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?
Steve Ballmer kicked off the Consumer Electronics Show 2010 with a keynote on what Microsoft has planned for us all this year. There's some good news for Xbox 360 owners, some developments in car-tech and a range of new types of PC.
AMD's bottom-end Phenom X3 710 can reportedly have it's fourth core unlocked to give you a dirt cheap quad-core CPU.
Today is International Day to End Violence Against Sex Workers and those involved are quick to tell us why they think violence in the industry is a problem.
Rockstar has said at a recent Sony event that they will try to support multiplayer for up to sixteen players, though on which platform they'll support it is unclear.
NCSoft has announced that Auto Assault will close its doors on August 31st.
JT and Take-Two may be feuding again, despite the truce they declared not-so-long-ago.
Riding on the wave of the massive sales of Gears of War, Mark Rein has said the series could go beyond a mere trilogy. Mario, GTA and Final Fantasy - watch out.
A source has let slip that the 360 and PS3 will have different exclusive GTA content. Will the consumer end up forking out more money? Probably.
The Bully trailer has just been released - probably surprising a few people. Looks like Thompson is still going to have a good moan though.
Fun and games in the gaming industry today with both Rockstar and Eidos involved in legal cases
We take a First Look at NCSoft's MMOG for rev-heads: Auto Assault, where Mad Max meets Everquest.
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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