HTC adds Oculus Rift support to Viveport
Aims to tempt developers.
Makes no mention of the Rewind project.
Sony streamlines and lightens the PS2, whilst letting Europeans know just what to expect in terms of PS3 price cuts. Is Sony going to be nice to Europe for once?
Love it or hate it, the latest Harry Potter game topped the UK charts last week. We have a look at the PC version to find out if it's more of a Prince or a Frog.
Lost Planet is a port of the successful, snow filled 360 game from Capcom which is available in DX9 and DX10 flavours. We grab a copy and see what we can find.
Rumours are a-flyin' on golden wings that Sony will cut the price of the PS3 by $100USD next week. Could the hare finally have woken up and realised it's in last place?
Hordes of dead gnomes rain down on the plains of Azeroth in an incredibly elaborate example of in-game advertising.
Matrox has entered the digital era with the TripleHead2Go, as it now comes complete with DVI ports and more. We find out if three-way is the way to go.
In an open letter to Xbox 360 owners, Xbox honcho Peter Moore apologises for Xbox 360 breakdowns and extends warranty period. Gamers breathe a sigh of relief.
The world development rankings are out again and apparently we just don't make them like we used to, sliding down a place in the chart.
Kuju's new studio announces development of a new game based on the Unreal Engine 3, which is apparently set in WWI.
Sony says it won't buy exclusive games for the PS3, but will instead earn exclusive games on the merit of its hardware.
User generated content exposes morons in Forza 2's fanbase as racist car designs continue to be auctioned off via Xbox Live.
The results of Edge's top 100 games are controversial, but entirely unsurprising.
NCSoft has announced that Auto Assault will close its doors on August 31st.
Rumours suggest that the Leipzig Games Convention may move next year.
Our City of Heroes competition is now closed, so check inside to see who won what!
We have a look at Asus' PG221, the company's new 22 inch widescreen gaming monitor. Will this do enough to take the crown from Samsung's SM215TW?
Ted Price of Insomniac Games reckons the PS3 has become a whipping boy for the media.
Just another in a long line of pants keyboards for gamers, or a device to finally challenge the Logitech G15? We find out.
MindQuiz is pulled from shelves because of offensive language.
A specialist repair shop has refused to continue taking Xbox 360s in to service due to rate of failure.
JT and Take-Two may be feuding again, despite the truce they declared not-so-long-ago.
EA has been bitch-slapped by the Advertising Standards Authority for irresponsible advertising.
Activision has confirmed the return of the Soldier of Fortune franchise.
Lucasarts has hinted it is planning to use Nintendo's Wiimote as a lightsaber in an upcoming title. Hopefully, it'll be better than Red Steel.
Bioware has taken control of the next instalment of Sonic the Hedgehog for the Nintendo DS.
Love it or hate it, digital distribution has become a huge part of the gaming industry and will stay that way. So we decided to take a sit down with the guys at Valve to hear where the biggest platform - Steam - is heading.