Tomb Raider remasters announced, immediately cancelled
Crystal Dynamics not impressed.
Crystal Dynamics not impressed.
Will hit the UK by the end of the year.
Zombie Cow's Dan Marshall has said that all games journalists should dabble in development.
The remaining non-PC Oddworld games are now being ported to PC, says original developer Oddworld Inhabitants.
Cryptic Studios has claimed that Star Trek Online is being held up because Sony and Microsoft don't understand MMOs.
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.
It's lewd, crude and starring Eliza Dushku! We take a look at Wet, the grindhouse-themed shooter from Bethesda about a girl with a pair of big ol' guns and a penchant for jumping over things while shooting at baddies with samurai swords. Check out our thoughts within!
React Games has announced it will be bringing the Archon series back to PCs after 26 years.
Garry of Garry's Mod has dismissed claims that Valve is exploiting smaller developers.
We take a look at Ubisoft's second entry in the Assassin's Creed series, which updates the game to Renaissance Italy and introduces a new main character. Meet Ezio, an assassin with revenge on his mind, a knife in his hand and, um, wings on his back? We'll explain within...
Gearbox boss Randy Pitchford has voiced concern about Valve having too much power in the PC market.
Bioware has announced a pack of free downloadable content for Dragon Age: Origins as an anti-pirate method.
Garry, of Garry's Mod, has revealed a portion of the sales information for his game and offered a rare insight at how successful Steam is.
Another month and another set of hardware recommendations fresh from our labs. Has the Radeon HD 5870 scored a solid place and what about the latest motherboards and hard drives? Take a look to find out!
EA's Jack the Ripper game is still unconfirmed, but that hasn't stopped the details flowing.
Infinity Ward has claimed it had to fight long and hard to convince Activision Modern Warfare was a good idea.
Independent retailers such as Chips have said that the PSPgo will fail miserably.
With Bohemia no longer at the helm, can Codemasters still deliver a multiplatform mil-sim that will keep PC gamers happy, or is Operation Flashpoint: Dragon Rising worthy of little more than a court martial and a firing squad? We ask; War, eh? What's it good for?
Ubisoft has announced that it has wholly bought out Nadeo, developers of the Trackmania games.
Warren Spector has finally unveiled Epic Mickey, the project he's been working on with Disney.
Modern Warfare 2 may have been delayed by up to two weeks on the PC.
Independent game retailers in the UK have started to complain about supermarket prices.
Stardock boss Brad Wardell has slammed Microsoft's GFWL system.
We take a rare look at the Nintendo DS to try to crack the latest Layton game - a series of riddle-based adventure games that are worthy of even the most hardcore gamers. Can Pandora's Box match the enormous success of The Curious Village? We set out to find the answer!
We take a look at the latest build of Splinter Cell: Conviction, which has finally re-emerged from development hell with a new, non-hobo look and a darkly cinematic feel. Is the new direction for the series a good thing, or did we prefer what we saw of homeless Fisher? Find out within.