Burnout developer Criterion Studios has claimed that, contrary to what EA has said, nobody has ever maxed out a console.
Criterion has finally announced the first paid-for DLC for Burnout Paradise, dubbed Big Surf Island.
A TV advert for the iPhone 3G, referring to the device as "really fast", has been pulled by the Advertising Standards Authority as misleading.
Criterion Games has unfortunately had to delay the anticipated Cagney update to Burnout Paradise by a week because of certification problems.
Graffiti artist Skullphone has been reported as being responsible for hacking in to ClearChannel's digital signage systems to insert his logo, but the truth is rather more mundane.
Simon Hill of Outerlight Studios tackles the concept of advertising in games and the despicable, dirty nature of designing advergaming. Is there a way out for developers who don't want to place advertising in their games? This column is sponsored by bit-tech.net.
Wondering why Burnout Paradise needed a HDD on the Xbox 360? Us too. It's a good thing that EA has let us know then.
Hell, yes. Burnout is back and we take to the roads of Paradise City once more. It's time to rev our engines, push the pedal to the metal and cause some carnage on the highways in brand new game modes and a huge, sandbox environment.
Did you think the Forza 2 downloadable content on Xbox Live was too expensive? Did you complain about it? Well then, here's your reward!
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.
A recent advert for Intel chips could be attracting some unwanted attention for racist undertones.
The future life of The Jetsons is near as Moller has announced the beginning of production for its M200G skycar.
Take-Two temporarily suspends plans to distribute Manhunt 2 on any platform following censorship and rating problems.
Nintendo announces that it will not release an AO rated title. Sony agrees.
The British Board of Film Classification has issued its second outright ban on a video game in a decade. Rockstar's Manhunt 2 will now be illegal to obtain in the UK.
The British Board of Film Classification has released a report studying the attitudes of Britains gaming communities
A lot of controversy swirls around the gaming industry when it comes to rating its content. Why do they do it? Who rates the games? And what are the legal obligations? We take a look at the ratings in the US, EU, and UK and start to sort some fact from fiction.
As graphics become increasingly realistic, the line between the game world and the real world becomes blurred. We examine the ethics of sex and violence in games and their impact on today's society.