EA has announced Skate 3, which is set for a 2010 release and will have a co-op focus.
Andy gets caught up in earthquake-torn New San Vanelona with his virtual skateboard for a second helping of Skate. Do the new additions in Skate 2 improve an already winning formula, or are we heading back to square one? Read on to find out.
We've just been having a look at the Wii version of Skate 2, dubbed Skate It! lately. With some excellent integration of the Wii Balance Board and an engine borrowed from the first game on the Xbox 360, it looks like it may be a winner too - so check out our thoughts within!
The sequel to the best skateboarding game of last year is inbound and this time the street-surfing is set in the earthquake-torn city of San Vanelona. With the ability to get off the board and move the props around though, could Skate be straying too far from the proven formula?
Qmotions has won a license from Microsoft to make official wireless peripherals for the Xbox 360, starting with a skateboard.
Simon Hill of Outerlight Studios tackles the concept of advertising in games and the despicable, dirty nature of designing advergaming. Is there a way out for developers who don't want to place advertising in their games? This column is sponsored by bit-tech.net.
A GameSpot insider has revealed that advertising pressure may not have been the real reason Gerstmann was fired.
Microsoft has now officially confirmed that it will be gradually adding HDMI support into all versions of the Xbox 360 in the next few months.
A recent advert for Intel chips could be attracting some unwanted attention for racist undertones.
The latest update to Counter-Strike 1.6 has made the world's most popular online multiplayer game's advertisements compulsory.
A rather enterprising girl has sold advertising space on a MacBook Pro in order to fund its purchase. The funny part? She was actually successful.
In-game advertising is causing some gamers to get their backs up over possible consequences for privacy.
Not content with charging you for the actual game, EA has signed a deal with IGA to stick advertisements in your games.
IGA is a firm which specialises in putting adverts in games. Intel thinks it could be onto a winner. Does in-game advertising bother you?
Readers woke up to a new world and a new bit-tech design this week. Wil Harris discusses the changes