3D Realms offers fellow developer types the chance to muck about with its old days ninja-'em-up.
Why bother with an expensive "PC" or "mobile phone" when you can import a £200 games console to send text messages.
Have a go at both single and multiplayer modes of Mad Doc's new RTS.
Of the musical kind, thanks to some rising stars from the Academy of Contemporary Music.
Datel's latest "all-in-one game enhancer" hits the shelves this week.
Lionhead rules out online play - at least for now - and says the turtle won't be popping his head out again. Also: a release date estimate.
Or rather, Freedom Force, with Digital Jesters' new multiplayer web game. Which is free, by the way.
Try out a level of the Marvel mutants' new N-Gage adventure.
Retail sources say a follow-up to Four Swords will indeed make an appearance on the new handheld.
And no character cameos either, says producer Hiroaki Yotoriyama. Spoilsport.
Try your hand at blatting johnny foreigner on both land and sea with Pyro Studios' latest offering.
Europe set to get an extra 250,000 copies of World of Warcraft. And a new free trial offer too.
Okamoto, Mizuguchi and Sakaguchi drop a few more hints regarding their forthcoming Xbox 2 titles.
Ubisoft confirms that the classic turn-based strategy series is due to return in early 2006.
Shanghai man stabs fellow gamer to death following argument over item ownership.
The event formerly known as Game Stars is off following massive disinterest from everyone who matters.
Space Invaders Revolution is being developed by the man who invented the original, more than 200 years ago now. Roughly.
Blizzard denies ownership of recent press release but tells Warcraft fans to "keep checking the webpage". Hmm.
Sony denies development problems, says next-gen console will still be on show at E3; world crosses fingers just in case.
Some kind of combat-strategy-RPG combo platter for GBA.
(Sorry. Our inner 12-year-old is still enjoying it.) Tiger Telematics' handheld now available in shops other than the one named after it.
Yes, really - id Software legend John Carmack is going all handheld on us.
To form... Collarbone? No. US developers join together to form biggest indie in the whole of America.
Nintendo bossman reveals how new console will appeal to mothers, amongst other things.
Notorious: Die to Drive gets a new name and some proper actors.
You get to "be" Jack Bauer! But not slap his annoying squinty-eyed daughter, unfortunately.
Become the new face of yankee ice lacrosse with NHL Eastside Hockey Manager 2005.
Vivendi cancels Vengeance update and incurs the wrath of forum posters in the process.
Emerald Isle inhabitants will soon get their hands on everyone's favourite handheld that isn't made by Sony or Nintendo.
Get up to all manner of filthy doings in Apple City, a wretched hive of scum and villainy if ever there was one.
No word on an official title yet, but some rather interesting info regarding the brand new Conquest mode.
Actual rock star spills the beans and observes that writing game soundtracks is "way easier than writing songs".
One million units in the shops by Christmas. And they'll be customisable, says top Microsoft bigwig.
EA sticks a number two in front of Modern Combat just to make everything clear. Er, sort of.
Bungie confirms rumours of a multiplayer add-on complete with nine new maps. And they might even be free. Eventually.
Turns out it will indeed appear on PS2 only. And feature "an unprecedented number of modes", would you believe.
Try out Juice Games' new arcade racer before it hits the shops in May.
Latest instalment in the KoF series to support online versus play.
Nintendo Japan reveals more details of the forthcoming strategy RPG in a brand new trailer.
Try out the Mountain Tomb level from inXile's tongue-in-cheek RPG.
Watch the little fellas explode in time to the 1812 Overture with Codemasters' latest trailer.
Celebs and fashion designers show their support for Sony's new baby at a fancy Hollywood party.
New missions, new weapons and new environments. Oh and you can now hack enemies "down to nuggets", apparently.
Sega bigwig actually offers odd honest-to-goodness facts regarding the game. There might even be a PSP version.
Legions and Throne of Destiny add-ons to arrive in Europe this May.
Sony claims no "E-waste" fee is necessary but state officials still seem unsure.
Developer secures rights previously owned by Vivendi, and gets permission to bang out a load of other Tolkien nonsense in the process.
Possible PSP game and maybe even Sonic online heading this way.
Beyonce, Black Eyed Peas and the female Bedingfield all set to make an appearance.
You'll be able to create and customise your own character. Apparently.
Altogether now: "Football's just a branch of science..."
Ooh look, Sega's been down the US patent office again.
NCsoft gilds the lily for MMORPG's European release.
Wartime MMORPG to come over here and steal our women with its fancy yankee ways this June.
Uematsu brings his band on board for LA performance 'More Friends'.
Time for more classic ghostbusting with the little yellow fellow.
It's another bright sunshiny day for Django the vampire slayer.
Griptonite and Traveller's Tales to produce the games of the movie of the book.
Time for more jungle warfare with Charlie and chums, courtesy of developer Pterodon.
We believe in a thing called non-linear gameplay. Oh wait, they mean the other one...
Experts say replacement cables won't save consoles from death by power supply.
Blue Monday for studio, but stealth sim still on course for April release.
Devotees of the Dreamcast classic to get their phantasies phulphilled. Phinally.
Expansion pack morphs into fully-fledged sequel, complete with Xbox conversion. Probably.
Download new add-on soon and prove you're king of the ring. Well, oval.
Real live people to take on major character roles.
Expansion pack to be in the shops by the end of this month.
More than 1.5 million, actually.
Enemy in Sight prepares to declare war on your PC.
Both sides quickly claim victory as the first round of judgements is announced.
Togas at the ready as KOEI's new historical epic heads for PS2.
Developer struggles to make up its mind over sequel to The Nomad Soul.
Sort of like Samba de Amigo, only with less maracas and more drug-fuelled gun rampages.
Tool for managing MP3, photo, video and save files between PC and PSP due out at launch.