E3 2018 Roundup
Oh god, so many games.
Rumours are flying that Gran Turismo 5 will feature a track editor when it is eventually released.
Deus Ex designer Warren Spector once tried to buy the rights to his own game.
Bioware's fantasy RPG epic is finally here and we can at last tell you what we think of it. Is Dragon Age really the spiritual successor to Baldur's Gate or is it just a mess of console concessions in a world that isn't quite D&D? Check out our Dragon Age review to find out!
Valve has revealed a new award system for the Xbox 360 that lets players unlock Avatar customisation options through the game.
We've been playing the Left 4 Dead 2 demo lately. A lot. Now, we've collected some thoughts together on how well the melee system is introduced to the game and how advisable it is to fight zombies while also getting a suntan.
Turn 10 is back with the latest instalment of Forza Motorsport. Forza 3 promises to build on Forza 2's great strides forwards and the result is one of the most well rounded driving games we've played to date.
Torchlight - an action RPG that borrows heavily from Diablo 2 and isn't afraid to admit it. We take a look at this dungeon-crawling epic to see whether borrowing those mechanics is still a good idea in this day and age, or whether Torchlight should be left in the dark.
Nintendo has admitted that Wii sales have stalled a bit due to lack of strong software support.
Don Ivan Punchatz, the artist behind the artwork on the original Doom box, has died of cardiac arrest.
Nintendo has unveiled a new type of DS, the DSi XL, which is bigger than all previous models.
Blizzard has released a new tool for World of Warcraft that lets you change your character race. For a fee.
With the city sim genre quieter than a library on a friday night Monte Cristo games looks to rebuild with Cities XL. Taking the ever popular city sim formula and adding in a gorgeous 3D engine and consistent online aspect, does Cities XL represent a fresh start? We find out.
The first release of Android 2.0's SDK - codenamed 'Eclair' - has hit the 'net, and there's some interesting new features for developers to play with.
Relic responds to the online backlash against Space Marine being a console-exclusive, and hints that a PC version could be on the cards.
Alienware has introduced its new chassis design with the M17x - it's all choppy angles and aluminium outer shell. The result is one of the most attractive gaming laptops we've seen yet. With a powerful dual-core CPU and GeForce GTX 260M graphics, is this the best gaming laptop ever?
Futuremark has finally dated the release of low-gravity shooter Shattered Horizon, as well as confirmed DLC for the title.
Infinity Ward has confirmed a third person view option in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare.
Microsoft has officially launched a new Sky Player for the Xbox 360.
iPhone developer Smells Like Donkey has complained about rampant piracy on the platform.
Analysts predict that falling interest in music games is set to continue, affecting Activision's new DJ Hero game.
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!
Metro 2033, 4A Games' new game, has been picked up by THQ.
Activision has finally released the official PC requirements for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2.
Valve has had a trailer for Left 4 Dead 2 leaked, as well as being refused a ratings appeal in Australia.