Jagex Games Studio, makers of fantasy MMORPG, RuneScape, is to host a 24-hour long marathon in support of the games charity SpecialEffect’s inaugural GameBlast weekend.
The news that Irrational Games is winding down has come as a surprise to many observers.
PAX East have announced a Maestros of Video Games panel featuring a number of award winning video game composers, including Bioshock's Garry Schyman and Mass Effect's Cris Velasco.
There’s a good roster of releases on Nintendo’s Wii U and 3DS eshops this week. Retro City Rampage makes its long-awaited debut on the 3DS, with...
When I consider Bartle’s Test of Gamer Psychology I have no hesitation in planting myself firmly in the category of 'Explorer'.
The soundtracks to Pokémon Ruby & Pokémon Sapphire are now available to download on the iTunes store.
Nintendo has kicked off 2014’s PR offensive with a new Nintendo Direct broadcast.
Team 17’s [R]evolve has been named the winner of the Great British Game Jam.
BAFTA have announced the full list of nominees for this year’s British Academy Game Awards.
Nintendo have announced this week’s EU eShop releases for 3DS and Wii U.
The 3rd Annual New York Videogame Critics Circle Awards ceremony will streamed live on Twitch on February 11 at 7:30 p.m.
The call for papers for the Develop in Brighton conference has opened and prospective speakers have until 7th March to submit proposals.
Submissions have opened for Games Britannia Live!, the public extension to the video game education festival running over the weekend of 28th-29th June 2014.
Eidos have released a new trailer for the forthcoming stealth action game, Thief.
Three UK games developers have teamed up for The Great British Game Jam 2014.
Another thin line up of releases on the Nintendo eShop this week, with the sum total of zero games arriving on 3DS.
Today sees the launch of the new 16GB version of the OUYA micro console.
Family friendly games festival GEEK is returning this half-term, running from 21st-23rd February at the Winter Gardens Margate, Kent.
Spaceteam, the “co-operative shouting game for phones and tablets”, has been announced as the winner of the third annual GameCity Prize.
There is lots of discussion about Nintendo’s Third Quarter Financial Results, but having read Satoru Iwata's presentation I feel somewhat reassured about the direction of the...
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