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.
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A rare Apple-1 microcomputer, which kickstarted the PC revolution, has come up for auction.
We look back at one of the best computer games nobody ever talks about, Blade Runner.
Our patience is finally rewarded as we sit down to play Duke Nukem Forever.
Gearbox has announced that it will have a Duke Nukem Forever demo on the way shortly.
Ubisoft has confirmed it is making a HD version of Beyond Good and Evil.
Planescape: Torment has been re-released on Good Old Games.
Atari has launched a new venture, Atari Go, to relaunch old games through social networks.
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!
The National Museum of Computing has played host to an interesting experiment in retro coding.
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.
Peter Molyneux has claimed that they are "never a good idea".
A new Amiga and Guitar Hero on a C64 were among the highlights of the show.
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.
Alien Breed has returned to the PC, with bonus content beyond the console version