Social shooter next from Sega legend.
EA "very pleased" with first fortnight's sales.
Lavish box set for Level-5/Ghibli RPG.
Radical's franchise "did not find a broad commercial audience".
Murder on the dancefloor.
Ubisoft brings tinnitus-inducing action flick to PC, PSN, XBLA.
Welcome to the Eastern Front.
Eurogamer asks the games industry whether it plans to follow Diablo 3's lead.
New multiplayer maps incoming.
Oh, and Nike+ Kinect Training.
Free download lets you make your own Team Fortress 2 animations.
500,000 register for Red 5's ambitious free-to-play shooter.
Redesigned Alyx, cold weather Gordon glimpsed in early visuals.
Register now for an early look at Ubi's team shooter.
"It makes the people working on it really really sad."
"The biggest changes we've ever made," promises Jagex.
Activision snags rights to forthcoming Disney gaming toon.
Plus, new BioWare Q&A offers behind-the-scenes detail.
Can Ubisoft really squeeze this onto current-gen consoles?
It won't be "an exercise in propaganda", insists developer.
Lv. 13/Act 1 cap an "unintended consequence" of new security measures.
Plus, DLC season pass announced for Portal creator's new puzzler.
Furious Grasshopper shoot 'em up throws off XBLA confines.
"A necessary step to combat fraud and other malicious activities."
Yerli: "If we get enough fans being loud enough..."
And explains what kids can learn from it.
Peter Moore: "Hardcore gamers won't like to hear this."
Fanbases for ladies' underwear and gaming are convergent, it seems.
"It is part of the role of a platform holder," insists Andrew House.
"We are continually thinking about the future of the platform."
"A much bigger revenue cut" than PSN, XBLA, says source.
Batman won't kill, but Lego Batman will decapitate.
All-new Spec Ops campaign promised for Vita shooter.
But Swedish studio still proud of under-performing reboot.
New Xbox Live Rewards initiative this Autumn.
Tony Hawk gets things started on 18th July.
Landmark case could help combat other copycats.
Three different storylines mean there's "plenty to play".
Sega has "re-evaluated" Platinum's M.I.A. brawler.
New Spec Ops mission and Faceoff maps incoming.
New classification should curtail censorship and game bans.
But no word yet on whether you'll have to pay.
Left 4 Dead crossover adds backstory to Valve's zombie shooter.
Don't expect much at launch from GTA publisher.
Plus, asks if digital releases should be cheaper than physical copies.
Prof. Yanis Varoufakis "to forge narratives and empirical knowledge".
3DS was the only system to show year-on-year growth.
Deus Ex creator concerned by gratuitous bloodshed on show at E3.
Lists more than 25 titles on show that used its tech.
Thatgamecompany now fully independent.
Its tech "is next-gen ready since three years ago", says Yerli.
Former Red Storm and Valve staffers crowd-fund old school tactical shooter.
Latest from Cthulhu Saves the World developer brought forward.
Explosive Alan's games show pilot races past $10k in 24 hours.
Bleak artwork surfaces from Playdead's Project 2.
Jason Rubin clarifies interview misquote.
"Sexual assault of any kind is categorically not a theme that we cover in this game."
As part of EA's Project Honor charity drive.
And have a healthy pop at their former employer in the process.
Ubisoft's E3 host hits back at "GAF dicks, Gamespot trolls, every illiterate racist douchebag on YouTube"
Aisha Tyler asks "haters" to "GFYS".
Plus, early Close Quarters access for PC and Xbox 360 goes live.
Slant Six sheds a quarter of its workforce.
Convicted "miscreants" will only be able to play with each other.
Lack of Trophies "probably the single biggest turn-off for most gamers," argues Velocity studio.
"The world is a hellish nightmare of suffering and devastation."
Former Grin developers team up with D3 for 2012 release.
Fils-Aime insists it will be "a lot simpler" this time.