3D Realms seeks play-testers for new Build Engine title
First since 1999.
NES and SNES carts hit this December.
Major upgrade over the original Gamebuino.
Reports suggest a Pi-like Arm board inside.
Thief 4 is set to debut at GDC next month in a presentation about generative audio.
You voted for them, now you can see which games won in our Top 10 of 2010.
Gearbox has announced that it will have a Duke Nukem Forever demo on the way shortly.
Ubisoft has confirmed it is making a HD version of Beyond Good and Evil.
Planescape: Torment has been re-released on Good Old Games.
Atari has launched a new venture, Atari Go, to relaunch old games through social networks.
Good Old Games has announced that it will be relaunching after its recent closure.
Good Old Games, or GOG.com, has shut up shop in a surprise announcement. UPDATED!
Activision has revealed that the new GoldenEye game for the Wii has regenerating health.
British supermarket Tesco has revealed that it is to start dealing in pre-owned videogames.
Warren Spector has criticised the games industry for emulating other media too much.
Sega is planning to bring more than 20 Dreamcast classics to Xbox Live Arcade and the PlayStation Network.
Jeri Ryan has explained the story behind a new Mortal Kombat trailer on the internet.
Activision is rumoured to be working on a sequel to Rare's Nintendo 64 hit, GoldenEye.
Ubisoft has dismissed rumours that Michel Ancel had left the developer.
In a bid to prove that nobody reads the terms and conditions of an online sale, GameStation recently added a new clause that gives them your soul.
EA and Starbreeze have pretty much confirmed they are working on a Syndicate remake via new filings.
2K Games has officially announced that it is working on a new XCOM game. And it's an FPS.
The controversial Digital Economy Bill has been passed in a last minute reading in the UK.
Dr Tanya Byron has called for a new independent report on the state of online and casual games.
Atari is the latest publisher to bring it's old games to GOG.com.
A new Deus Ex 3 teaser trailer has been released at GDC 2010.
Lucasarts has announced that Monkey Island 2: Special Edition will be released this Summer, with new features to boot.
Eidos' new Tomb Raider game, Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light, will forego a retail release entirely.
Activision has sent in the lawyers and closed down a King's Quest fan project, The Silver Lining.
A road in Derby has been named after Tomb Raider icon, Lara Croft.
Ubisoft has admitted it will be investing heavily in existing franchises, rather than original titles.
Microsoft has announced that it will soon be removing Xbox Live support for all Xbox 1 services.
Sony says it is considering making PSN a paid-for service in the future.
Rockstar, the developer behind Red Dead Redemption and the GTA series, has responded to claims of poor working conditions.
Duke Nukem voice actor Jon St. John has indicated Duke Nukem Forever may still be in the works.
Electronic Arts has announced it is shutting down a bunch of old game servers for unpopular titles.
The UK government has explained the recently rejected tax break proposal for the games industry.
Blizzard is definitely going to make console games in the future, claims WoW producer.
Voting is now closed on the Game of the Year competition, so check to see if you won anything!
The UK's leading games retailer is to start selling music in 200 stores across the UK.
Labour MP Tom Watson has claimed the BBC should do what it can to support the indie scene in the UK.
Bethesda has failed to get an injunction against Interplay regarding older Fallout games.
What was your game of the year? Modern Warfare 2? Assassin's Creed 2? Machinarium? We want to know, so check out our shortlist, relive the memories and then let us know by way of a vote. This year we even have a handful of prizes to give away to voters!