Low Batteries episode 3.
Spec Ops: The Line is free with any purchase.
Exploring the new academia that's growing around games.
Will be unveiled in the coming months. FPS mentioned.
Dev claims publisher 2K Games forced it in.
Double the soldiers equals double the death toll.
Putting the "You" into "You Bastard".
Debuts for Spec Ops, London Olympics and Ratchet trilogy.
Someday this war's gonna end...
Which one Dubai?
Max settings PC version compared with the slightly pared back PS3 game, head-to-head at 720p.
Spec Ops! Ratchet! BioShock! Ridge Racer!
A direct 720p comparison between the Xbox 360 and PC versions of Spec Ops: The Line.
See how the game stacks up on our Pentium G840/Radeon HD 6770/4GB DDR3 budget Ł300 gaming rig. Optimisation issues cause big problems, but 1080p is likeably consistent.
Screen-tear is the aspect that separates the two console versions, with the Xbox 360 game having the upper hand.
Head-to-head clips showing this new Unreal Engine 3-powered game in action on both PS3 and Xbox 360.
Thoughts on Spec Ops and Peter Moore's F2P vision of the future.
An outpost of progress.
Minimum/recommended specs confirmed.
The ubiquitous voice actor on avoiding over-exposure in Spec Ops: The Line.
Dubai or not to buy? Eurogamer goes hands-on with the demo.
Includes "portions" of two early chapters.
Sandstorms! Avalanche traps! Invisibility!
Sand and deliver.
Desert island risks.
Pre-order for an "immediate advantage" in multiplayer.
ESRB also flags up Syndicate's holographic bikini dancers.
Lead writer Walt Williams talks Dubai.
2K channels BioShock in its thoughtful third-person action game.
Shoot the sand.
Dubai to all that.
2K's Dubai-set shooter dune next year.
Both before April 2012.
Dubai or not Dubai?
There's a desert? Time to invade!
For "small number" of Xbox 360 owners.
Sandy tale of betrayal from Yager.
Sandy third-person shooter from Yager.