Rick runs down the highlights of the coming year.
Despite huge ambition, Medal of Honor's VR adventure fails to go beyond the Call of Duty.
Bustin' makes me feel good.
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.
Britain has overtaken Japan and become the world's second biggest market for computer game systems and software.
EA has announced that it will be making a playable version of Wil Wright's Spore available at the upcoming SCI-FI show in London.
According to a recent UK poll, gaming in bed is more popular than, uh, other bedroom activities...
Andy Serkis, best known for playing Gollum in the LotR movies, has just launched a new initiative to encourage game development in the UK.
The Church has publicly forgiven Sony for their involvement with Resistance: Fall of Man on the PlayStation 3 after the game failed to win any BAFTAs.
Conservative Party leader, David Cameron, is due to unveil a mini-manifesto which will detail how to tackle crime by 'dealing with' violent computer games.
David Reeves talks about why Sony won't be cutting the price of the PlayStation 3 in the UK for a while...
The world development rankings are out again and apparently we just don't make them like we used to, sliding down a place in the chart.
Ted Price of Insomniac Games reckons the PS3 has become a whipping boy for the media.
UK Prime Minister (for now), Tony Blair, has publicly criticised Sony for using Manchester Cathedral in a violent PS3 game.
Sony has come under fire from The Church of England for supposedly desecrating Manchester Cathedral in-game.
The popular iTrip leads to the UK's communications regulator allowing the use of low-power FM transmitters by the general public.
Another one in London and another in Manchester, as well as Southampton. Business opportunity or fanboy venue?
The latest Nielsen numbers suggest that 40% of the UK's male population is checking out naked ladies on teh interweb.
December 11 2020 | 17:30
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