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.
3D Realms has officially closed down, apparently killing any chances of a release for Duke Nukem Forever.
Researchers have accurately emulated CRT colour-bleeding, afterimage effects and scanlines in an Atari 2600 emulator.
This is a very dubious rumour, but Apple is apparently thinking to buy EA according to some sources.
The ESA has announced that it will not be delaying the next E3 in any way because of swine flu and that the event will go ahead as planned.
Eidos has released the lifetime sales data for the Tomb Raider series, revealing which was the best and worst selling game in the franchise.
Bethesda Softworks has applied for trademarks protecting a Fallout TV series and movie.
Master modder Ben Heck turns his skills to the Commodore 64, creating a portable C64 machine that loads games from an SD card.
The TIGA trade body has warned the UK government that unless tax breaks are applied to the games industry then more than 1700 jobs will be lost.
It's been revealed that publisher-in-trouble Midway may be trying to get rid of the Mortal Kombat franchise in an effort to stay afloat.
Square Enix has today announced it is seriously trying to buy Tomb Raider publisher, Eidos.
Online sales giant Amazon has launched a new casual games download service with more than 600 games available for 9.99 each.
Hudson games, the ironic makers of Bomberman, have been the victim of bomb threats from one Japanese gamer.
Take-Two has expressed dissatisfaction at stores like GameStop and GameStation and is moving to prevent further second-hand sales.
The UK's Intellectual Property minister says he will not advise the government to legislate against game and music piracy.
Microsoft has said that, despite negative reaction to Games for Windows Live, Windows is still a great platform for gaming.
According to sales data from last year videogames managed to outsell the combined forces of DVD and Blu-ray last year.
Midway has, despite flagging sales and struggling finances, announced a new Mortal Kombat game.
Game has announced that it has partnered with SwapGame in the UK to launch a game rental service for customers.
Eidos has announced that in response to falling stock prices it will be redesigning the Lara Croft character to make her more appealing.
A new study released by the University of Oxford shows that simple videogames such as Tetris can be used to treat post-traumatic stress disorders.
Well colour us smug, but our paper based brethren are having a tough old time of it it seems. Not only has EGM been closed, but Hardcore Gamer is for sale.
Ubisoft has announced plans to resuscitate Charles Cecil's Broken Sword games by bringing the originals to the Wii and DS.
More than 28 separate video and computer games are being developed according to recent reports, with a full list within.
GOG.com, the cheap online gaming store for classic games, has announced it is giving away two free games to all account holders.
The closure of Woolworths in the UK is set to cost Ubisoft more than £1.3 million apparently.
Last year was a good year for gaming and hope were high for this year, but EA for one is disappointed about games sales this year.