Rovio has just reached yet another milestone in rapid pace with an announcement pertaining to its latest entry in the Angry Birds franchise, Angry Birds Space. The game has tipped a staggering 50 million downloads in just 35 days.
Bethesda will provide details today of the first downloadable content (DLC) for its popular role-playing game Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim.
Crytek caused major controversy last week when it said that a used games ban on next-generation consoles would be “absolutely awesome,” but after a player backlash the studio now says its comments were “not intended to be taken seriously.”
Nintendo has announced a new colour for its 3DS handheld gaming console, Midnight Purple, set to release with Mario Tennis Open in late May.
Dell has launched three new Alienware laptops to fulfil the needs of mobile gamers, with a wide variety of choices available for an ideal gaming rig.
Thanks to some revealing information on its newly available pre-order cards we now have something solid to assume the date in which Black Ops II will be launched.
Following an announcement pertaining to its latest financial results, Satoru Iwata, the leader of Nintendo has made a statement that directly indicates the company's intention to withhold information on the launch date and pricing for its next-gen Wii U home console while at E3 2012.
The UK branch of Crytek, which was known as Free Radical before Crytek bought it, has dismissed rumours of a fourth instalment of its popular TimeSplitters series.
Electronic Arts and BioWare have launched Star Wars: The Old Republic in nearly 40 new countries, including Eastern Europe and the Middle East, marking the latest in a series of expansions for the four-month old MMO.
Crytek, the developer behind the popular Crysis first-person shooter series, is calling for next-generation consoles to block used games, describing the idea as “absolutely awesome.”
The third iteration in the much loved Max Payne franchise scheduled for release at the end of next month on PC will not only have the pissed off ex-cop inflicting pain on his enemies in a fit of vengeful rage, but also on your available storage capacity! – Rockstar has released the official system requirements
EA and Crytek have released a trailer that shows the first gameplay footage of Crysis 3, which promises to be an action-packed visual treat.
Sony has launched Skype video calling on its PlayStation Vita handheld gaming system.
A new downloadable content (DLC) update for Batman: Arkham City, featuring Harley Quinn, will launch next month.
Nintendo has announced a new Super Mario Bros. Game for the 3DS and a Kirby compilation game for the Wii to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the platformer series.
Some good news for Prey fans after rumour begun circulating around a month ago that the sequel to Prey had been cancelled. Thanks to a short blog posting earlier this morning from Bethesda directly we now know it hasn't been cancelled and development continues.
It's been revealed that British based game studio Codemasters is shifting focus entirely back on games of the racing genre, ditching all other genres (primarily action) to get back to its roots and focus on a genre they've always been more passionate about.
UK games developer and publisher Codemasters is abandoning action titles in favour of its more popular racing games.
The first cinematic trailer has just been released for Bethesda's next big game release, Dishonored; scheduled to arrive on the Xbox 360, PS3 and PC later in the year.
A games retailer situated in South Africa has leaked out info to suggest two of Electronic Arts' upcoming projects; quite big ones in the form of a couple of game sequels.