Uwe Boll, maker of awful films, has announced a new videogame to be set in the Vietnam war, dubbed 1968 Tunnel Rats.
Uwe Boll is no fool - he's been checking on the anti-Boll petition and reckons that Spielberg and Michael Bay are out to get him.
Speaking about how many petition signatures it would take to stop him directing, Uwe Boll said one million would be enough.
Bizarre Creations, the developer behind the PGR series and Geometry Wars, is raising money for charity again. Go! Donate!
EBay has said it plans to overhaul its feedback system, and as a result it will prevent sellers from leaving negative feedback about their customers.
A sealed copy of one of the best SNES games ever has been auctioned off for an astonishing $1200!
Ubisoft has delayed three of its key titles for 2008 in order to bolster its strong fiscal 2007 financials by reducing short-term development costs.
As part of an attempt to raise money for the Childs Play charity, some crazy fools have put themselves forward to play Desert Bus, the worst game ever.
As part of a charity effort, the guys at Penny Arcade are auctioning off the chance to be featured in the upcoming Peter Molyneux game, Fable 2.
Looks like the public will be subjected to another Street Fighter movie, this time to be directed by the man behind the Doom movie.
What do you mean you STILL haven't played Far Cry? How can you live with yourself? Ok, ok - we'll get through this. Just follow this link and get the full version for free. That's better!
The Condemned movie tie-in, The Unforgettable, isn't dead yet according to Kurt Sutter who has revealed that a director will be announced soon.
The California game law, which would fine retailers $1000 for selling violent games to minors, was recently rejected by US courts. Schwarzenegger isn’t happy and is appealing.
You've seen the film, adored the cartoon and bought all the toys. There's only one question left on your mind and that's whether or not the new game is more than meets the eye...
Love it or hate it, the latest Harry Potter game topped the UK charts last week. We have a look at the PC version to find out if it's more of a Prince or a Frog.
Clive Barker bigs up games as an art form and smack-talks Roger Ebert at the same time.
MumboJumbo has announced it will be making a game based on Ricky Gervais' The Office. Oh noes.
Details about who will be making the Spy Hunter movie, which has suffered numerous delays, begin to surface.
Atari is auctioning off some of its oldest stuff via Sotheby's auction house, from original concept art for Dig Dug to draft manuals.
The Halo movie will release in summer of 2008, instead of summer 2007.
Kojima suggests that a deal has been done to bring Solid Snake to the big screen. Who on earth could fill the boots of gaming's stealthiest man?
E3 2006: Blizzard has announced that it is working with the makers of Batman Begins to bring a film based on the massive online game to the big screen.
You've played the game on the Xbox. You've secretly played Beach Volleyball. Now prepare to head to the cinema for the next installment in the Dead or Alive series, starring Holly Vallance and Jaime Pressley.
Legendary film director (err) Uwe Boll is working on the Dungeon Seige film-of-the-game. First trailer is up.
Photos and plot details emerge for the Doom movie - a $70 million adaptation of a decade-old computer game. Is it doomed to flop?