Microsoft has announced January's Xbox Live Games with Gold titles.
Provocative German movie-maker Uwe Boll, infamous for trashy big-screen adaptations of video game franchises, is the subject of a new documentary titled Fuck You all: The Uwe Boll Story.
Driver San Francsico, one of the greatest racing games of all time, is now available to play on Xbox One via the system's backwards compatibility service.
Clint Hocking, key designer on Far Cry 2 and Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory, has returned to Ubisoft after leaving the company in 2010.
Patrick Redding, director of the recent Splinter Cell Blacklist, has joined Batman: Arkham Origins developer Warner Bros. Montreal to work on an unannounced project.
UPDATE #2 11/02/14: Ubisoft has updated its release schedule for the upcoming Far Cry compilation, The Wild Expedition. The bundle will now launch a week later - on 21st February rather than the 14th.
Ultimate compilations for the Far Cry and Splinter Cell series have been listed on GAME's online shop. The former appears on Xbox 360, PS3 and PC, while the latter appears to be a PC exclusive.
UPDATE: GameStop has pulled its incredible Far Cry offer.
Clint Hocking, best known for his creative-lead roles on Far Cry 2 and Splinter Cell, has been given a job by Valve.
PlayStation Plus subscribers can pick up the impending re-release of 1991 coin-op classic The Simpsons Arcade free of charge for a limited time this month.
Konami's cartoon tie-in is available at no charge from 1st February to the end of the month.
It's a bumper few weeks for PS Plus members, with Far Cry 2 and Final Fantasy V among the other freebies up for grabs. There's also substantial savings to be had on Rayman Origins, Sonic Adventure and House of the Dead 3.
Evidence of Far Cry 3 mounts, and rumour suggests Ubisoft may reveal the new game at E3 next month.
One of the brains behind the Far Cry and Splinter Cell series has joined LucasArts to work on an unannounced game.
Far Cry 2 and Kane & Lynch: Dead Men have been added to Xbox Live's Games on Demand service.
Ubisoft has released a patch for the Xbox 360 version of Far Cry 2 which hopefully takes care of the corrupted save-game issue that has been hanging over the game since its release last October.
There have been numerous threads about it on the official forum, as it prevented players who encountered it from continuing.
For anyone in that position, the news that the latest patch will "reduce significantly the probability of having a corrupted save-game" is likely to go down well. Developer Ubisoft Montreal expanded on this in the patch notes and said it apologised wholeheartedly:
PC players of Far Cry 2 can now grab the Fortunes Pack DLC from Steam.
Ubisoft is planning to introduce a new "hardcore mode" for Far Cry 2 following requests from fans.
Ubisoft has patched the PC version of Far Cry 2 to include proper widescreen support.
Ubisoft finance officer Alain Martinez has told a finance conference audience that the publisher hasn't put the same faith in review score averages since the runaway success of Assassin's Creed last year.
Ubisoft has revealed how much you'll have to pay for the new Far Cry 2 downloadable content.
The Xbox 360 and PS3 versions of Far Cry 2 are to get new downloadable content in the form of The Fortune's Pack.
Ubisoft has announced that a million copies of Far Cry 2 have now been sold.
That's particularly impressive when you consider the game has been on sale for less than three weeks. It launched in Europe for PC, PS3 and Xbox 360 on 24th October.
"The holiday quarter is off to a solid start with the successful launch of Far Cry 2," said chirpy bossman Yves Guillemot. "The game is well on track to achieve our expectations for the year."
The PC version of Far Cry 2 has received its first patch, complete with a wealth of fixes that address minor issues in single, multiplayer and the map editor.
As you might expect, it's fun stuff like "the mortar will no longer move the player through a wall" and the game not crashing when you dare to create a LAN game without a network cable plugged in. We love PCs, we really do.
If you haven't played Ubi's latest blockbuster shooter, then check out Christian's review. If you have, head over to Fileshack to grab the patch all 42.3MB of it.
Far Cry 2 producer Louis-Pierre Pharand has confirmed there will be four multiplayer modes in Far Cry 2.
Good news, Far Cry 2 fans! The game's producer, Louis Pierre Pharand, will be answering your questions LIVE on Eurogamer TODAY, Friday 19th September.
Ubisoft has announced that Far Cry 2 will be released for PS3, Xbox 360 and PC on 24th October.
In addition to the usual game-in-a-DVD-case shenanigans, the publisher has also teamed up with GAME to distribute a special Collector's Edition version.
This will include a t-shirt, an art book, a fold-out map (the press release says "Collector 50 square kilometre map", which may not be literal), and a making-of DVD. What's more, it comes in a wooden box. Wood is excellent.
Ubisoft has revealed Far Cry 2's impressive-looking map editor tool in exclusive screenshots and video on Eurogamer. Lucky us!
Don't let the crystal clear water and golden sands fool you: as far as the developer of Far Cry 2 is concerned, videogame tropical islands have become the imaginative equivalent of two weeks at Butlins.
Far Cry 2 creative director Clint Hocking has confirmed that there will be no pre-release demo of Ubisoft's open-world shooter sequel. Or, "no, no demo" as he put it to us last week at the team's HQ in Montreal.
Far Cry 2 will have a 16-player online mode with persistent rewards and experience levels like Call of Duty 4.
Ubisoft has narrowed the release of Far Cry 2 down to autumn this year.
Ubisoft is to include Philips' amBX tech in some of its major upcoming titles, confirming today at Las Vegas’ CES that Brothers in Arms: Hell's Highway and Far Cry 2 will both feature support for the ambient product.
Ubisoft has unsurprisingly decided that Far Cry 2 will not be PC exclusive, but be available on PS3 and Xbox 360 as well.
Ubisoft has revealed that three of its key titles for 2008 will now arrive later than expected.
Ubisoft has announced that Far Cry 2 is in development for PC and due for release in spring 2008.
It's the sequel to the 2004 original developed by Crytek, which won wide critical acclaim. Since then Ubisoft has released internally developed console spin-offs, and finally acquired the full rights to the series in March 2006.
The publisher's Montreal studio will be handling creation this time around, and is confident it can recreate the impact of the first.