National Videogame Museum schedules its Sheffield opening
No word on commercialisation, though.
Inspired by the likes of Jet Set Willy, but incorporating all the flair and wit that the modern indie community can muster, Distractionware's VVVVVV is an intelligent platformer that will flip your expectations on their head. Joe delves in to see if that's a good thing or just a way to bruise your brain.
We take a look at Platinum Games' new brawler and lets us know if Bayonetta is just a cheap copy of the Devil May Cry games or if it stands up on it's own merits. At what point does a homage become something more? Read on to find out.
The WGA has announced the nominees for the best written computer game of 2009.
Sega has confirmed a February 26th release date for the latest Total War game.
Nintendo has revealed that it has no plans to update the Wii hardware anytime soon.
Ubisoft has delayed three of the biggest releases in the 2010 calendar, pushing them all back to a possible 2011 release date.
An ex-EA executive has called the publisher out for planning a move to a digital model.
EA and Bioware have confirmed that they are planning a Spring 2011 release for the new Star Wars MMO.
Sony has officially delayed Gran Turismo 5's March release.
It's teeny, it's tiny, it's DFI's MI P55-T36 mini-ITX motherboard! Performance P55 meets small form factor, and we compare the MI P55-T36 to its full size ATX brothers to see if keeps up with the big boys.
Games retailer The GAME Group has revealed that boxed game sales fell 18 percent over the Christmas period.
Nintendo has responded to a recent Greenpeace ranking that criticised the company for wasteful practices.
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.
Peripheral manufacturer Mad Catz has admitted it paid to detach itself from the Guitar Hero games.
The spouses of some developers at Rockstar have complained about the working conditions at the studio.
This month we've got Intel's new CPUs and other nifty bits of hardware weighing in from CES. Has it made a change to our recommendations? Read on to find out!
Nintendo is still the most eco-unfriendly company, says Greenpeace.
Rumours are spinning that Modern Warfare 3 may not be developed by Infinity Ward or Treyarch.
Valve has posted the results of the December 2009 hardware survey.
Steve Ballmer kicked off the Consumer Electronics Show 2010 with a keynote on what Microsoft has planned for us all this year. There's some good news for Xbox 360 owners, some developments in car-tech and a range of new types of PC.
With anticipation mounting higher than Everest, MSI and Lucid have big, bold performance statements to fill. With the ability to run a mix of different graphics cards together in multi-GPU setups, and promising performance better than what Nvidia and ATI offer - we put these claims to the test.
Microsoft has confirmed that Natal, the new video controller for the Xbox 360, will be released in time for Christmas this year.
Microsoft has confirmed that Alan Wake will see a 2010 release bolstered with episodic expansions.
Duke Nukem voice actor Jon St. John has indicated Duke Nukem Forever may still be in the works.