Sony pledges three more years of PS4
Hints at Vita successor, too.
A tense and thrilling first-person rogue-like let down slightly by cumbersome movement.
Unveiled at Leipzig GC, Sony confirms that the PlayStation 3 will be getting free digital TV via a new PlayTV device in Spring 2008.
Mafia 2 has now been formally announced by 2K Games for PC and an unspecified next-gen console. No release date yet, but it is being made by the original design team.
The lead designer for Fallout 3 is eager to show that the new game won't be all custard pies and amusingly sized shoes.
Indie games are the future, says Joe. Prove it, says everyone else. Okay, says Joe and launches himself into a feature discussing the best independent games on the Internet and the effect of indie developers on the industry.
Ian Livingstone of Eidos reveals that the new Tomb Raider game is well into development and that he's much happier with the new developers.
Rockstar, still upset about Manhunt 2, says that games are an adult artform and that people often fail to understand this. Detail and quotes within.
EA has announced the first demo for Medal of Honor Airborne will be available towards the end of this month, check out the details inside!
Interplay has managed to reduce the massive debts it held only a few years ago and is now looking at developing a Fallout MMO.
After rooting through top secret files and conspiracies, we come back with this: an in-depth preview of the upcoming multi-format FPS, Blacksite: Area 51.
After surviving some rather severe stress tests, it seems that the PlayStation 3 is almost immune to normal over-heating issues. Well done, Sony!
A new LA Times editorial has sided with gamers in the argument over the California Game Law, calling for The Governator to back down.
Do LAN centres in the UK still work considering the mass adoption of broadband? Is playing face to face still better than behind a PC the other end of the country?
Customers aren't the only ones unhappy with the UK prices of the PS3. Retailers and publishers are now speaking out on the issue too...
In response to a lawsuit from Silicon Knights, Epic is counter-suing and alleging that Silicon Knights is using Epic code without license.
Been polishing your keyboard in preparation for John Woo’s Stranglehold later this year? Well, now you can start doing something more productive and get your PC specced up beforehand.
Take-Two announce that GTA IV has been officially delayed until the second quarter of next year on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. Check inside to find out why.
In the US, federal customs agents have raided more than 30 businesses across sixteen states in search of console mod chips.
Rockstar Games has officially sought to appeal the BBFC ban on Manhunt 2, the gory game which was the source of much controversy just a few short weeks ago.
New Zealand's boss of Sony lets slip news that the company is hoping to make a digital TV tuner available for the PlayStation 3 by 2008.
PGR4 won't fit on a DVD and the developers have had to remove day/night cycles to make room. Meanwhile, Sony boasts about how great Blu-ray is.
Crytek head honcho Cevat Yerli recently told gaming press that Crysis could see a port to consoles, though PC is still the main focus for the game.
Mark Rein, VP of Epic, reckons that DX10 won't see major adoption thanks to the thriving console market and that Crysis will be the pinnacle of gaming for years to come.
Project Offset, the upcoming FPS/RPG from Team Offset, has just had its first gameplay trailer released. It. Looks. Gorgeous. Updated!
As a follow-up to the success of Lego Star Wars, Traveller's Tales has announced Lego Indiana Jones - or should that be Lego Henry Jones Junior?
Did you enter our The Darkness competition? Well, in that case you'll want to check to see if you're one of the five winners, won't you?
Ubisoft has unveiled the début trailer for its game based on TV series Lost at this years Comic Con. Suspense! Mystery! Large amounts of people with daddy issues!