UK commits to full fibre future
By 2033, anyway.
Learning to breath with Manual Samuel, an adventure game mixing QWOP and Monkey Island
Ron Gilbert's Deathspank is finally coming to PC and Mac.
Joe reviews Monkey Island 2: Special Edition. Read his thoughts before he explodes in joy.
It's Ron Gilbert's latest game, which blends Monkey Island humour with Diablo's gameplay.
Lucasarts has announced that Monkey Island 2: Special Edition will be released this Summer, with new features to boot.
Lucasarts has found some deleted dialogue from the original The Secret of Monkey Island.
We catch up with the AppStore to check out some of the latest and greatest games available for the iPhone. This time we take a look at Duke Nukem, The Secret of Monkey Island, Hook Champ and more! Check out what we think the best iPhone games are within!
We take a look at the latest game from Tim 'Grim Fandango' Schafer, who this time has teamed up with Ozzy Osbourne and Jack Black to make what might be the definitive music game for rockers and rollers. Take a gander to find out what we think of Brütal Legend.
LucasArts has announced that it will definitely be making more retro remakes, as well as bringing Jedi Knight to Steam.
Ron Gilbert has unveiled the trailer for his new game, DeathSpank, at PAX.
We sit down for a chat with Mark Darin, the lead designer on the new Tales of Monkey Island series and all-round MI fanatic. We quiz him on why the series moved to 3D, what the secret of Monkey Island really is and whether or not he fights like a Dairy Farmer.
Richard has never played any of the Monkey Island games before, so seeing as Lucasarts has just released a graphical remake of the original game we thought we'd remedy that. Is Monkey Island still a genre-defining classic by today's standards?
Lucasarts first batch of classic games have finally hit Steam, with the price bands broken up quite sensibly.
Lucasarts has announced that it will be bringing it's entire back catalogue of games to Steam, including some previously unreleased versions.
Joe steps into the long-absent boots of Guybrush Threepwood and sets out, deep into the Caribbean in the first episode of the new Secret of Monkey Island series, Launch of The Screaming Narwhal. Is it a fitting continuation to the legendary series, or an insult to all things piratey?
Lucasarts has finally got around to remaking the classic adventure games it is so well known for, with more on the way.
Lucasarts has confirmed a new series of Monkey Island games, plus a remake of the original titles for consoles.
Ron Gilbert has spoken on what he thinks needs to change within the games industry if it is to move forward in the coming years.
Lucasarts could be looking at reviving the adventure game genre if only the hardware wasn't a problem. Wait, what?
Eidos is dropping hints and the rumours are flying that the Montreal studio is developing a new game in the Thief franchise.
Joe Martin wants to know what it is that makes a hardcore gamer. Prompted by the death of somebody close to him, Joe examines what hardcore is and invites readers to share their stories about what game it was that first hooked them.
Comedian Artie Lange may have just dropped a bombshell for adventure game fans with the news that he is playing a character in a new Larry game.
Tim Schafer has unveiled his next game, Brutal Legend, a heavy-metal influenced third person action game for 360 and PS3.
Are you scared of trying out homebrew games and applications for your DS? Worried that you'll break it or get arrested for piracy? Fear no more - we explore the world of DS homebrew and look at some of the best games, apps and hardware to get the job done.
Yesterday marked twenty years since Leisure Suit Larry burst on to the computers of pubescent boys everywhere. Boy, how time flies.
Today marks the official 40th anniversary of video games, begun way back when two engineers played "The Bucket Filling Game". Amazing to think that we got from that to Crysis in only forty years.
Ron Gilbert has now been officially attached to the upcoming episodic Penny Arcade game.
New bit-tech Staff Writer, Joe Martin, introduces himself and talks about the problems fanboys pose in our industry.