 jobs will be lost.
Crytek has today announced it is ready to unveil a brand new engine, this time optimised for consoles as well as PC.
Nintendo has raised the trade price of the Wii in the UK due to the continued depreciation of the Pound Sterling.
AMD announces that it's shipped the 50 millionth Hollywood GPU for the Wii, stating that it's the most successful AMD game console GPU to date.
BioShock 2 details have begin to emerge, including confirmation of Big Sisters and the return to Rapture.
The British Academy has finally revealed this years BAFTA award winning games.
id Software's Todd Hollenshead has confirmed that Rage will not be released this year, for definite.
Sony has voiced concerns over a new advertising campaign that attribute poor health to videogames.
CodeWeavers reveals that it will soon be ready to offer DirectX 10 support on both Linux and Mac OS with its CrossOver Games package.
We've been hands on with pretty much every version of Tom Clancy's HAWX lately and now we're finally able to debrief you. Is the PC version of Tom Clancy's HAWX a high-flier, or does it struggle to get anywhere above sea level? Find out our thoughts in our hands-on preview.
Swedish developer SimBin is headed by an ex-racing driver and is known for its hardcore PC driving simulators such as GTR 2. It's now released Race Pro, an Xbox 360 only driving game. Can it successfully bring the challenge and realism of a sim to the console?
Microsoft has confirmed that it will soon make the New Xbox Experience a requirement for all Xbox 360 users.
Sega has confirmed that it's upcoming RTS for PC and consoles, Stormrise, will be a Vista exclusive on PCs.
NPCs have progressed from simple rule-based sprites to human-like figures that appear to think for themselves. We look at how the developers of F.E.A.R. 2, Dawn of War 2, Fallout 3 and Crysis achieve the illusion of intelligence for the characters in their games.
According to GamersGate CEO Theodore Bergquist digital games distribution could soon totally eclipse the retail market.
Developer GSC has released an early version of STALKER: Shadow of Chernobyl for fans of the series.
A new survey by TIGA has found that gamer programmers are very hard to find and that most game developers think the industry needs tax incentives.
The first 50 Cent game was apparently and regrettably successful enough for them to make a sequel that's even more obscene and violent. Is there actually a good game hiding beneath the surface though? We grab our bling and see if 50 Cent is worth the money.
Sony has said that it is still somewhat shocked by Rockstar's choice to take GTA to the DS, though it still wants more GTA games on the PSP.
The developers of the original Operation Flashpoint are bitter that its reputation is being traded in to sell more copies of the sequel.
It's been revealed that publisher-in-trouble Midway may be trying to get rid of the Mortal Kombat franchise in an effort to stay afloat.
X-Blades is a third-person hack ‘n’ slash from Topware Interactive which follows the exploits of thong-clad heroine Ayumi. Battling your way through scores of demons in long-forgotten temples has never been done in so little attire.
Intel must be chuffed, as its physics company, Havok, provided the physics in ten out of the 27 games nominated for a BAFTA.
The latest instalment of Konami's fog-shrouded survival horror series arrives on the PC. You play Alex, a veteran who returns home to find himself promptly strapped to a trolley in an unpleasant hospital. Once you escape, things take a turn for the worse...
Microsoft has confirmed that it has signed a deal with Universal Studios to bring a wealth of new downloadable movies to the Xbox 360.