3D Realms seeks play-testers for new Build Engine title
First since 1999.
NES and SNES carts hit this December.
Major upgrade over the original Gamebuino.
Reports suggest a Pi-like Arm board inside.
Good Old Games has announced that it will be relaunching after its recent closure.
Chris talks to GOG.com about chasing game rights and the struggle to sell DRM-free titles.
Good Old Games, or GOG.com, has shut up shop in a surprise announcement. UPDATED!
Activision has revealed that the new GoldenEye game for the Wii has regenerating health.
British supermarket Tesco has revealed that it is to start dealing in pre-owned videogames.
Warren Spector has criticised the games industry for emulating other media too much.
Sega is planning to bring more than 20 Dreamcast classics to Xbox Live Arcade and the PlayStation Network.
Jon Wilcox charts the history of survival horror games, from Alan Wake to Silent Hill.
Jeri Ryan has explained the story behind a new Mortal Kombat trailer on the internet.
Activision is rumoured to be working on a sequel to Rare's Nintendo 64 hit, GoldenEye.
Ubisoft has dismissed rumours that Michel Ancel had left the developer.
John asks if the constant push for polygons stops developers from improving games in other ways.
BioShock has suffered from fan backlash since release but it remains a classic, says Craig.
Jon examines some great gaming flops and wonders if the current culture of remakes is a bad thing.
Far Cry 2 provoked strong reactions when it was released in 2008 - but is it really that bad?
In a bid to prove that nobody reads the terms and conditions of an online sale, GameStation recently added a new clause that gives them your soul.
EA and Starbreeze have pretty much confirmed they are working on a Syndicate remake via new filings.
2K Games has officially announced that it is working on a new XCOM game. And it's an FPS.
We sit down for a cup of tea with Jason Kingsley, founder of Rebellion and the chairman of TIGA, The Independent Games Developers Association. We find out what he thinks the future holds for the UK games industry, as well as what the challenges facing new companies.
Continuing UK Games Week, Joe looks at one British game which never made it to shelves - an Eidos MMO based on the Fabled Lands gamebooks. With help from the team we learn how the game got stuck in development hell and what the finished game might have been like.
The controversial Digital Economy Bill has been passed in a last minute reading in the UK.
Next on Made in the UK Week, Joe, James and Alex sit down for a new gaming podcast with a special guest from the BBC. The four of them muse over some of the best games to come from the UK, pausing only to give away some new prizes in the Guess the Screenshot competition.
Next in our exploration of the UK games industry we take a look at some of the best games to ever come from the British Isles, from modern classics such as Tomb Raider right back to some retro gems. What are the games that the UK should be proud of?
Dr Tanya Byron has called for a new independent report on the state of online and casual games.
Atari is the latest publisher to bring it's old games to GOG.com.
Microsoft briefed us on the ways it sees gaming developing, focusing on multi-player, touch-screen gaming and making development easier for small studios and bedroom coders. We take a look at its touch-screen concepts and XNA program.
A new Deus Ex 3 teaser trailer has been released at GDC 2010.
Games tell stories - but do they work as well as films and novels? How should narrative work in a game? And exactly how awful was Phantasmagoria? Valve's Chet Faliszek, Mirror's Edge's Rhianna Pratchett, Braid's Jonathon Blow and others offer their thoughts.
Lucasarts has announced that Monkey Island 2: Special Edition will be released this Summer, with new features to boot.
Eidos' new Tomb Raider game, Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light, will forego a retail release entirely.
Activision has sent in the lawyers and closed down a King's Quest fan project, The Silver Lining.
A road in Derby has been named after Tomb Raider icon, Lara Croft.
In pursuit of an utterly unbiased outlook, Joe tears down some of the classic PC franchises and examines exactly why games like Deus Ex and System Shock 2 aren't really as good as you think they are. Has he finally completely lost the plot or is there a method to this madness?
Ubisoft has admitted it will be investing heavily in existing franchises, rather than original titles.