The Team Bondi revelations shock few in the industry and that is a shameful thing.
Capcom takes aim at the second-hand market - or so the Internet wants to believe.
EA rattles its sabers at Steam - but Origin's strategy is a throwback to the bad old days.
Nintendo's decision to carry its Wii and DS branding into the next generation will confuse more consumers than it attracts.
The underwhelming nature of Call of Duty Elite disguises an experiment that could define Activision's future.
Age of Conan joins a growing list of freemium MMOs - a wise move, or a desperate one?
Will the next generation of consoles herald a truce in the graphics arms race?
There's a crisis on the way for console core gaming, but this cloud has a thick silver lining.
There's trouble ahead for the core games market - but it's wrong to blame social and mobile for these problems.
Sony's PSN security breach looks disastrous - but it's so much worse than that.
PSPgo is laid to rest. Weeping is unlikely at this funeral.
Cloud gaming continues to fascinate - but the economic arguments don't add up.
Gearbox' misstep with Duke's Capture the Babe mode is likely to raise hell - and rightly so.
Life as a second-tier publisher is no longer tenable.
Take-Two's sales figures suggest there's never been a better time to be a core gamer.
Satoru Iwata's warnings of a threat to the industry ring hollow.
The 3DS lands in Japanese consumers' hands this weekend, but how does Nintendo plan to keep its handhelds relevant?
Microsoft has a new ally in attempts at a mobile foothold - but this is only the first step.
Activision's dramatic slashing of non-performing IP makes some business sense - but the long-term impact looks grim.
Calls to merge UKIE and TIGA ignore the fact that the industry is becoming more diverse.
PSP2 holds few surprises, but PlayStation Suite could change the face of mobile gaming.
Everyone expects 2011's handheld battle to be a re-run of PSP vs DS, but the world has changed since then.
Rumours swirl about the PSP2's unveiling - but what form will it take, and where does this leave the 'PS Phone'?
PS3's security failure marks an unhappy new year for Sony and raises questions for every console maker.
It's easy to deride Farmville, but social gaming is relevant to the whole industry.
Cataclysm isn't just an expansion pack - it's a fundamental change to how MMOs are operated.
A look at both sides of the argument.
Xbox 360 is five - and this is one console that grew up quickly.
Howard Stringer is said to be seeking a new President for Sony. Has Hirai's moment come?
The boxed game market is a tougher place than ever to survive, even for studios with a proven track record.
Bullet hell in downtown Tokyo.
The media cares more for COD's sales figures than its violence, which marks the end of a very different war.
Kinect is MS' biggest launch since 360, but its confidence can't hide the challenges it faces.
Marrying a PlayStation with a Phone has never made more sense, but remains a tough proposition.
NPD's redaction of sales figures is a symptom of a wider truth - industry statistics are no longer meaningful.
A European perspective on the Californian violent games bill. (Hi Ted!)
Didn't think Capcom would work with rival.
A look at the indie game phenomenon.
The price on ngmoco may have shocked some but the company's track record justifies it.
Splitting the Xbox division from Microsoft is a controversial idea, but some of the reasoning behind it is sound.
PlayStation's legacy was more than games - it created a new generation of gamers.
The lowly tech specs of the 3DS won't be a problem, but replicating the DS' success will be difficult.
Angel may cry.
This year's TGS suggests that the Japanese industry is far from "finished", but still has a lot to learn.
If women really are choosing to leave the core games industry, who could blame them?
Steve Jobs has finally embraced gaming as a key part of Apple's business. Nintendo and Sony should be seriously worried.
A whole new world.
Vana'diel or no deal.