Activision teases Sierra rebirth
Could On-Line Systems live again?
Activision Blizzard is breaking away from parent company Vivendi in an investor buyout led by CEO Bobby Kotick.
Robert Ludlum's series of Bourne books have finally been translated from the big screen to the computer screen. Is Jason Bourne, the unstoppable super-spy, going to be floored by awful gameplay though or is this game one born of brilliance? We find out.
Matt Damon apparently lobbied to have a Myst-like game for the franchise, not a shooter.
Sierra has confirmed that the multiplayer and co-op sections have been cut from the upcoming Prototype.
We know we aren't the only one to be giddy with joy at the idea of a new Ghostbusters game, so check the new details which have crept out.
Out of nowhere two of the biggest publishers in games have united - bringing Call of Duty, Tony Hawks, Guitar Hero and World of Warcraft all under one roof.
We take the latest expansion pack for F.E.A.R. out for a spin to see how TimeGate has carried on the work of Monolith with the classic Horror/Shooter franchise. Is the game any good or is it just a slew of clichés and pastiches? We find out!
Vivendi has confirmed that a new Ghostbusters game is in development, to be written by Bill Murray, Dan Ackroyd and Harold Ramis.
Universal Music Group has decided not to renew its annual contract to sell music through Apple's iTunes music store.
TimeShift, the time altering FPS, has been confirmed for the PS3 and will see a release this autumn.
Valve's Doug Lombardi reveals that Episode Two is almost finished and that Episode Three is in the works and will feature a new environment.
World in Conflict is based in the middle of the Cold War where the Americans and Russians are at each other's necks. However, this time the battle is on US soil. That's not all that is different about Massive's latest RTS game though, and it's definitely one to look out for later this year when it's released...
Joint Task Force is an RTS game set in 2008 boasting awesome graphics, big explosions and scary terrorists. Can an RTS game seriously tackle serious issues like the war on terror? Can this game really challenge Company of Heroes? All is revealed in our review.
A freebie multiplayer game is being given away to get more people interested in the F.E.A.R. franchise.
More content for F.E.A.R. is coming in the form of an expansion pack. New levels and guns, as well as a continued storyline are promised.
Is World of Warcraft as addictive as crack? Does Blizzard command a 4.5 million-strong army of Red Bull-fuelled nutballs? We doubt it. Naturally, that won't stop a Chinese couple suing Blizzard over their son's death. Someone call Jack Thompson!
IDF FALL 05: According to Intel reps today, games are already starting to be optimized for dual core chips. We've got the skinny.
The latest patch for the tactical FPS game, SWAT 4, downloads advertising textures inserted into the game. Added realism or unwanted intrusion? You Decide.
Valve get hot & steamy with EA, signing a distribution deal for future retail games.
With the arrival of FlatOut in North America, Vivendi Universal Games and Empire Interactive jointly announce that a sequel will follow in 2006.
When Vivendi Universal wanted a custom case created on a tight time scale to promote their latest mega-hit, F.E.A.R. , they came to us. Take a walk through the creation of the custom case.