Amazon launches Twitch Prime game giveaway
19 titles up for grabs.
Sony, Blizzard, Turbine and Jagex are all listed as defendants in a case of patent infringement.
Sega has launched a new flash-based version of Sonic that uses a subscription model.
Eidos has provided details on the new free DLC for Batman: Arkham Asylum.
Activision has promised that Blizzard's next MMO project will have a more broad appeal than WoW.
Bethesda is suing Interplay over trademark infringement of the Fallout games.
LucasArts has announced that it will definitely be making more retro remakes, as well as bringing Jedi Knight to Steam.
Valve is keen to get user-generated content up on the Xbox 360, possibly sending funds back to modders.
If you're playing Batman: Arkham Asylum from a pirated version then we've got bad news for you...
Valve has turned the tables on L4D fans, demanding a trip to Australia in response to their boycott of one L4D mod.
In an attempt to quell worries among fans, Valve flew leaders of the Left 4 Dead 2 boycott out to preview the game in Seattle.
Reports of cases of swine flu at the Penny Arcade Expo have been confirmed by organisers.
Microsoft has reportedly told Valve that it must charge for the upcoming Crash Course DLC in Left 4 Dead.
LucasArts has revealed that no payment model has yet been decided for BioWare's Star Wars: The Old Republic.
If you pre-order Left 4 Dead 2 over Steam then you can unlock a new exclusive weapon.
Rumours suggest that Sony might be making a casual MMO based on the Star Wars license.
Ron Gilbert has unveiled the trailer for his new game, DeathSpank, at PAX.
Atari has labelled the D&D lawsuit filed by Turbine as frivolous and plans to countersue.
Sony's Sir Howard Stringer has voiced a desire to bring stereoscopic 3D to virtually every Sony product.
OnLive, the cloud-based gaming system, has entered public beta.
Valve has announced a plan to punish cheaters in Team Fortress 2 - and reward honest players.
Good Old Games has celebrated it's one year anniversary and is launching a special BOGOF offer this month.
Take-Two has dated most of it's big titles for the start of next year, including BioShock 2 and Max Payne 3.
Codemasters has decided to stop running free-to-play MMO, Archlord, passing it over to Webzen.
Take-Two has settled the Hot Coffee lawsuit for a whopping $20 million USD.
Tale of Tales, makers of The Path, have announced that they are working with Silent Hill artist Takayoshi Sato.
Cliff Harris has opened his latest game for pre-orders, promising early beta access as an incentive.