Alex gets a new toy for the workshop.
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.
Call of Duty Elite may have annoyed some, but it also presents a brave new future for the industry.
The Unreal Engine 3 will officially be used for the new Sin City game, so tell your eyes to get ready for lots of shininess and blood.
UPDATED: No, we're not joking. Yes, they have promised. The teaser trailer for one of the most delayed games ever is now online!
Probably not, but there's some sources inside the company who are saying that the game may finally break from the vapourware shackles next year.
In a bold move, Gabe Newell says it may be up to gamers whether Half-Life continues in the episodic mould or returns to a normal release format after the current trilogy finishes.
Joe Martin talks about episodic distribution and how to use it to revive the adventure game genre. Can episodic gaming be a success?
MumboJumbo has announced it will be making a game based on Ricky Gervais' The Office. Oh noes.
Valve announces that it will be bringing a major update to Steam, details inside.
American McGee has announced he will be creating a new, massive episodic action game based on the fairy stories of The Brothers Grimm.
For everyone looking forward to the next installment of SiN episodes, we have some bad news - it's been cancelled.
Valve Software's Doug Lombardi has revealed that the upcoming Aftermath expansion pack has been renamed to Half-Life 2: Episode One, indicating that Half-Life 2 will become episodic.
Ritual have a new survey up asking the players what they'd like to see in multiplayer SiN. Give them your thoughts!
Valve have revealed the "secret" content planned for Half Life 2: Lost Coast - a DVD-style Audio Commentary, revealing insights from the developers on various aspects of the game.
Ritual have started talking about the pricing for the Sin episodes, to be downloadable via Steam. It's good news, folks...
The follow-up to the 1998 shooter is to be released on Valve's online distribution system and will be powered by Source.
July 11 2019 | 15:40
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