Milestone after milestone, Rovio has never slowed down from the get go since the coming of Angry Birds, what with having even gone to the unforeseeable extent of becoming a cultural icon and paraphernalia in the form of shirts, packpacks, soft toys and much more seen almost everywhere these days.
The controversial pedestrian-killing game Carmageddon will make a return thanks to a Kickstarter project to raise $400,000.
Steampunk first-person shooter BioShock Infinite has been delayed until next year, with developer Irrational Games blaming the delay on a desire to polish the game further.
Ubisoft has revealed initial concept art and an early concept demo for Assassin's Creed, giving some unique insight into how the game was originally conceived.
Blizzard has announced that Diablo 3 will feature “global play,” letting players in any region around the world play on any server they want.
THQ and Relic Entertainment have announced Company of Heroes 2, the sequel to the popular real-time strategy game, which will see players face off in the harsh winters of Russia.
The Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War Ultimate Collection is now available to purchase, combining all previous versions of the popular real-time strategy series set in Game Workshop's futuristic war-torn setting.
The creator of the popular Minecraft game has criticised big shot gaming company Electronic Arts, claiming it is “destroying” gaming.
A new feature has made its way into the latest Steam beta client which gives users some more flexibility in terms of managing their game downloads.
No more than a couple days after we learned of its release date, that being November 13th this year, Activision has unveiled the first official trailer for Call of Duty: Black Ops II.
Bethesda will provide details today of the first downloadable content (DLC) for its popular role-playing game Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim.
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.
May Payne is a third-person shooter video game launched in 2001, and was the first to feature the unique bullet time-based gun-fights that was also used in the movie, The Matrix. VR-Zone was at Rockstar Games office for a sneak peek of their latest game, Max Payne 3, which is due to launch next month.
The first quarter of 2012 has been very rough on social games giant Zynga, with the company posting a large loss and internal strife casting doubt over the future of the company.
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
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.