UPDATE: Alex Ward and Fiona Sperry to form new studio.
And Spec Ops: The Line, Lego Lord of the Rings.
"I am proud of all of the Burnout games. When it feels right we will make another one."
How well can cutting-edge games run on Sony's handheld? Digital Foundry talks to Criterion Games.
10 add-ons go live on Xbox Marketplace.
Shelby coming 'round the mountain.
EA revving up for March launch in Japan, UK details still undercover.
Miles more fun?
How UK's racing talent rose from the ashes.
Ubisoft's leap of faith rewarded with best sales of the series.
Return to Paradise?
See how Need for Speed: Most Wanted stacks up on the £300 Digital Foundry PC running at 1366x768 and full 1080p.
Can Criterion adhere to its target 30FPS gameplay target? Here we check out 360 and PS3 performance.
Like-for-like sections from the Xbox 360 and PS3 versions compared with frame-rate analysis.
The Microsoft console version is compared to the PC version running at max settings.
It's console versus computer in this head-to-head comparison video.
The two console SKUs compared.
Better to reign in hell.
Joao spends a few hours with a near-final version on Xbox 360.
"Neons! Skrillex! Go!"
Live demo, introducing new features, followed by audience Q&A.
Need for Speed, SimCity, Crysis 3, Dead Space 3, Medal of Honor, FIFA 13.
Purple banner spotted on Xbox 360 box art.
"It's definitely a Criterion gig now."
"Rooted in the tradition of the great car culture films of the 70s."
Criterion plans Battlelog-style website.
Open world racing, Burnout-style takedowns, new version of Autolog.
Open-world racer with takedowns, new version of Autolog.
UPDATE: PlayStation Vita version confirmed.
All the stories. Need for Speed Most Wanted steals the show.
Promises more unannounced titles will be at E3.
Plus, EA promises more Plants vs Zombies.
Notorious South African shop at it again.