Heaven's Vault Review
Sony talks PS5 as Microsoft launches Xbox One S All-Digital Edition
One due a lot sooner than the other.
Divinity: Fallen Heroes Interview with Larian Studios
'If they die, they die.'
At the Blizzard Worldwide Invitational in Paris, Blizzard has unveiled the long awaited sequel to Diablo 2 for PC and Mac.
Everybody thinks they could run the government better than the current administration, but how many of us would really have the stones to give it a go? Now is the chance to test your charm and smarm in Stardock's new political simulation.
Civilization, one of the best-loved and most successful PC games ever, has made the move to consoles. Do the new friendly graphics and interface hide a game with the same depth and cunning, or has the franchise finally fallen flat? We find out.
Sony has indicated in corporate strategy meetings that it will be updating to a new 65nm graphics chip this year.
Lucasarts has quietly extended it's downsizing to the team behind The Force Unleashed too, firing many talented developers.
It seems like lots of people have been picking up Linux love since our Build Your Own Server article. So this time, Ken's back to bring it one step further - making your own home network router. Buckle up and get ready to dive into the world of iptables!
Ubisoft has finally unveiled the first info on Prince of Persia: The Fallen King, the DS tie-in for the upcoming re-launch of the franchise.
Electronic Arts has voiced concerns that the new rating systems outlined by the Byron report may cause delays in UK releases.
David Cage, the director of Fahrenheit and Omikron, explains how his new game will attempt to tackle emotions in a brand new way.
Sony is once again rumoured to be working on developing a PlayStation branded mobile phone for gaming.
Spore: Galactic Edition has been unveiled by EA Maxis and includes a whole host of wonderful little extras.
EA Sports has announced it will bundle peripherals with future games, though platforms and games are still unannounced.
The UK Trading Standards Agency is voicing objections to online games retailers who don't check the age restrictions on games that they sell.
Lead Programmer Chris Kline was obviously delighted that BioShock turned out such a success, but admits that he didn't expect it to happen...
Early images of a new PlayStation network feature have been leaked, apparently showing images of new 'trophy cards'.
The developers of Limbo of the Lost claim that they weren't aware the game had broken any copyright laws.
HP has announced the donation of its Advanced File System to the open source community under the GNU General Public License, making it suitable for inclusion into Linux.
Contrary to rumours that Forza 3 will be shipping on two discs, sources at Turn 10 say this is not the case.
Bioware, the developer behind NWN, KOTOR and other initials, is looking to develop games for the PSP and Wii.
The Witcher: Enhanced Edition has been officially detailed and dated by developer CD Projekt Red.
Introversion's Mark Morris has gone through how to develop an idea, prototype it and approach publishers. Now, you're ready to negotiate a deal and Mark is on hand to give you a guide on what to expect, complete with some entirely fictitious examples...
As Kane's Wrath prepares to launch on Xbox 360, we chat to executive producer Jim Vesella about the future of the C&C franchise, working with Joe Kucan, the difference between PC and console RTS games and how Red Alert 3 is shaping up...
2K Games has just announced that the SecuROM anti-pirate software included in BioShock has now been completely removed.
April 24 2019 | 22:00
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