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King of the hill.
Hadean showcases Aether Engine.
Evesham Technology has gone into administration, citing the Home Computing Initiative being closed at short notice as a cause.
Japanese thermal design experts take apart an old Xbox 360 and one which has been repaired this year to check just what's going on inside Microsoft's beige box.
GayGamer.net has been taken offline due to hate speech postings on the forums and repeated denial of service of attacks on the internets only site for gay gamers.
Carmack and co. have had a very busy week at QuakeCon '07, unveiling a new title and two Quake remakes. Check out the trailer for Rage within.
You've seen the film, adored the cartoon and bought all the toys. There's only one question left on your mind and that's whether or not the new game is more than meets the eye...
In this week's poll, we ask what your favourite game genre is. Whether you're an FPS fanatic or a World of Warcraft junkie, this is the poll for you.
We've been behind the sword, on the sword, in the sword and in front of the sword a hundred times before. Finally though, Dan Boaden goes Beyond the Sword in the new Civ IV expansion pack.
Take-Two announce that GTA IV has been officially delayed until the second quarter of next year on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. Check inside to find out why.
Mark it in your diary, cancel your meetings, send the wife and kids on holiday and take some time off work. Take the phone off the hook too - EA has announced the Crysis release date.
In the US, federal customs agents have raided more than 30 businesses across sixteen states in search of console mod chips.
Rockstar Games has officially sought to appeal the BBFC ban on Manhunt 2, the gory game which was the source of much controversy just a few short weeks ago.
Yesterday it was revealed that day and night cycles had been cut from Project Gotham Racing 4 because of space issues on the DVD. Today, the developer says that isn't the case.
Asustek (or just, Asus) is to stop making barebones systems in favour of complete PCs.
New Zealand's boss of Sony lets slip news that the company is hoping to make a digital TV tuner available for the PlayStation 3 by 2008.
PGR4 won't fit on a DVD and the developers have had to remove day/night cycles to make room. Meanwhile, Sony boasts about how great Blu-ray is.
Crytek head honcho Cevat Yerli recently told gaming press that Crysis could see a port to consoles, though PC is still the main focus for the game.
Mark Rein, VP of Epic, reckons that DX10 won't see major adoption thanks to the thriving console market and that Crysis will be the pinnacle of gaming for years to come.
Project Offset, the upcoming FPS/RPG from Team Offset, has just had its first gameplay trailer released. It. Looks. Gorgeous. Updated!
We first reported Commodore's re-entry into the market back at CeBit 2007. Finally, a retail sample has reached the bit-tech labs - we take it for a grilling to see if it really is worthy of the Commodore name.
As a follow-up to the success of Lego Star Wars, Traveller's Tales has announced Lego Indiana Jones - or should that be Lego Henry Jones Junior?
Did you enter our The Darkness competition? Well, in that case you'll want to check to see if you're one of the five winners, won't you?
Sword of The New World, the new MMO from K2, is free to play its most basic form. Since we've never been one to thumb our noses at free goodies, we take a look at just how grand Granado Espada is.
Ubisoft has unveiled the début trailer for its game based on TV series Lost at this years Comic Con. Suspense! Mystery! Large amounts of people with daddy issues!
Sony plans to break even on the PlayStation 3 by March 2008 apparently, thanks to reduced production costs and a smaller chip size.
Jordan Mechner, creator of The Prince of Persia, has revealed that a new chapter of the titular Prince's adventures will be released in an upcoming graphic novel.
Microsoft signs an in-game advertising deal for a number of new EA games, including Madden, Skate and NHL game, on PC and Xbox 360 platforms.