Despite crass humour and over-the-top weapons, Postal 3 doesn't provide any surprises.
We explore the level of abuse that female gamers have to tolerate in online games.
Rockstar is apparently rushing to fix the plethora of issues that PC owners are having with Grand Theft Auto IV.
Grand Theft Auto PC has finally arrived after a good few months of waiting. Is Niko's quest for revenge and fortune as exciting and interesting as it was the first time around? We take a look to see if GTA is better on PC or console.
Microsoft has announced that Grand Theft Auto IV will be coming to the PC exclusively under the Games for Window banner.
Is Grand Theft Auto for the Wii on the cards? It seems likely after comments from Rockstar that they plan to continue working with Nintendo.
Rockstar's Sam Houser has spoken recently on one what he thinks is one of the most misunderstood things in gaming; casual gamers.
Rockstar has finally given an official date and confirmation to the PC version of Grand Theft Auto IV.
The BBFC has responded to claims that the new ratings systems suggested in the Byron report could cause delays and increased costs.
Speaking to Eurogamer earlier today, Blizzard has discussed the possibility of giving World of Warcraft a complete graphical overhaul.
Rockstar has signed to bring downloadable content for GTA 4 only to the Xbox 360 - but does that mean the PS3 will be left out in the cold?
Grand Theft Auto IV has landed and we've all finally been let loose in Liberty City. It was billed as one of the best games ever made even before release, but now we have a chance to see for ourselves and make our own minds up - check out our thoughts in our detailed review.
The island of Singapore has formally introduced a new rating system for games that seems remarkably sensible compared to Western equivalents.
Speaking about how many petition signatures it would take to stop him directing, Uwe Boll said one million would be enough.
Confused about the pay-to-play weaponry and DLC on offer in the upcoming Bad Company? Well, listen closely then...
A man responsible for downloading personal data from at least eighty-three individuals via P2P software and fraudulently using their identities has been sentenced to four years imprisonment.
Xbox UK boss Neil Thompson has said that he prefers the PEGI rating system to the BBFC in a frank interview with GI.biz.
New details on GTA IV have slipped out - this time about how the drinking minigame system will work and what physics systems add to it.
According to The Guardian, that's just what UK gamers have to look forward to as the government considers new rating systems.
EA is venturing out into the free games market with Battlefield Heroes, a Team Fortress 2 inspired take on the Battlefield series.
An American study has just been released which shows that almost half of all children trying to buy an M-rated game are able to do so.
The writers of the new The Simpsons game talk about GTA developer Rockstar and the complaints they've had from the company. Beware: smack talk within!
The ESRB has revealed Governor Chris Gregoire as the new Washington spokeswoman to promote awareness.
Rockstar has said at a recent Sony event that they will try to support multiplayer for up to sixteen players, though on which platform they'll support it is unclear.
World in Conflict for the Xbox 360 has just been delayed apparently, quite massively too. In fact, it won't be out until next year for 'inspecific' reasons. No nukes for Microsoft then.
UK Prime Minister Gordon Brown has outlined plans for a public review of violent and sexual images in games.
Rumours that Leipzig GC may have been moving to Munich may prove to be unfounded - and it turns out they couldn't move until 2009 at the earliest.
Take-Two announce that GTA IV has been officially delayed until the second quarter of next year on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. Check inside to find out why.
Rockstar's Hosi Simon talks about the platform differences between the 360 and PS3 versions of GTA IV. He isn't supposed to favour a specific platform, but guess what...
The producer of Condemned 2: Bloodshot tells of how the Manhunt 2 controversy has affected the development of his game and how some parts of the game have been cut already.
Hordes of dead gnomes rain down on the plains of Azeroth in an incredibly elaborate example of in-game advertising.
EA has been bitch-slapped by the Advertising Standards Authority for irresponsible advertising.
Addiction experts conclude that video game addiction is not a mental disorder.
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 ESRB has given a preliminary Adults Only rating to both versions of Manhunt 2 in America.
The game Law & Order: Double or Nothing has been pulled from shelves across the UK due to objectionable content.
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.
Should the UK government offer more support to games developers? Free Radical thinks so.