Star Citizen passes $200m, announces free flight week
Still an alpha, though.
Follows Sony's PSP Go path.
Intel tweaks its six-core K-series CPU, but can the Core i5-9600K do any better than the lacklustre Core i5-8600K?
Will launch a Definitive Edition on consoles.
'Risked undermining the heart of our game.'
NeverRealm Studios' latest brawler is remarkable, a mass of content in a tidy DC-branded package.
Will likely stop short of OASIS.
Begins work on another Disney game.
Refunds must be claimed manually.
Latest patch no panacea.
Mad Max's open world is brilliantly realised, but it proves to be a wasted land.
No fixes for the biggest flaws yet.
Rocksteady's final Batman game is a fitting conclusion to the series.
Apologises for poor port performance.
Mortal Kombat X is a safe but sturdy sequel to NetherRealm's 2009 reboot.
Download only, in the UK.
Techland's free-running zombie game is a breath of fresh air in a tired genre.
Rick simply walks into Mordor and discovers an excellent game waiting there.
Microsoft is in talks to get sell off its TV production company, Xbox Entertainment Studios.
Batman: Arkham Knight is due for a January release according to Batman voice actor Kevin Conroy.
More tweaks needed to Dead Island successor.
A Lego Marvel comic character adventure game? Well okay then...
We take a first look at DC Comics' upcoming new beat 'em up.
Holy hand grenades, Batman! It's an Arkham City review!
Batman voice-actor Kevin Conroy confirms existence of downloadable episodes of Arkham City.
The difficult third chapter in the FEAR series has landed. We take a look.
Developer Rocksteady has confirmed that Catwoman is playable in Batman: Arkham City.
Director Christopher Nolan has mentioned the possibility of an Inception computer game.
Jeri Ryan has explained the story behind a new Mortal Kombat trailer on the internet.
Warner Bros. has announced a sequel to Monolith's creepy shooter series, FEAR 3.
Warner Bros. has confirmed the development of Batman: Arkham Asylum 2.
Wanted: Weapons of Fate follows the journey of uber-assassin Wesley Gibson five hours after where the film left off. With iconic moves such as bending bullets, Wesley must kill his way to the real truth about his parents and the deadly Fraternity that killed them.
With trembling hands, we pick up acour gamepads and take a long look into the face of fear. Or F.E.A.R, rather. F.E.A.R 2, that is. Project Origin, to give it the full title. Or Subtitle. Whatever, you know what we mean; it's a hands-on preview of F.E.A.R 2: Project Origin, like the title says.
Warner Bros. has announced a series of new episodic action games based on the upcoming film adaptation of The Watchmen comic.