CD Projekt to show off its stunning 2015 role-player.
UPDATE: Source says it was about getting a "playable framerate".
If Pillars of Eternity isn't up to scratch, Paradox will say.
COD Elite has "at least" 2.3 million paying subscribers.
And some PS3 chatter, too.
Makes case for next-gen discs.
Sony dev boss speaks.
Rumours of our website breaking for like a whole day are not greatly exaggerated.
For those of you who haven't glanced right lately, we've got some PC FPS treats.
British sources confirm previously rumoured details about Microsoft's new console.
You've seen what she looks like. Now you can see where she plays.
You'll be able to buy the next generation Xbox in both America and Europe in 2005, say experts.
We're off now. Check back next week for our Top 50 Games Of 2004 (yes, we're as surprised as you are), and join us again for real on January 4th.
GI.biz speaks to Criterion CEO David Lau-Kee and Electronic Arts worldwide studios VP Bruce McMillan about today's surprise announcement of Criterion's acquisition by EA.
Updated: See the boarding animation frame by frame, actual in-game screenshots, concept artwork and renders.
"The majority" of SCi titles to support PS2 Online and Xbox Live in the not too distant future.
Britsoft hero Codemasters is poised to sweep up Free Radical's action thriller Second Sight, but the publisher is refusing to add fuel to any "speculation" fire.
Exclusive: More details on Vicarious Visions' Xbox version of the game, including the latest release info and observations on how it runs compared to its PC counterpart.
Exclusive: Sources at an Activision press event in California report that Doom III Xbox co-op will be playable over the Xbox Live multiplayer service. Expect Live deathmatch options too.
XNA movies showcase the power of Microsoft's next-gen technology. If this is Xbox 2 then sign us right up.
Exclusive: Two of the biggest GameCube titles of the year will join the Nintendo DS at the company's pre-E3 press conference in May. You can start smiling now, Cube fans.
It appears we really do reprint press releases. (And I never sanctioned that pun, by the way.)