EA closes Visceral Games, pivots upcoming Star Wars title
No word on the number of jobs affected.
No word on the number of jobs affected.
SteelSeries has brought two new mice to the market; the Rival 310 and Sensei 310 are very similar, but are they any good?
DayZ meets Stalker in this survival shooter that's all about the loot and shoot.
Delisting scheduled for January 2018.
The Saints Row pseudosequel proves that the apple does in fact fall very far from the tree. Also, the apple might not be as good as you expect
Splatoon 2 is a candy- coloured blast, but is it worth the effort?
Original six-month schedule a hindrance.
Quake Champions is great, but it desperately tries to hide it.
Available from next Thursday.
We've played Arkane's latest immersive sim. Is it any good? Read on to find out.
Want to reach out and touch someone? Check out this Sniper Elite 4 preview.
For returning fans, love is a battlefield. Can the great war make a great game?
The rumour mill is flying around the new Call of Duty
Introductory trailer shows all sorts of cool cyberpunk balletics
Time travel adventure Quantum Break is finally with us. Does it stand the test of time?
Freebie to tempt buyers from rival headsets.
Halo, is it me you're looking for? Halo 5 is here, but is it any good?
Jake spent a week with the Rainbow Six: Siege Beta and he has some words to share about that.
Nexon announce team-based FPS in Ghost In The Shell universe
Capcom announce competitive shooter title for
Activision unveil first-ever competition gameplay in Black Ops eSports reveal
Another back catalogue gem for Origin.
Digital Extremes has announced Warframe, a new free-to-play shooter described as an 'MMO-lite.'
Slick, stylish and fun, Brink aims to provide a new slant on the traditional online FPS.
More guns, more tanks, more aircraft, more maps and more things to kill for Arma II.
The new trailer for Arma II: Operation Arrowhead introduces the new Takistani army.
Warner Bros. has announced a sequel to Monolith's creepy shooter series, FEAR 3.
The sequel to the original Army of Two has narrowly avoided being dubbed Army of Two: 2 thanks to a wily subtitle. Is the rest of the game equally clever, or is it just a pile of immature fist-bumping nonsense? The only way to find out is to read our review of EA Montreal's latest title.
From rumour to fruition, Futuremark Game Studio's debut release is here. Shattered Horizon is a team-based multi-player FPS. All combat takes place above the Earth's atmosphere in zero-gravity conditions, an environment that takes a little getting used to.
Futuremark has finally dated the release of low-gravity shooter Shattered Horizon, as well as confirmed DLC for the title.
What's this? An FPS that actually plays reasonably well on the Wii and should offer some semi-decent multiplayer? A game that's strangely reminiscent of GoldenEye 64? A game that looks like it could be pretty good and appeal to the hardcore audience? Yep, looks like it.
The American Army has announced the launch of a third game in the America's Army series of military simulations.
We have an early look at Futuremark Games Studio's first game, Shattered Horizon, a multiplayer first-person shooter set on the moon 30 years from now. The game is a long way off, but there are some things that have already caught our eyes. Read on to find out more...
Enemy Territory: Quake Wars didn't make a huge impression on the PC market when it launched and was mostly overshadowed by Team Fortress 2 and Call of Duty 4. The PlayStation 3 version has had more time to mature though, so we take a look to see what has changed...
The Club is a radical departure from the norm for Bizarre Creations, the makers of Project Gotham Racing, but it's got us all different kinds of excited. Can this fusion of Tony Hawk and Gears of War actually manage to live up to the hype though?
Eidos has revealed that upcoming shooter Kane and Lynch: Dead Men already has a sequel planned and a movie adaptation in the works. Let's just hope the first game does well then.
Earlier in the week, we had the chance to chat with well known game designer CliffyB at a Gears of War PC event. In this interview he talks about the game, his thoughts on game design and his wish to make a game based on Dance, Dance, Revolution but "with a pole”.
Has the seminal duck and cover shooter been granted safe passage to the PC? Probably. Bit-tech takes a first look at a game that could possibly give Crysis and Bioshock a run for their money.