Military Operations benchmark hits Steam
OpenCL-powered WWII sim.
Prey: Mooncrash is an interesting if rather confused experiment in immersive sim design.
The spiritual successor to Descent is a fantastic shooter in its own right.
A former Rockstar dev has claimed that working conditions across all of Rockstar are poor and that Max Payne 3 is likely to be delayed.
HanbitSoft has announced plans to bring failed RPG Hellgate: London back to the US and Europe.
EA has responded to criticisms made by an ex-executive.
Dell has released concept renderings of an all-in-one PC it dubs the 'Froot,' which dispenses entirely with a keyboard or monitor - favouring a pair of projectors instead.
Inspired by the likes of Jet Set Willy, but incorporating all the flair and wit that the modern indie community can muster, Distractionware's VVVVVV is an intelligent platformer that will flip your expectations on their head. Joe delves in to see if that's a good thing or just a way to bruise your brain.
The WGA has announced the nominees for the best written computer game of 2009.
Sega has confirmed a February 26th release date for the latest Total War game.
Ubisoft has delayed three of the biggest releases in the 2010 calendar, pushing them all back to a possible 2011 release date.
An ex-EA executive has called the publisher out for planning a move to a digital model.
EA and Bioware have confirmed that they are planning a Spring 2011 release for the new Star Wars MMO.
Games retailer The GAME Group has revealed that boxed game sales fell 18 percent over the Christmas period.
The spouses of some developers at Rockstar have complained about the working conditions at the studio.
This month we've got Intel's new CPUs and other nifty bits of hardware weighing in from CES. Has it made a change to our recommendations? Read on to find out!
Rumours are spinning that Modern Warfare 3 may not be developed by Infinity Ward or Treyarch.
Valve has posted the results of the December 2009 hardware survey.
Duke Nukem voice actor Jon St. John has indicated Duke Nukem Forever may still be in the works.
We sit down for an in-depth talk with AMD's Worldwide Developer Relations Manager, Richard Huddy, to talk about AMD's relationship with PC game developers, and we probe his thoughts on DirectX 11, consolification and more.
We take a look at a few of the games we're most excited about this year, from the little-known Metro 2033 through to the last instalment in Command & Conquer's Tiberium Saga. With 2010 promising to be an excellent year for gamers, what are the titles we're most interested in?
The 2010 finalists in the IGF competition have been revealed.
Bioware has delayed the Return to Ostagar expansion for Dragon Age: Origins just one day before release.
Achron, the time-travelling RTS from Hazardous Software, is now available for preorder.
Electronic Arts has announced it is shutting down a bunch of old game servers for unpopular titles.
Disappointed with the performance of Western developers, Capcom will be developing all new games in Japan.
Valve has released a new map builder for Left 4 Dead 2.
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.
We know what the best bits of 2009 are, so what were the lowest points of the year? We take a look back over the last twelve months and examine what the biggest failures were, from Intel's cancellation of Larrabee to Microsoft's Games for Windows Live relaunch.