Didn't think Capcom would work with rival.
Media Molecule keen to meet demand.
One "people don't see coming".
"These games had never made any money."
But is working on something similar.
It's a "cool, faithful adaptation".
It's all about picking up pencils.
It was all "very refreshing", says Braben.
Elite creator praises latest innovations.
Little Sisters not in original plan.
Praises Take-Two for "leap of faith".
Even core FPS gamers choosing consoles.
Plenty more stories to tell.
Weather channel now available.
More like AmaGONE, eh readers?
But did they get epix or phat lewt?
In the Hammersmith Apollo - tickets still available!
20 games en route.
Cheap tactical thrills.
MAME running on Linux.
Sponsors Innovation gongs.
Dev veterans found new studio.
One sign-in for every game; online features may still differ
Three and a half years.
New mission type revealed for upcoming CoH update.
Fox, Universal unhappy.
Take us inside you.
Get into games at UK's first videogames careers event.
Mostly multiplayer fixes
DNF still on track, says Broussard.
Graphics no longer a big deal
In spring. No, it's not a real verb.
PS3 is his weapon, apparently.
Is that Nippon Ichi in yer pocket?
The world is yours on October 8th.
Crossfire stomping into Japan and America before Christmas.
Internet Reports reckons so.
Brawl to feature Wario, Kid Icarus, Solid Snake.
'A system that is new every day,' says Iwata.
E3: Now with a motion-sensing controller.
Molyneux signs on the dotted line
Five gongs for Ueda's team.
Lara and GTA shortlisted on The Culture Show.
UK set to get 1000 new hot-spots.
SEGA gets entirely aggressive.
Bunnies on drugs?!! How brave.
Under a big EA logo.
Konami's next PES sports a spangly new Xbox Live button in the front end. Make of that what you will.
Won't go to the guillotine in Revolution.
The Sun talks to "top brain expert".
Final Fantasy could make its way to the next Xbox console, according to Squeenix boss, thanks to an "evolution" in Microsoft's thinking...
Want to get your thumbs wrapped around some PSP games? Be in Chiba City, Tokyo on the last weekend of September, then.
Yes, this is the mythical "SegaTon" - no, it's not anywhere nearly as interesting as you may have been led to believe.
Crimson Butterfly comes to the Xbox, complete with new game modes, costumes, locations and terrifying noises in 5.1 surround.
Rockstar fills us in with the first snippets of information about the next Grand Theft Auto - marking a return to more modern times, with a Menace II Society feel...
Grab our full-size, full-fat video of Sony's E3 conference and clap your eyes on the world's first look at the PlayStation Portable, and much more besides.
Metal Gear takes an Acid trip on PSP, Phantom Crash 2050 arrives on PS2, and a Ys RPG gets translated for the first time in over a decade
Strong software line-up impresses at Finnish giant's second E3 conference
PSP looks eerily familiar - remember the concept designs? Battery life, size statistics and final specs await inside.
PlayStation moves to regain its crown in the US sales rankings with a price drop to mirror Microsoft's
Xbox Live service grows again with the addition of video conferencing and the Xbox Live Arcade
New Xbox racer promises real cars and tracks, detailed vehicle tuning, Live play and trainable AI drivers.
World's first glimpse of Nintendo's new handheld confirms clamshell design, touch panel, GBA compatibility.
Relive your wasted youth.
Comic book legend makes his way to consoles to tie in with Warner Bros' upcoming movie, courtesy of British developer
New moves, new weapons, more co-op, better graphics - and it's on its way to the PC by the end of this year.
Sleek console and quirky controller, with the world's favourite price tag attached
Key criticisms addressed in the first of several hardware updates.
A Cloud over the year's biggest games show.
Or Europe, at least, since the rest of the planet is already .hacked.
Britain's football obsession drives the software sales charts.
Can you beat him?
Tiger, tiger, burning bright.
The Soul still Burns for Namco's beat 'em up.
Latest effort from Pivotal hits the top spot.
Manic arm-waving officially more fun than smashing demons through buildings.
Webcam antics provide the feel-good hit for the summer.
And GameCube firmly on the bottom, with less than 1,000 units sold.
Nintendo's biggest brand keeps its end up, but Xbox and Cube drop off the radar.
A lot of people are looking silly in front of their TVs this week.
A little more information on Masaya Matsuura's latest bout of insanity.
Tomb Raider brand proves its worth as near universally panned game keeps on selling.
Racing and shooting, from the people who brought you Burnout.
A hundred games, thirteen publishers, six quid to you sir.
Consumers show little enthusiasm for red pill.
You hear that, Mr Anderson? That's the sound of a lot of units being sold.
Kicking people in the face in slow motion is this week's top pastime.
Xbox and Cube releases for Burnout 2 propel Acclaim into the top ten.
The sad little week that publishers forgot.
Fastest-selling PC game ever? We'll know next week...
Oh what a difference a few hit titles (and unofficial price cutting) make
New IndyCar title unlikely to cross-pollinate other games, breeding killer strains
The latest bizarrely titled Japanese cross-media experience is on the way to the West
In the future, we have no shirt buttons