Microsoft has unveiled its Xbox Games with Gold line-up for May, and it's a good 'un, headlined by Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain, and Platinum's stupendous Vanquish.
Microsoft has announced that Platinum Games' blistering third-person cover shooter Vanquish is the latest game to receive backward compatibility support on Xbox One, alongside Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light.
Vanquish on PC is harder than you remember, assuming you've got a good enough kit to bump up its framerate.
After a series of teases, Sega has confirmed Vanquish is coming to PC.
Platinum's much-loved sci-fi shooter comes out on PC via Steam on 25th May.
The PC version features an unlocked framerate, which means if you have the hardware, you can crank the game up from 60fps to 144fps.
A petition for Sega to port more games to PC, particularly those made in Japan, is gathering steam, as more than 6000 people sign their name in support.
No there's still no sign of Retro City Rampage on the European PlayStation Store, nor Counter-Strike: Global Offensive.
Gear of War creator Cliff Bleszinski has spoken out against Japanese game developers for ignoring multiplayer options.
UPDATE: Tango Gameworks has released the first piece of art for project Zwei. It's below.
PlatinumGames makes great games, but they don't sell as many copies as they should - Vanquish hasn't broken one million sales.
Despite "stagnant personal consumption", "generally weak demand" for video games and the devastating 11th March Japanese earthquake and tsunami, SEGA has managed a magnificent profit.
Bayonetta, MadWorld and Vanquish developer PlatinumGames has outlined its new vision and lamented the decline of originality in video games.
Sales of Platinum Games' Vanquish, Sports Interactive's Football Manager 2011 and Nintendo platforms game Sonic Colours in Europe and North America were "slow", SEGA has said.
In its latest financial report the Japanese company said demand for videogames was "generally weak" in western markets.
Why? Because of "sluggish personal consumption". SEGA sold just under six million game units in Europe, 5.8 million in the US and 1.9 million in Japan and other regions.
Shinji Mikami walks away from PlatinumGames with a revelation - originally, Vanquish was a very different game.
Looking for a clue as to what Shinji Mikami might be up to at Zenimax? Well, look no further than these spooky doodles that popped up on Tango Gameworks' blog.
SEGA's "reasonably encouraged" by sales of PlatinumGames' superb third-person shooter Vanquish, but cautioned that it's too early to judge.
Shinji Mikami's Vanquish went in at 12 in the UK all-formats chart following its release last Friday.
According to a report from SEGA Bits, first day Japanese sales were 56,000.
Bethesda's new Fallout game has entered the UK all-formats chart at number one.
PlatinumGames' Shinji Mikami has gone into detail about the content of the Vanquish demo content released so far.
If you pre-order upcoming action game Vanquish you'll get Japanese developer PlatinumGames' other game Bayonetta free – but only at Play.com.
Atsushi Inaba, the producer on forthcoming Platinum Games shooter Vanquish, has given his take on the difference between Japanese and Western gamers.
A second demo of PlatinumGames' Vanguish will be released in Europe and North Amercia, SEGA's confirmed to Eurogamer.
The Limited Edition of PlatinumGames' Vanguish includes a 7" figurine of protagonist Sam Gideon. Have a gander at it below.
The star attractions this week on the PlayStation Store are Vanquish and R.U.S.E. demos and Team17's Alien Breed: Impact. The latter is offered as a free trial or £12 for the full game.
The Xbox 360 demo of PlatinumGames' exciting space shooter Vanquish has been held back until tomorrow.
PlatinumGames producer Atsushi Inaba has confirmed a demo for upcoming third-person shooter Vanquish.
SEGA has announced that PlatinumGames shooter Vanquish will be released in the UK on Friday, 22nd October.
SEGA has said that PlatinumGames' upcoming cover shooter Vanquish will be released for PS3 and Xbox 360 in October.
Shinji Mikami, creator of the Resident Evil series, has explained the thinking behind the setting for his next title.
Platinum Games has confirmed that Vanquish, the new third-person shooter being overseen by Shinji Mikami, won't feature any multiplayer modes.
PlatinumGames' new game Vanquish will be released this winter in Japan. Director Shinji Mikami has also confirmed development for both PS3 and 360.
PlatinumGames, developer of Bayonetta and MadWorld, has revealed its next game - Vanquish.