Sims creator says his heroes are Miyamoto and Molyneux.
Plus: no Move or 3D for Beyond, says Quantic Dream boss.
Star Wars fan Ellie casts a critical eye over Rovio's latest.
MS exec Phil Spencer reckons so.
"There's always going to be that jerk."
Few weeks delay for Bethesda shooter.
Sony employees "dancing in the streets".
"You'll see that combination, I'm sure."
Analysts disappointed by conference.
Set to be "competitive" with PS3 and 360.
Wii U games will look as good, says Reggie.
It's due to arrive next year.
Plus: Agent may not be PS3 exclusive.
It's down for a release this summer.
Haptic feedback! Rumble! Green bits!
Limited edition bundle unveiled.
Plus: From Dust, new Toy Soldiers and more.
"Gone are the days of gamertag recovery."
It's coming our way in October.
With a shiny but short teaser trailer.
FIFA! Tiger! Madden! Something else!
Hackers crack open secret website.
THQ to publish athletic training offering.
No harm done though, says company.
Along with three Kinect-themed titles.
Word is they're keeping it simple.
Maguire's been soul searching.
And better graphics, thanks to new dev tools.
But Sony quiet on figure for active users.
"It won't be a straight port if we do it."
He's 16th, behind Kanye but before Obama.
You'll just have to wait, says Microsoft.
Hybrid coming to XBLA next year.
"I won't 'dumb it down'," says designer.
Olivia Wilde has signed up too.
When it comes to releasing Sonic games.
Gearbox working with retailers to sort it.
Iwata explains Nintendo's thinking.
Arcade racer to reach finish line in Feb.
It's due to launch in Japan this winter.
Comes with SMB pre-installed.
Harmonix hits milestone this month.
US gamers get first go on Forever demo.
Unlock extra items, screenshots and so on.
Pack to cost four-nine-nine US dollars.
Plus: Ubi confirms Japanese line-up.
Only the ones for the guitar, mind.
Puzzler coming to PSN and XBLA.
By the Daily Mail, shockingly.
PC game could be rising from ashes.