Budget in price, mainstream in aspiration.
Despite a shaky beginning, Turtle Rock's cooperative shooter is a worthy successor to Left4Dead.
After years trapped in licensing hell, the classic action-RPG is back. But does it still hold up in the days of Dark Souls?
TimeGate, the studio partly responsible for Aliens: Colonial Marines, has laid off approximately 25 staff.
Unless Zynga abandons an alleged plan to outsource 1,000 jobs to India, Anonymous states it will release confidential files and the company's catalogue of games.
Sources point to 20-30% cuts in engineering, sales.
if you fancy working full time with PC hardware and technology then we have good news - Asus UK is hiring a component technical support person. It's a great place to start in the industry.
Phil Schiller, VP of Product Marketing at Apple, has said that Jobs' planned end-of-June return is still on.
John Carmack is working on bringing Doom 3 to the iPhone, after a meeting with Apple about how to improve the iPhone for gaming.
The TIGA trade body has warned the UK government that unless tax breaks are applied to the games industry then more than 1700 jobs will be lost.
Tech job listing specialist Dice.com has released its monthly Dice Report, which shows a massive 40.4 percent drop in job listings compared with this time last year.
A new survey by TIGA has found that gamer programmers are very hard to find and that most game developers think the industry needs tax incentives.
We have learned from several anonymous tipsters that AMD has culled a large portion of its workforce at its UK headquarters in Frimley today.
Midway has revealed that the New York Stock Exchange has warned the company that its stock may soon be de-listed.
Apple reckons that the iPhone is the future of gameplay and that the Sony PSP and Nintendo DS are stuck in the past. Hm.
In a recent interview John Carmack has said that the reason Apple hasn't been big on games is because of CEO Steve Jobs.
Apple fan site MacRumours has compiled a list of information regarding the iPhone App Store, due to officially launch this Thursday. The good news is it includes a bunch of freebies!
Bioware, developers of Mass Effect and the Baldur's Gate games, is reportedly looking closely at the iPhone as a gaming platform.
It seems an odd choice of platform, but Crysis developer Crytek is looking to move to the PSP it seems.
As expected, Steve Jobs announced the iPhone 3G during his WWDC keynote speech at the Moscone Centre in San Francisco.
Microsoft has confirmed that it is now recruiting developers to work on a new Halo game with Peter 'One Ring' Jackson.
We're down at BBC Television Studios in London to cover Steve Jobs' Macworld 2008 Keynote Address as it happens. The event starts at 5PM GMT - check back for regular updates.
The iPhone and iPod Touch have been opened to developers, so a wealth of third party games and apps could be on the horizon.
Apparently, Valve would have made a version of Half-Life 2, Episodes included, for the Mac - but it would have cost $1 Million to buy the rights for the porting.
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