FIFA boss "feels" for Murphy, hopes management "appreciate" him
Transition from PS2 to PS3 marked studio's "darkest days".
"Storytelling is so poor right now," claims creative director.
Naughty Dog: "We're going for emotion not horror."
Euro boss Ryan "pretty certain" of a sell-out.
Multiple price-points expected, but publisher confident it can "sustain" premium pricing on triple-A games.
But Sony "defended and protected us", says Matt Southern.
But, "there's still a lot of unfinished business on PS3."
Studio is "friends" with DICE, producer blasts EA "silly talk".
Co-founder not sure where "some of the anger came from".
But will studio's next game be made for it?
Plus, why there's no Modern Warfare 3 beta.
"More than a simple remake."
"We're trying as fast as we can."
Konami ponders micro-transactions.
Ex-Bizarre team ready for "new chapter".
"It will feel like a proper Devil May Cry."
Available to all "down the track".
Tech "simulating future" of next-gen.
Plus: top tips from last year's winner.
Publisher says future vision is "brilliant".
Why did post-PSN measures fail?
Finds Capture The Babe outrage "offensive".
Hackers too good at "hiding tracks"
Blames lack of HD, says Wii U can fix it.
MotionPlus/Remote Plus-only likely
"It's certainly possible," says Iwata.
Dedicated app coming this autumn.
Another third-party jumps on board.
Rhythm-action game due this Xmas.
Conference showreel spills beans
Miyamoto offers links to past
Cross-platform play via cloud saves.
Can Sega serve another ace?
For Wi-Fi only, £280 for 3G + Wi-Fi.
Sackboy's latest brings "new ways to play".
Battlefield 3, SSX and NFS bonuses
"Catalogue is unmatched," says Sony.
"Elephant in room" tackled head-on
Rayman Origins is priority, says Ancel
iOS5, Game Center upgrade revealed
Halo HD remake and more also outed!
"Even the haters can play for free."
Valley of Death due later this month.
£466k raised in earthquake appeal.
More clues ahead of E3 reveal.
Rancors! Slave I! X-Wings! Force powers!
“We offer something completely different”
"We know the game's great," says Pitchford.
"We're all victims of cyber-terrorism."
Plus: Randy Pitchford talks Borderlands 2.
"A once in a lifetime experience."
"You can’t put a price on fun."
First dibs with PSN Plus and InFamous 2.
"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.
Codemasters’ CEO says it is.
Gamers' Voice event "terrific", says Govt.
Controversial MP speaks to Eurogamer.
Scott Pilgrim maker on PSX obsession.
UK hospice receives tech to help disabled kids.
Games documentary's claims "exaggerated".
Plus: Young Game Designers crowned.
Plus: online matchmaking update confirmed.
360 outselling Wii and PS3.
MS only "scratching the surface" - Kudo.
Shortages? What shortages?
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.
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.
Seabass promises "change" for 2011.
Reason prevails in BBC radio debate.
Recent demos out-of-date, insists designer.
"Single-player never ends," claims Bizarre.
Free-to-play footy due this June.
March ceremony to be streamed.
"More versatility" coming to LittleBigPlanet.
Launch details "weren't accurate".