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Marvel is to receive the TT Games Lego treatment later this year.
Worms developer Team 17 has announced a new Crazy Golf spin-off game.
Flying World Hog has announced a new hard sci-fi shooter, called Hard Reset.
Nintendo and its partners have announced the first flotilla of games for the Wii U.
EA has announced plans to launch a new digital platform, dubbed Origin.
Outspoken Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer announces Windows 8 to a Japanese developers conference.
Nintendo has confirmed that it will be launching a new console, codenamed Project Cafe, next year.
Ubisoft has announced Rocksmith, a new guitar game intended to teach gamers to play real guitar.
Mojang Productions, the company behind Minecraft, has announced a new game called Scrolls.
Paradox Interactive has announced Sengoku, a new strategy game based in feudal Japan.
Independent developer Brain Candy has announced Fray, a new turn-based multiplayer strategy game.
Ubisoft has announced a new chapter in the Call of Juarez series, The Cartel.
Namco has announced a new Ridge Racer title for PC, Xbox 360 and PS3.
Electronic Arts has announced that a Crysis 2 PC demo is on the way too.
Sony has announced a new PSP, called the Next Generation Portable, or NGP.
Crytek, makers of Crysis and Far Cry, have announced a new multiplayer shooter.
Ubisoft and Outerlight have announced a new multiplayer shooter, Bloody Good Time.
Atari has announced a new PC exclusive RPG, Neverwinter.
Irrational Games and 2K have announced a new BioShock game, BioShock Infinite.
Microsoft has given Nvidia's low cost Ion platform Windows Vista WHQL certification. Nvidia expects the first Ion-based products to be released this summer.
Intel has demonstrated the world's first 32nm processors and announed massive plans for its latest process technology.
Electronic Arts has announced Battlefield 1943 following the rumours circulating around the internet over the past few days.
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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