Halo Reach is a solid PC port and remains a decent shooter, although it has dated more than we expected.
Triple-fan cooler, mild overclock, basic RGB - worth it over Founders?
Who do you think deserves the crown for 2019?
A trademark for the third entry in the cult classic Dreamcast series Shenmue has been declared as a hoax.
Complaints about depictions of the Russian army have lead to some shops withdrawing it from sale.
Sega is demanding close to a $1m in Company of Heroes 2 pre-order money from THQ.
Company of Heroes returns to take on the ice cold Eastern front.
Sega has signed a deal for Nintendo to be the exclusive publisher of the next three Sonic titles.
A handheld version of the Sega Mega Drive will be shown off at the Gadget Show Live later this week.
Looking at why the demo was so different.
Japan-exclusive launch for nostalgia fans.
Total War developer The Creative Assembly has struck a deal with miniature peddler Games Workshop to use the Warhammer license.
Sega has confirmed it's cancelling games and laying off staff due to poor financial performance.
The Creative Assembly has released a new DLC pack that ramps up the blood, gore and violence.
FM 2012 promises much, but is it a top signing or is it headed for the transfer list?
Sega has confirmed Sega Generations will be released for PC.
The developer behind Just Cause 2 is back with a new top-down shooter. We take a look.
Sports Interactive has announced this year’s release of Football Manager, and its new features.
The predictions thrown up by Football Manager 2005 may not be accurate, but they are fun.
Creative Assembly has moved the celebrated strategy series back to Japan. We check it out.
What can we expect from the new season, which kicks off on Friday 5 November?
We've been playing Alpha Protocol again recently, for some reason. Hmm.
Sega has officially canned plans to make Alpha Protocol 2.
Sega is planning to bring more than 20 Dreamcast classics to Xbox Live Arcade and the PlayStation Network.
November 22 2019 | 13:00
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