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.
A breakdown of the cost of America's Army has revealed a staggering cost of $33 million.
The UK government is expected to reject requests for tax breaks for the games industry.
Retail chain GAME has admitted to suffering a notable sales slump in the run up to Christmas this year.
Lucasarts has found some deleted dialogue from the original The Secret of Monkey Island.
Jerry Bruckheimer claims that the Prince of Persia film is going down a storm with test audiences.
EA has released an updated version of Command & Conquer: Red Alert for the iPhone.
Deus Ex designer Warren Spector once tried to buy the rights to his own game.
Don Ivan Punchatz, the artist behind the artwork on the original Doom box, has died of cardiac arrest.
Zombie Cow's Dan Marshall has said that all games journalists should dabble in development.
React Games has announced it will be bringing the Archon series back to PCs after 26 years.
We’ve all seen the countdowns of the finest characters, weapons and foes in gaming, but what about the killer moves that make you wince at your screen? Phil Hartup picks out the gaming world’s ten most breathtaking moves, from killer punches to veritable superpowers.
Rumours are flying that Microsoft may be about to buy-out EA games.
Rare has said that the rumoured re-release of GoldenEye 64 is now not going to happen.
Sega has launched a new flash-based version of Sonic that uses a subscription model.
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.
Sega has teased a new 2D, HD Sonic game for 2010.
Apple has finally approved the awaited Commodore 64 emulator for the iPhone.
Good Old Games has celebrated it's one year anniversary and is launching a special BOGOF offer this month.
A legal loophole has emerged which exempts games stores from prosecution for selling adult games to children.
Microsoft's Peter Molyneux has claimed that there is something wrong with modern RPGs.
id Software has pledged continuing support for the iPhone, promising a new game every other month.
We've put Joe in charge for once and done a podcast that's entirely about gaming, complete with a new competition. Have a listen to see what Rich, Alex, Harry and Joe think of Left 4 Dead 2, Rage, Samorost and vibrating chairs and booth babes. Oo-er.
EA has finally released Wolfenstein RPG for the iPhone, complete with new graphics and modes.
Electronic Arts has filed a bunch of new trademarks for some classic gaming licenses, including Wing Commander.
3D Realms has released a version of PC classic Duke Nukem 3D for the iPhone.
Electronic Arts has announced that it may revist and revive a few old Bullfrog games, though not as simple remakes.
2K Games has released an iPhone version of Civilization Revolution today.
Sony's financial results for for the last financial quarter have revealed that the PS2 is still Sony's best-selling console.
Epic Mickey, the latest project of Warren 'Deus Ex' Spector, looks like it could be a Wii exclusive.
Investors in Activision have voiced concerns that Starcraft 2 may be delayed until next year, mainly as beta testing has started in earnest yet.
The first pieces of concept art have begun to emerge from what is thought to be Warren Spector's latest project.
Lucasarts first batch of classic games have finally hit Steam, with the price bands broken up quite sensibly.
A series of new videos hint that an announcement for Mechwarrior 5 could be on the horizon soon.
IGN has discovered that slightly updated port of Duke Nukem 3D will be coming to the iPhone in the near future.
Lucasarts has announced that it will be bringing it's entire back catalogue of games to Steam, including some previously unreleased versions.
A new report released by the creators of Sesame Street says that games can be good for children.
More than 100 million used games are traded annually in the US according to analysts, who believe it's actually strengthening the industry.
A patent has emerged revealing that Sony may be ready to reintroduce backwards compatibility on the PlayStation 3.