Killzone, Resogun and Knack reviews and Digital Foundry.
Launch title reviews, videos and Digital Foundry.
"I've been an oppressed EA developer!"
UPDATE: With added info.
Starring Blacklight external producer Jamie Firth.
Industry types say so in new GI.biz survey.
EGTV digs into the archives to bring you the story of how it all started.
Taking 2009 to another level.
We've already fled the country. All of them.
On we go.
Names, games, jaunts, outfits, humiliations.
Over half of Brits spend money on games.
Buy 5.4 games every three months.
Admits they're "not fair".
"It is a work in progress."
Miyamoto on 80 career score.
New: Star Wars! WWE! Sims 3! Rock Band!
Physical media way out in front.
But online revenues way up.
Starring Bethesda's Alistair Hatch.
Toy Story 3 goes in at five.
Tory MP discusses industry support.
"You’ll see some stuff within the year."
Splinter Cell tops software listing.
EA Natal/Move line-up reveal, too.
First EGTV Series debuts on 4th May.
PvZ! Fahrenheit! Technical things!
On Facebook, iPad, Minkley's Meat Ceiling and more.
Heavy Rain! Star Trek! Aliens vs. Sexual Predator!
BioShock 2! STALKER! PS3 hacking! Mike Tyson.
Former EA man slags off management.
Happy Christmas everyone!
Valve, Quantic Dream, Introversion, more.
But Pokemon takes Gold and Silver.
Publishing through Square Enix Europe.
EG's own Johnny Minkley gets involved.
So Reuters reckons. Plus: COD film.
Live coverage of Iwata and Kojima.
And a response to Peter Moore!
Better than Halo?
And choose which survive.
Starting with extensions of home games.
Finding Ellie a husband. Oh, and some games.
So says EA executive.
Ahead of Age of Conan and Haze.
Reactions to the Byron Report dissected.
All the most interesting bits in one place.
Won't start shooting in June after all.
Live, PSN, Virtual Console, Steam, Metaboli.
Results of Government report revealed.
Snubs EA, but not completely.
Shops sell out of moustaches, dungarees.
Looking back on the D&D creator's life and influence.
Not a big fan of own movie tie-ins.
Open beta testing to begin soon.
Gary Gygax passes away aged 69.
Crysis, BioShock, PES 2008.
On publishing, digital distribution and rejected names.
More on the five indie games.
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