Military Operations benchmark hits Steam
OpenCL-powered WWII sim.
Piranha boss talks of 'responsibility'.
Concerns over Swine Flu outbreaks have caused Capcom to scale back E3 2009 plans, with other Japanese developers saying the same.
Acclaimed director Steven Spielberg has spoken out about how he thinks game consoles will soon die out in favour of VR helmets.
ACE Team has recently announced a sequel to the unusual indie-hit, Zeno Clash, as well as some new free DLC.
Bethesda has unveiled plans for some new Fallout 3 DLC, as well as an update to bring the DLC to the PlayStation 3.
Activision has offered up some details of how the skateboard controller for Tony Hawk: Ride will work.
3D Realms has fired back at Take-Two today, claiming that the studio is not finished and that there may be a future for Duke Nukem yet.
Bethesda has revealed that it is planning on making mature games for the Nintendo Wii soon, with at least one title planned for this year.
Valve has put the Left 4 Dead modding tools into open beta, enabling users to create new content for the game.
The new Tony Hawks game, Tony Hawk: Ride, will have a special skateboard peripheral for players to stand on.
Take-Two has launched a lawsuit against 3D Realms over the fact that Duke Nukem Forever was never released.
Nokia and Intel have teamed up to launch the oFono project, which aims to produce an abstraction layer to mobile telephony functionality on Linux operating systems.
A new customer survey has turned up which hints at the possible release of Lord of the Rings Online for the Xbox 360.
The Serious Organised Crime Agency has claimed that convicts in the UK are using PS3s to commit crime from within prison.
Midway's board members are now being sued by employees for corporate waste that cites disastrous financial advice as the cause.
Dell has announced and launched a new site that advertises PCs for ladies, under the name of 'Della'.
Google's Android platform is set to explode in 2009 according to predictions from Strategy Analytics - and with 900 percent growth could knock the iPhone off top spot.
Gran Turismo creator Kaz Yamauchi has confirmed that the series will be getting car damage soon.
Eidos Montreal has finally unveiled the not-so-secret Thief 4, promising that fans will be very happy with the game.
Eidos may have only just been bought out by Square Enix, but the company is still staying true to its core franchises. Perhaps too true...
2K Games has revealed a number of details about the multiplayer segment of BioShock 2, including setting, features and developer.
Playboy will soon be entering the world of online games in a newly announced MMO based around the American magazine.
Activision is currently rumoured to be working on a reality TV series based on Guitar Hero, as well as a Call of Duty film.
After continued problems with the DLC for Fallout 3 on the PC and Xbox 360, Microsoft thinks it has finally fixed install problems for Broken Steel.
THQ has posted a a loss of more than 430 million dollars, saved only by the solid performance of a few titles.
3D Realms has officially closed down, apparently killing any chances of a release for Duke Nukem Forever.
Adobe has announced a 64-bit build of its Air Internet application platform - although it's currently in a closed alpha and only supports the Linux operating system.