Dungeons & Dragons fans (and Atari) aren't having a particularly good week. With Dungeons & Dragons Online: Stormreach -ing out into 2006, Atari's stablemate RPG, Dragonshard has also been delayed.
A new 3D action game is being lined-up for PC, Xbox and PSP, called Crash Dummy vs. the evil D-Troit. Hmm.
An agreement has been signed to publish a range of graphic novels based on American McGee's games.
Nintendo is asking owners of its DS system to test the Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection, the service designed to let its handheld gamers access the internet and play multiplayer games against other users.
Koei is gearing up for next month's Tokyo Game Show in Japan, with the announcement of its line-up titles. Let's just say, we hope you like Dynasty Warriors.
Gamepark Holdings, the company behind the new, homebrew-heavy GPX2 multimedia handheld (which we haven't reported on previously, if memory serves, but which looks brilliant), is offering you a rather unique opportunity – to name its machine.
id Software and developer Splash Damage have shed some light on the next instalment to their first-person shooter line-up, Enemy Territory: Quake Wars.
Midway has spilled the beans on a number of its forthcoming titles at a recent press event. Under some healthy coercion, that is.
In more retro-related news, Konami will be bringing a version of its 1998 PlayStation RPG, Azure Dreams, to Nintendo DS.
Famitsu has taken the covers off a new PlayStation 2 game, called Ikusagami, coming from the loins of developer Genki.
Namco has a new PlayStation Portable game lined up for us, going by the name of Bounty Hounds. And no, it has nothing to do with the strapline. Sorry.
It's turning into a good day for European versions of big Japanese games, as Koei has just stepped up to publish strategy RPG, Atelier Iris: Eternal Mana, in Europe.
Midway has once again brought back its violently endearing Rampage series, with a new title in the works: Rampage: Total Destruction [Of The Use Of Colons To Precede It, probably - Ed]
Atari's Massively Multiplayer Online Role-Playing Game, Dungeons & Dragons Online: Stormreach, has slipped from its planned November release date, to early 2006.
Croteam is going all-out for Serious Sam II, providing a co-op mode that allows up to 16 players to tackle the game, which is due out this autumn.
A release date has been shot out for Empire Interactive and Strangelite's first-person shooter, Starship Troopers, with news of a playable demo on its way too.
Yet another gamer has died from exhaustion, after playing for over 50 hours continuously, according to Korean news publication, The Chosun Ilbo.
Kao Challengers is coming to the PSP in October, Atari has announced, with the French publisher delivering a dollop of jolly platform-adventuring featuring everyone's favourite Kangaroo hero (maybe).
The three-man development team behind Project Offset have revealed more information about their fantasy-tinged First-Person Shooter.
This year's QuakeCon has already thrown-up some juicy information before it's even started, with DOOM 3: Resurrection of Evil being confirmed as coming to the Xbox.
Sony has revealed fresh information about the PlayStation Portable version of military shooter, SOCOM: U.S. Navy SEALs Fireteam Bravo.
Three new Pokémon games are in development for the DS, according to reports in Japanese magazine, Comic Korokoro.
Atari will be gracing us with its new PC bound racing title, Crashday, next February.
A man has won a Digital Photography/Imaging gong in Adobe's 2005 Design Achievement Awards for his rather impressive series of photographs portraying a game-style first-person perspective.
Billboard commercials will appear in Sony Online Entertainment's PlanetSide this month, streaming ads into the massively-multiplayer first-person shooter's in-game universe.
Microsoft's X0 event, the oft-annual platform for displaying its forthcoming game titles and hardware, will apparently be held in Amsterdam this year.
SEGA has revealed that much-loved developer Treasure will be working on its Nintendo DS adaptation of anime and comic-related title, Bleach.
Ubisoft will be providing a multiplayer Xbox demo for Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Lockdown, exclusively via the September issue of Official Xbox Magazine.
Midway's popular beat 'em up franchise is to see yet another film made, as Mortal Kombat 3: Devastation is now in production for the big screen.
Gizmondo Europe has signed a deal to increase the number of stores stocking its multi-media handheld in UK high streets, with Argos, Comet and HMV now supplying the machine.