"We know the game's great," says Pitchford.
"We're all victims of cyber-terrorism."
Plus: Randy Pitchford talks Borderlands 2.
Nolan North’s life in games.
"A once in a lifetime experience."
"You can’t put a price on fun."
Reinventing the wheel.
First dibs with PSN Plus and InFamous 2.
Drakes on a plane.
Whose fans are most hardcore?
The beautiful same.
"We don't have the right" to enter it.
Joining ranks of movie greats "just insane".
Hails "inventive and creative" game industry.
"Osborne wants to work with us."
"Nerds will hang around," insists BAFTA host.
Guerrilla has "a lot of room to expand".
Vote for your top title of 2010.
"We're a one game studio."
"It’s a developer's dream" says source.
Long ball game.
In with the old.
Codemasters’ CEO says it is.
Gamers' Voice event "terrific", says Govt.
Controversial MP speaks to Eurogamer.
Scott Pilgrim maker on PSX obsession.
First great western.
UK hospice receives tech to help disabled kids.
Games documentary's claims "exaggerated".
Eurogamer quizzes Panorama on addiction special.
Do you remember the time?
Plus: Young Game Designers crowned.
Our new TV show needs you.
Talking the torque.
Which format is fittest?
Plus: online matchmaking update confirmed.
360 outselling Wii and PS3.
MS only "scratching the surface" - Kudo.
Shortages? What shortages?
The Shape of things to come?
SpecialEffect's mission to get disabled kids gaming.
Education, Education, Education.
Does Medal of Honor really respect the soldier?
The Kotick conundrum.
Test of metal.
Analysing Halo's launch.
Chart-Track sees 99% jump.
Administrator could not find a buyer.
Dutch star joins devs on stage in Ibiza.
Jobs throws down the gauntlet.
Liam Fox was "expressing personal view".
Realtime Worlds' games to be sold on.
Who's laughing now?
Watch Tory MP's address to Develop inside.
Separate teams working on "core pillars".
Experiments yet to satisfy, says Rutter.
Studio bids farewell with "labour of love".
Past problems overcome, insists studio.
Measured sequel is "love letter" to fans.
UK boss: Too pricey to be mass-market.
But pre-Xmas possible, claims source.
Assassin's creator "needed a break".
Harmonix title stars at hands-on event.
The Age-Ratings Debate.
Seabass promises "change" for 2011.
Six months on the games industry's campaign trail.
Reason prevails in BBC radio debate.
In pursuit of happiness.
Recent demos out-of-date, insists designer.
Street fighter, too?
"Single-player never ends," claims Bizarre.
Terry and June.
Free-to-play footy due this June.
March ceremony to be streamed.
Happy Christmas everyone!
Always in my mind.
Black Rock 'n' roll.
We Sing, three X Factor losers, no shame.