EA promises no season pass, lootboxes for Battlefield V
Heads back to WW2, too.
Heads back to WW2, too.
Picks up Israel-based subsidiary.
The Great Games Experiment, a community for gamers and geeks, is giving away free games this week.
Nintendo announce a new input attachment for the DS, dubbed the 'slide controller'.
Peter Edwards, executive producer for Home on the PS3, lets the world know that Home will be just like the real world.
After a thirty-seven day countdown, Bethesda has released the first Fallout 3 trailer and it's moody as hell.
COMPUTEX 2007: With AMD's RD790 chipset closer than you think, Gigabyte (among others) expects it to launch soon with quad CrossFire not far behind.
COMPUTEX 2007: In a sort of lovechild between Lian Li and Cooler Master, Foxconn makes a concept case to die for. Well, maybe not fatally injured for.
Have you wanted a full-functionality web-server, media host, bit-torrent client and NAS box, all fully remote-controlled? Want to build it out of spare parts? Well then...
A homebrew version of Hexen II pops on the PSP, bringing classic Raven gaming to Sony's handheld. Meanwhile, Sony make an interesting admission.
Yesterday marked twenty years since Leisure Suit Larry burst on to the computers of pubescent boys everywhere. Boy, how time flies.
The Transformers movie isn't out yet and it's already spawning tie-ins products, like this cool looking handheld.
We get a chance to have a talk with Robert Krakoff, a.k.a RazerGuy, the man responsible for some of the best gaming equipment on the market and ask him about where the PC gaming world is heading.
Details about who will be making the Spy Hunter movie, which has suffered numerous delays, begin to surface.
SNK has announced it is officially stopping support for its consoles.
The Logitech G11 is the little brother to the awesome G15 keyboard. But as Spider-Man knows, with reduced cost comes reduced performability - or will the G11 be the keyboard to break that rule? Find out within.
The Fragpedal concept sounds cool - buttons for your feet - but whether it will be able to prove itself in our eyes is the real test, so let's see how it measures up.
ATI Catalyst gives a much needed performance improvement in OpenGL and also includes Catalyst Control Center: Linux Edition Version 1.0.
Joe Martin has a think about the culture of smack-talk and it's place in gaming as whole, complete with embarrassing stories from his past.
GDI opens regisitration for the Beta phase of AWOMO, its new digital delivery system for games.
Lego has made a massive comeback with computer games lately and is topping this success off with details of the new Lego MMO.
Blizzard is eager that you don't get your hopes up about the recently announced Starcraft II, which won't see a release this year at all.
nDreams announces Venus Redemption, an episodic game that's aimed exclusively at women aged thirty and over. Curious.
Capcom makes a move to trademark a possible Lost Planet follow-up, lending weight to rumours of a sequel.
Atari is auctioning off some of its oldest stuff via Sotheby's auction house, from original concept art for Dig Dug to draft manuals.
The new remake from Eidos, Tomb Raider: Anniversary, will see a release on Steam come June 1st.
American Mcgee reveals a handful of tidbits about his self-titled, episodic endeavour; American Mcgee's Grimm
Gaming headsets used to be a frivolous thing that people would laugh at you for wearing, but now they are an almost essential part of a game experience. Join us as we take out the Creative Fatal1ty headset and pit them against the Sennheiser PC 161.