Alex St. John, creator of DirectX and CEO of Wild Tangent, reckons that the console is a dying breed - PC is the future!
During the Electronic Arts earnings conference call yesterday, the publisher reported that Crysis had gone platinum.
Crysis has landed at last and we take a good, long look at the future of PC gaming. Indepth gameplay analysis, graphical comparison and incredibly lame puns based around the game's name - we've got it all in a whopping ten page review and graphical analysis!
Want to know what's in the Limited Edition box? Want to know if you can cross-play with the PS3? Want to see a randomly chosen picture of the game? Of course you do!
Last time it was Tim and Richard who were lucky enough to grab a look at Crysis and they came back with some slightly controversial thoughts. Now we send Joe into the multiplayer beta to find out what he thinks about the best-looking PC game ever.
Unreal Tournament 3, which is already a year behind when we originally expected it, might not make the estimated November launch date.
What do you mean you STILL haven't played Far Cry? How can you live with yourself? Ok, ok - we'll get through this. Just follow this link and get the full version for free. That's better!
Epic's head honcho, Mark Rein, tells us that there won't be a UT3 demo for the PS3 because Epic is too damn busy. PC demo though? No problem.
We got some playtime with the upcoming Crysis beta at i31 this weekend. It's the most anticipated title of the year, but how's it going to hold up? Read on to find out.
Mark it in your diary, cancel your meetings, send the wife and kids on holiday and take some time off work. Take the phone off the hook too - EA has announced the Crysis release date.
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.
A number of developers spill the dirt on Epic and let the world know what they think about the lawsuit against Epic and its UE3, though nearly all do so anonymously.
We chat with Ageia's Michael Steele and Dan Forster, who showed us a few of the new PhysX supported games and let us know just what they think about Crysis and John Carmack's recent comments.
Microsoft outlines just what is going to differentiate the PC and 360 versions of Gears of War and just what gamers can expect from the new version.
If you've been wondering what the difference really is between DirectX 9.0c and Vista's DX10, the guys making Crysis are here to help. Check out the videos...
NVIDIA's GeForce 8800 is already here, Vista hits today, and the first DirectX 10 games aren't far away. We take an in-depth look at what DX10 adds to the gaming and graphical experience, from geometry shaders to resources to render targets. Can DX9 continue to cut it? We find out.
The most anticipated game yet for Xbox 360, Gears of War is set to blow you away with the best graphics yet seen in a console game.