Ubisoft has announced plans to resuscitate Charles Cecil's Broken Sword games by bringing the originals to the Wii and DS.
From ex-LucasArts alum Bill Tiller comes a new family adventure about a Vampire who dreams of being an opera singer and her quest to make her way to Paris and become a star. Is A Vampyre Story another classic adventure, or is the reek of garlic too much to bear?
Tim Schafer, lead designer on Grim Fandango, has released the original design document for the game ten years later.
Scott Miller, CEO of 3D Realms and the producer behind both of the Max Payne games has added his voice to those displeased with the movie.
Initial reviews are out on the new Max Payne movie adaptation starring Max Wahlberg and the news isn't good.
Ron Gilbert has spoken on what he thinks needs to change within the games industry if it is to move forward in the coming years.
Lucasarts could be looking at reviving the adventure game genre if only the hardware wasn't a problem. Wait, what?
We know all about overclocking, or at least we thought we did. Turns out that overclocking isn't actually anything to do with increasing the performance of a system component. It's actually a psychological thriller from House of Tales. Weird, eh?
The makers of Fahrenheit are eyeing up some of the best Hollywood actors to get involved in their new game, Heavy Rain after claiming to shatter the Uncanny Valley.
Comedian Artie Lange may have just dropped a bombshell for adventure game fans with the news that he is playing a character in a new Larry game.
Tim Schafer has unveiled his next game, Brutal Legend, a heavy-metal influenced third person action game for 360 and PS3.
Super-Ego games has just announced that it will be developing a series of new episodic adventure games for the PlayStation 3 to be sold over PSN.
As part of our continuing feature on game design, we chat to Dave Grossman and David Cage about how adventure games are written. Whether you're a budding game designer or just a fan with a passion for puzzles, you'll be sure to find this interesting.
We've got copies of the new piratey MMO to give away to three lucky winners, plus keys for two weeks of free gameplay for 50 more scurvy dogs.
Simon the Sorcerer, Guybrush Threepwood wanna-be, may soon be heading to the US after a recent announcement about the adventure game series.
Been polishing your keyboard in preparation for John Woo’s Stranglehold later this year? Well, now you can start doing something more productive and get your PC specced up beforehand.
In the US, federal customs agents have raided more than 30 businesses across sixteen states in search of console mod chips.
Yesterday marked twenty years since Leisure Suit Larry burst on to the computers of pubescent boys everywhere. Boy, how time flies.
Today marks the official 40th anniversary of video games, begun way back when two engineers played "The Bucket Filling Game". Amazing to think that we got from that to Crysis in only forty years.
Ron Gilbert has now been officially attached to the upcoming episodic Penny Arcade game.
New bit-tech Staff Writer, Joe Martin, introduces himself and talks about the problems fanboys pose in our industry.
Lucasarts new console game, Fracture, promises to be literally groundbreaking
Confused by Katamari? Dazed by DoA? Stunned by Shenmue? We take a trip through some of the weirdest plotlines ever to grace a computer game and ask - are games developers insane?