3D Realms seeks play-testers for new Build Engine title
First since 1999.
NES and SNES carts hit this December.
Major upgrade over the original Gamebuino.
Reports suggest a Pi-like Arm board inside.
3.3V flash likely to blame.
And all for free - or £2 if you don't want ads.
1986's smash hit reborn.
Serious specs for a micro classic.
Aim to create an online library.
Like the BFI, but for games.
Site still to close, though.
Claims trademark abuse to censor show.
'A true transmedia project,' says Cyan.
Disney has closed its in-house game studio and moved to licensing arrangement for Star Wars and Indiana Jones.
Troubles not yet over for Bushnell's baby.
Sony has closed Studio Liverpool, previously known as Psygnosis.
What's the world coming to when 8/10 is perceived as a bad score?
The OpenPandora project has opened pre-ordering for its relaunched hand-held console.
Sega has confirmed Sega Generations will be released for PC.
Replay Games has announced a series of HD remakes of Leisure Suit Larry.
EA has revealed Starbreeze's new project; a 'revival' of Syndicate as an FPS.
John Carmack has confirmed that id Software will continue the tradition of releasing old source code.
Social gaming giant Zynga claims games should be free.
Fantasy Flight has announced it is to develop a board game based on Gears of War.
Duke Nukem Forever has been delayed from May until June.
The BAFTA awards for computer games have been handed out, with COD and Mass Effect winning big.
The nominations have been revealed for the public-voted Game award at the 2011 BAFTAs.
Sony has explained why ports of classic PSone games take so long to see release.
Duke Nukem Forever has been confirmed for a May 3rd release in the US, May 6th elsewhere.
DotEmu.com has re-release The Last Express, Jordan Mechner's oft-forgotten classic.
THQ has unveiled a new logo which shows a commitment to 'change, innovation and creative growth'.