How the Bromley studio is shaping up for the release of Dirty Bomb.
Brink dev boss presents the Saturday keynote session: "Independent, or Bust!"
That's "around $120-140 million in revenue", says Splash Damage.
Killzone 2 48p. Forza 3 for £2. Bulletstorm, Brink for £3 each.
Splash Damage talent tout their networking expertise.
Marc Fascia to help with move to "additional gaming platforms".
"It's going to be the most significant year in our history."
Before the games industry really loses it mojo.
75 per cent discount on full purchase offered.
For all three versions.
UPDATE: Splash Damage denies report.
Clan support, ladders and tournaments incoming.
1500 Euro up for grabs.
Enslaved, The Curfew also up for gong.
Space Marine, Saints Row missing.
It "tried to be new and different".
Steam users celebrate QuakeCon.
Free DLC adds maps, raises level cap.
Also, massive title update out today.
What worked, what didn't.
"Greatest" design "we're ever likely to see."
"Better than being in the middle."
Title update coming to console versions.
NPD: "Sales of the 3DS were light."
LulzSec takes user email addresses, passwords.
Brings with it Battle for the Ark meta-game.
Fight inside that spire!
DiRT 3 roars into second place.
Lag addressed, dedicated server updated.
The Witcher 2 conjures fifth.
Improvements for PC, PS3 and Xbox 360.
Blames confusion on "miscommunication".
Look for Big Teams in public match settings.
UK Steam version still unavailable.
Parkour shooter is the run away winner.
A resolution deficit on 360 puts PS3 ahead.
A clear PS3 win in Splash Damage's multiplayer epic.
Splash Damage makes June DLC free.
But says sympathy lies with Sony.
"1% of games make 99% of the profit."
Bethesda, Splash Damage investigating.
The game, the studio, the tournament.
Splash Damage makes day one tweaks.
A message from Splash Damage.
But you'll be restricted to fighting bots.
Parkour shooter finally lands this week.
Eurogamer tries Splash Damage's shooter.
Brink! LEGO Pirates! SBK 2011!
Yes, that is a real number.
And Brink Tour 2010 footage.
Turrets! Mines! Disguises!
Splash Damage details each class type.
Splash Damage have the heads-up.
Player tools and tweaks teased.
Splash Damage reveals tricks of the trade.
Shoot! Hack! Capture! Blowtorch!
Brink! Diablo 3! Castlevania! 3DS!
Top fighting tips and tricks.
Gear up for one gun-toting gallery.
Turrets! Bombs! Scavenging! Resurrection!
Steamworks features named, too.
Bethesda shooter moves up a week.
Fallout, DOOM, Spec Ops, Psycho packs.
It's a matter of class.
Includes DOOM pack.
"Always more games you plan on," says dev.
Skyrim offspring is so last week.
A closer look at the sprinting man's shooter.
Bethesda, id Software bonanza.
Bethesda lines 2011 up.
Splash Damage opens the armoury.
Including your game of the show.
To spend on games, new studios.
id Software's Tim Willits to demo RAGE every day. Hunted, Brink and Fallout playable.
The end of the genre as we know it?
Brink's director on delays, ambition and the pressure of game development.
Brink developer praises "open relationship".
Behind the scenes with Bethesda's FPS.
In close proximity.
Splash Damage shooter takes its time.
Splash Damage on the edge.
Insured against slobber damage.
How to look dangerous.
Paul Wedgwood talks us through.
Spring to autumn in blink of an eye.
On the Brink.
Splash Damage's CEO talks up his FPS.
Popular EG Expo presentation detailed.
Splash Damage's Brink first up.
Do the Smarties have the answer?
Splash Damage on "landmark franchise".
Splash Damage's alluring shooter.
First public demonstrations planned.
When is an online shooter not an online shooter?
Published by Bethesda.
Bethesda-published PC/PS3/360 title.
Could it be MMO, Splash Damage game?
Bethesda: "Genre-breaker", "killer app".
"A long-term development partnership".