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?
Bethesda's Dishonoured stole the show for us at GamesCom 2011 this year. Here's a taster why.
Nvidia has hinted to Bit-Gamer that it is experimenting with game streaming technology.
Nvidia has told Bit-Gamer it is aiming to have 50 Tegra games on Android by 2012.
Epic has explained to Bit-Gamer why Gears of War 3 will not arrive on PC, ever.
Razer has announced its Battlefield 3-themed gaming peripherals set.
Dragons with jetpacks is only the start for this exciting new title.
Not many people finish singleplayer games, says the developer of War of Roses.
Sony has announced a UK roadshow at GamesCom 2011.
World of Warplanes will require more skill from players, says Wargaming.net CEO.
Proprietary APIs don't work, AMD has told us at GamesCom 2011.
EA will limit the initial sales of The Old Republic to ensure servers can cope.
World of Warplanes will be ready when it's done, says Wargaming.net.
Valve has confirmed that it will not ship DOTA 2 this year.
Ubisoft has silently reneged on promises to remove draconian DRM from the PC version of From Dust.
NCSoft has announced a new MMO, dubbed Wildstar, at GamesCom 2011.
Minecraft developer Mojang has announced that it will become a publisher as well as developer, the first title on the roster is action game Cobalt
We've been hands-on with the latest build of Croteam's irreverent old-school shooter.
Paradox Interactive has announced a new title at GamesCom 2011, War of the Roses.
Activision has confirmed dedicated servers for Modern Warfare 3.
CD Projekt has detailed the new update for The Witcher 2.
Blizzard has no plans for a Starcraft MMO, according to comments in the GamesCom 2011 conference.
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