Resident Evil 6 is more than twice the length of its not-exactly-brief predecessor, judging by comments from producer Yoshiaki Hirabayashi.
Platinum Games' OTT brawler Anarchy Reigns launches in Europe and the US some time in the first quarter of 2013, publisher Sega has announced.
A new DLC drop for Modern Warfare 3 lands tomorrow on Xbox 360 for Premium Elite subscribers, developer Infinity Ward has announced.
The Australian government is to bring in a new R18+ age rating for video games.
Ubisoft has grabbed a number of web URLs pertaining to a potential movie version of just-announced new action IP Watch Dogs.
The PC version of Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 will support ranked dedicated servers, developer Treyarch has confirmed.
Overkill reveals Left 4 Dead crossover.
A trailer for Payday: The Heist - No Mercy has just gone live.
The boss of Grand Theft Auto publisher Take-Two is not convinced that the Wii U can attract a viable audience for its core-orientated games.
The next installment in Blizzard's StarCraft 2 RTS saga is very nearly done, says the developer, but final polishing is holding things up.
A new Sony survey has hinted at cross-platform digital discounts for any full game released on both PlayStation 3 and Vita.
Valve has recruited an "economist-in-residence" to help it scale up its virtual economies and offer a better customer experience.
The fifth Humble Indie Bundle has proven to be the most successful release in the series to date, organisers have announced.
UPDATE: A few more numbers. NPD's Anita Frazier has confirmed to Eurogamer that Dragon's Dogma sold 92,000 copies in the US during May, while Wedbush analyst Michael Pachter Tweeted that Max Payne 3 sold less than 50 per cent of what LA Noire managed in its first month last year - putting its total somewhere below 450,000.
Veteran designer Warren Spector has expressed his deep concern at the escalating obsession with violence in today's video games.
Epic's Unreal Engine 3 was the game developer's tech platform of choice at this year's E3, judging by an impressive list published by the developer today on its official blog.
Bijou indie studio Thatgamecompany has raised $5.5 million in funding to help it operate without the need for a publisher and is currently working on its first multiplatform title.
CryEngine 3 is a match for Epic's recently announced Unreal Engine 4, despite Crytek's system launching a number of years ago, so says the German developer.
BlackFoot Studios, a small indie outfit set up by members of the original Ghost Recon and Rainbow Six team at Red Storm Entertainment, has launched a Kickstarter campaign to fan-fund an old school tactical FPS called Ground Branch.
Penny Arcade's On the Rain-Slick Precipice of Darkness 3 launches for PC on 25th June, developer Zeboyd Games has announced.
Project Possum, the new games show pilot launched by former Inside Xbox types Explosive Alan Productions, has hit its funding goal in just 24 hours.
Danish studio Playdead's follow-up to its critically acclaimed debut Limbo will be a 2.5D platformer rendered in full colour, according to a new report.
Incoming THQ president Jason Rubin has reinforced the publisher's commitment to the Darksiders franchise following erroneous reports earlier this week that he had little enthusiasm for the series.
Amazon UK has slapped a £199 price tag on its Wii U product listing page.
UPDATE: Kotaku is standing by its original story and has published a transcript of the original conversation with Rosenberg.
Sony has bid $550,000 for ownership of three new personalisable top level web domains: .sony, .xperia and .playstation, according to a New Statesman report.
Ghost Recon: Future Soldier's PC release date has been pushed back from 15th June until 29th June, publisher Ubisoft has announced.
Members of the US armed forces will be able to pick up their own exclusive special edition of FPS sequel Medal of Honor: Warfighter, publisher EA has announced.
Oddball PlayStation 3 animal brawler Tokyo Jungle has roared into the weekly Japanese software chart at number one.
Explosive Alan Productions, the company set up by core members of the recently laid-off Inside Xbox team, has launched a crowd-funding drive to get a new games show off the ground.