Gamescom 2011 - The world's biggest public games show kicks off next week. It's so big even Luke is going. Right now, in fact. Bye Luke!
Out of nowhere, there's rumours flying around tonight that Valve is on the cusp of revealing a new game.
It's not Episode 3, but for many, it will be the next best thing: More »
Just for the record, if you're going to play Battlefield 3 on the PC, you're going to create and use an Electronic Arts Origin account. Period. Developer DICE has confirmed what, really, shouldn't be a surprise to anyone, a couple days ago on Twitter.
This covers retail copies on DVD, but we can... More »
Rockstar North is a video game developer known and respected the world over as the creators and continued custodians of the core Grand Theft Auto series.
That's earned it a reputation as a specialist in the field of mature, cinematic video games. More »
Put aside the platform pissing match between EA and Valve over Battlefield 3 for a moment, PC fans, and let's all enjoy a nice custom PC casemod based on DICE's upcoming shooter.
Marketing team SeeBark Media built this wonderful custom PC in honour of Battlefield 3, emblazoning the side with labels... More »
Some video game movies are...OK. Most are terrible. Why is that? Allow a guy who makes video game movies for a living (try and) explain.
Paul W.S. Anderson has been involved with every Resident Evil movie since the first one all the way back in 2002, and thinks the reason most game adaptations suck... More »
After a range of teeny little downloadable content packs, Creative Assembly's Total War: Shogun 2 will next month be getting its first serious expansion, called Rise of the Samurai.
It sends the game back in time (well, further back in time), and kicks off 400 years before the events of Shogun 2. More »
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