Gigabyte's sub-£400 X570 board offers similar features to more expensive models.
John Romero's unofficial fifth episode to The Ultimate Doom shows the veteran designer can still rip and tear with the best of them.
The craziest Crosshair Formula ever lands on X570.
Huawei blockade drops demand.
Profit margins to jump a point or more.
Bucks the general PC market's trend.
Largest ever quarterly decline in shipments.
Double Fine studio head Tim Shafer has slammed the practise of studios axing development teams at the close of projects.
Lionhead is to lose an undisclosed number of employees following the completion of Fable: The Journey.
Gamers have been offered a rare insight into the operations of Valve with the publication of its employee handbook.
Electronic Arts has said that it still sees a future for physical media.
EA's Frank Gibeau has promised that free-to-play games can be as profitable as console games.
2K Games has changed its US PR company after it tweeted it would blacklist journalists.
Nintendo's share price has hit a five year low after the Wii U announcement.
Valve has said it is more profitable per employee than either Google or Apple.
Nintendo of America president Reggie Fils-Aime has criticised pricing practices for mobile games.
Paradox Interactive's CEO, Fredrik Wester, has rubbished some of the myths plaguing PC gamers.
THQ has unveiled a new logo which shows a commitment to 'change, innovation and creative growth'.
Blizzard's Greg 'Ghostcrawler' Street says retail stores are still important for PC games.
Blizzard has claimed the PC games industry is in excellent health.
The latest Guitar Hero title has sold just 86,000 copies on all formats.
Chris talks to GOG.com about chasing game rights and the struggle to sell DRM-free titles.
Activision may be planning to spin off game cutscenes into feature length movies.
ELSPA, Steam and Game sales charts for the UK.
THQ has declared that it feels no sympathy for purchasers of second hand game sales.
July 11 2019 | 15:40
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