Blizzard releases surprise patch for 2002's Warcraft III
Announces invitational event, too.
Announces invitational event, too.
Five percent kickback for streamers.
Still no quicksave feature, though.
The hunt for the elusive PS3 has got serious now with some people queuing up for Sony's black box ending up getting shot. We ask: is this really worth it?
OMG! Halo 3! Beta! Public! It sounds great, but details are scarce - but keep yourselves entertained with some new Halo 2 maps, instead.
It looks like Sony is having a few problems with their new Playstation 3. Not only does the console struggle to play old titles but they've also sold fewer games than consoles.
Fancy a five minute hack job? Then you too could be watching next-gen content on your PC via this simple trick.
Now confirmed - the Wii will play DVDs in late 2007. Umm...wow?
Want to see what the inside of a Playstation 3 looks like. You've come to the right place.
Sony's PlayStation 3 officially went on sale this morning in Japan, but only 100,000 units were made available for the launch. Chaos followed...
Just in case you thought too many games were coming out, here's one you won't have to look for - Episode 2 has been delayed.
A late Christmas present is in store for all you Warcrafters. Blizzard has announced the release date of The Burning Crusade.
The PS3 will lack online gaming support out of the box and will require a software update, says Sony. PSP updates coming, too.
French minister, Renaud Donnedieu de Vabres, has called for video games to be classified as an art form. Could Mario ever really aesthetically satisfy you?
Bought a laptop? Don't want to run Windows on it? You could get your money back if you stick to the terms of Microsoft's license agreement, as this chap did.
A new driver release for open source fans adds support for rendering the desktop using OpenGL, allowing for some fancy effects similar to what we see from Microsoft.
Microsoft has announced a new video download service that will allow Xbox Live users to download movies and television shows.
Jack Tretton of Sony recently conducted an interview with Next-Gen where he talked everything PS3, from Blu-ray to units ready for release.
Nintendo's Virtual Console for the Wii has been a big hype point for the console. Now an interview with a Ninty exec sheds some more light on the service.
Do you think you've got what it takes to keep up on the other side of the fast paced computer hardware industry? We want to hear from you!
The stupidly-massively-eagerly-anticipated shoot-em-up gets shoved back a bunch of months for no explicable reason. Hardware enthusiasts die a little inside.
Microsoft is in discussion with Novell to offer "sales support and technology sharing" for Suse Linux.
Phil Harrison talks PS3 downloadable content and claims its as innovative as the PS1 games all those years ago.
Take one account in the world's most popular MMO, add an exercise bike and wireless peripherals, mix for three months and enjoy results.
More launch info is coming out for the Wii's December 8th release, including game titles and more pricing info.
David Dyak of Silicon Knights has made some interesting comments about the next-generation console war. Namely: will the PS3 actually be more powerful than the 360? He thinks not.
Halo gets pushed out, and Street Fighter gets brought in. Master Chief grunts and reloads, Chun Li jumps up and down like a school girl.
Japan gets the sharp end of the stick as Sony decides that it still can't make quite as many consoles as it hoped.
Employees buying in portable consoles for Japan would have been doing research for the lawsuit, the company says. Believe them?