Simply Games' summer sale was launched today, giving punters a chance to grab some old classics for next to nothing and offering chart games for some of the cheapest prices in the UK. Simply's summer scorcher (sorry) is cheaper than massively undervalued chips.
You can almost see the look of horror on the faces of Rockstar San Diego bigwigs when the Christmas 2003 charts flopped onto the doormat. "Like, crap, dude," said one, probably. "I'm pretty sure Need for Speed wasn't supposed to be this successful."
Acclaim confirmed today that all three versions of car mod racer Juiced - for Xbox, PlayStation 2 and PC - will release in Europe on the same day.
Following yesterday’s spellbinding interview with Rockstar legend Dan Houser from Official PlayStation 2 magazine in the UK, we’ve dug up another rarity from the same issue. Aaron Garbut, Rockstar North’s art director, outlines in this interview what will make San Andreas the definitive game of its generation: its style.
In the wake of Sony's confirmation that PlayStation 3 will be shown in some form at E3 next year, Nintendo Europe has reaffirmed that its Revolution console - first mentioned at E3 in May past - will be
Microsoft Japan has released the first images of its Video Chat system, a package comprising a webcam, the ordinary Live chat headset and a year’s subscription to Live.
As Lionhead gears up for Fable's September release, the developer has
British sources have revealed to Eurogamer that Warner Bros is inviting developers to make pitches for a Dirty Harry game.
Galleon has resoundingly failed to make a splash in the UK charts following its first week at retail, despite eight years in development. Ranking at seventh in the Xbox chart and 36th in the full price all format chart, the piratic adventure appears to have stalled from the outset.
Senior sources have confirmed today that Starbreeze, the developer of the supposedly Xbox-exclusive Chronicles of Riddick, is currently putting together a PlayStation 2 version.
Sports Interactive today released the beta demo of the much anticipated NHL Eastside Hockey Manager, its first project since the company's highly publicised split from Eidos earlier this year.
"Black is about shooting stuff and blowing s**t up," screams Criterion's creative boss Alex Ward in a closed off room at E3. A few years ago, Ward told Eurogamer that Burnout was about "driving fast and crashing cars". Simplicity in concept, Ward explained then, was key to his brand of high impact console game. Criterion's not rubbish any more, Burnout's sold millions and a few minutes with Black last week left us terrified, so we're in no position to argue. Frankly, heaven forfend.
Until now, German 'art' videos have been the only entertainment package designed to make participating men with voices like cement mixers actually feel good. Contrary to popular belief, grisly 'bear' types need reassurance as much as anyone that they sound exciting when ‘performing'. Singstar may very well be a defining moment for big men with a softer side.
Sega came clean about the console conversion of Outrun 2 today, confirming the game has been naturally ported from the Chihiro arcade board for Xbox, while making no mention of a PlayStation 2 version.
Muckybaby, a new developer focused on the creation of budget titles, reared its infant head today with its first project, a PC effort called Skool's Out.
EA is to show six of its biggest games to press in California tomorrow ahead of May's nuclear games show, the Electronic Entertainment Expo.
US developer Point of View has denied rumours that it has started work on a game based on Kiefer Sutherland juggernaut 24, but has admitted that the Fox product it is beavering away on, The Shield, will cut close to the acceptability bone in every respect.
Sega will show "around six brand new games" at E3 this year, a spokesperson for the company confirmed today, although top level talk has confirmed that a new 3D Sonic game will not be among them.
Rockstar Games confirmed this morning that imminent cowboy action shooter Red Dead Revolver is the first in a series.
Dark side gossip emerges from GDC, with pundits pointing a very big finger at LucasArts and a Star Wars game to end them all. According to sources at last week's Game Developer's Conference in San Jose, California, LucasArts is currently hard at work on a game based on the villainest villain on Planet Star Wars, Darth Vader.
The very first images of Croteam's Serious Sam 2 arrived hot from GDC today, showing sensational levels of detail on character models.
Valve showed new Half-Life 2 material at GDC yesterday, focussing on characters' facial attributes.