Cooler Master begins PUBG mod contest
Battlemods voting open now.
The boss rush game comes to Nintendo's Switch. Is it any good?
Hardware translation just that efficient.
Probably not a sequel to Rockstar's Table Tennis
Claims trademark abuse to censor show.
Gat Out Of Hell is an acceptable expansion pack deserving of a bigger platform.
The PC version of Grand Theft Auto has had its January release date pushed back to March.
Showing off 3D capabilities.
GTA V is a great game, but it's not a very nice one.
Grand Theft Auto 5's multiplayer component has been revealed as a 'dynamic and persistent online world'.
Company claims leak was an 'error.'
Red Dead Redemption and GTA V likely.
Still no word on a PC port, though.
We look back over how the War on Terror has shaped games from GTA III to Deus Ex and beyond.
Columnist Richard Cobbett examines the egregious wastage of games development.
Are the GTA IV Episodes are better port than the original PC version of GTA IV? Phil investigates.
An Australian journalist claims he has been sacked for blowing the whistle on alleged trading of reviews for advertising.
Next in our exploration of the UK games industry we take a look at some of the best games to ever come from the British Isles, from modern classics such as Tomb Raider right back to some retro gems. What are the games that the UK should be proud of?
We take a look at twelve of the best iPhone games to have come out lately, including the new Grand Theft Auto, a rather depressing new art game about the futility of living and an unusual platform game from the developers of Thief.
The spouses of some developers at Rockstar have complained about the working conditions at the studio.
Take-Two has settled the Hot Coffee lawsuit for a whopping $20 million USD.
Take-Two has expressed dissatisfaction at stores like GameStop and GameStation and is moving to prevent further second-hand sales.
A new study has determined that, contrary to what Jack Thompson would have us believe, games and crime rates don't correlate.
The upcoming PC version of Grand Theft Auto IV is set to use SecuROM copy-protection. Details within.
GTA: Chinatown Wars, the new Grand Theft Auto game for the Nintendo DS, has finally been properly unveiled.
The results of a new survey across more than 3,000 parents have shown that videogames are seen as more of a concern than pornography or alcohol.
The judge presiding over Jack Thompson's disbarment case has recommended that he be considered for a permanent disbarment.
Why is it that different countries seem to produce such different games and what does this mean for the games industry? In a world where Japanese RPGs are a large enough part of the market to have their own acronym, what can the western world bring to the table?
Jack Thompson should be judged guilty on 27 misconduct charges according to the recommendations of a judge.
Rockstar has signed to bring downloadable content for GTA 4 only to the Xbox 360 - but does that mean the PS3 will be left out in the cold?
The developers of Crackdown have just bought back rights to the APB MMO, with the possibility of selling it to Rockstar as a GTA MMO.
A New Zealand modder is facing legal trouble after putting New Zealand cops into the game.
No More Heroes is the hugely surreal Wii-exclusive from the developer behind Killer 7. Full to the brim with Jedi-like assassins, beautiful babes and retro appeal, No More Heroes could be the best Wii game yet - but it has to get our approval first!
The Florida Supreme Court has ordered that Jack Thompson must show just cause for his abuses to the US legal system.
New details on GTA IV have slipped out - this time about how the drinking minigame system will work and what physics systems add to it.
Now that the Hot Coffee lawsuit has come to a close, American gamers can scrabble to get a share of the pay-out as long as they have the evidence to back themselves up.
2007 is over, so we look at some of the most exciting games of the year ahead, just to show that even though 2007 was good, 2008 could be even better. It doesn't matter if you're a hardcore rocker or a casual sim-lover, 2008 has something for you!
Today is International Day to End Violence Against Sex Workers and those involved are quick to tell us why they think violence in the industry is a problem.
With a blockbuster story and a frentic co-op campaign, it looks like the new game from the developers of Hitman may be an underground hit on the Xbox 360 - but it has to get the bit-tech seal of approval first, so check out our thoughts on the game.
In an effort to end the prolonged lawsuits over the GTA Hot Coffee mods, Take-Two has proposed a settlement to the case with a pay-out of $2.75 Million.