Xbox One VR, AR plans officially dropped
Microsoft not following Sony's lead.
Largest public esports studio in the UK.
Another boon for console-monitor pairings.
The controversial Postal 2 has been included as part of an interactive exhibit in the Nobel Museum about free speech.
The UK's Intellectual Property minister says he will not advise the government to legislate against game and music piracy.
According to sales data from last year videogames managed to outsell the combined forces of DVD and Blu-ray last year.
Peter Molyneux's Lionhead Studios has confirmed that there are no current plans to make Fable 2 for the PC.
Midway has, despite flagging sales and struggling finances, announced a new Mortal Kombat game.
Braid creator Jonathan Blow has openly disagreed with the WGA awards, calling it more of a membership drive.
A new study has determined that, contrary to what Jack Thompson would have us believe, games and crime rates don't correlate.
Ubisoft has confirmed seven new releases for this coming fiscal year, including Assassin's Creed 2 and Red Steel 2.
The war of the words has continued on lately, with Microsoft's Aaron Greenberg claiming that competitor Sony is out of touch with the market.
EA boss John Riccitiello has reaffirmed the drive EA is trying to make towards more quality titles and less cash-ins.
Quake Wars developer Splash Damage has said that developers are under huge pressures to achieve certain Metacritic scores.
Eidos has unveiled a new title from IO Interactive which looks set to buck the gritty trend the developer is known for.
A new study into violence in computer games has found that violent actions do not make games more appealing to players.
Square Enix has confirmed that the western version of Final Fantasy XIII won't launch until 2010, though it'll be out in Japan this year.
Eidos has announced that it is in preliminary talks with various suitors who may wish to buy the company.
Game has announced that it has partnered with SwapGame in the UK to launch a game rental service for customers.
EA is rumoured to have shut down the Brisbane office of Pandemic Studios, which the company bought alongside BioWare in 2007.
The haptic 3D motion controller, the Novint Falcon, is set to launch on consoles in the near future after gaining support for more games.
Electronic Arts has detailed, priced and dated the release of the downloadable content for Mirror's Edge.
According to Infinity Ward there are a number of faked Call of Duty 5 beta invites doing the rounds which are actually just phishing scams.
Former employees of Crystal Dynamics have confirmed that various nasty problems arose in the development of Underworld.
Eidos has announced that in response to falling stock prices it will be redesigning the Lara Croft character to make her more appealing.
A whole bunch of games have been given release dates today, to help usher in the new year.
CES 2009: Microsoft has announced a new eeriely familiar title for the Xbox 360, dubbed Kodu, which will let players create their own simple games.
Well colour us smug, but our paper based brethren are having a tough old time of it it seems. Not only has EGM been closed, but Hardcore Gamer is for sale.
Console sales apparently did well all round this Christmas, with all console makers claiming increased sales and profits.