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Tim Sweeney answers some questions about Epic's upcoming and highly anticipated Unreal Engine 3, which was demonstrated at Sony's Playstation 3 curtain raiser.
Divine Intervention for Heavenly Sword Coders, as they land deal with Sony
So... where is the Phantom and its revolutionary on demand video game service? Nowhere to be seen at E3, and Infinium Labs state that they are short of funding.
We take a look at the new title from developers Wargaming.net, Domination. Building on the Massive Assault universe, Domination is a turn-based strategy wargaming title. We take a look at how good the game is, and also look at how well it plays on different PC hardware.
Tecmo, makers of Dead or Alive: Xtreme Beach Volleyball, have dropped their legal case against hackers who created a nude patch for the Xbox game.
Anandtech has some decent pictures of the Xbox 360 controller, as well as a look at the actual hardware and chassis design. Xbox Live also gets a hands-on evaluation.
Xbox games will need to be 'recompiled' for the 360. E3 demos of the unit appear to still be using the Apple G5 development kits.
Mario fans will have at least a 12 month wait for a playable version of Nintendo's Revolution
An enterprising linux geek has managed to squeeze a rechargeable battery pack into a Mac Mini.
Quake IV is coming to PC and Xbox 360: Tim Willits reveals juicy details in a recent interview, such as the uncompromising Xbox 360 version, and how the game will differ from Doom 3
Vive la Revolution! Mario and Co enter the ring to contest for the next gen console crown.
If you ain't in HD, you ain't nowhere: Xbox 360 is HD; PS3 can run two HD screens; now Fileshack allows you to experience E3 in HD-o-Vision
XBOX 360 owners will have plenty of games to keep them happy when the console goes on sale, according to reports
Sony unveil its next-generation Playstation 3 console in a pre-E3 press conference, and we understand that there is going to be 'an amazing surprise at the end of E3'...
The gaming joygasm known as E3 opens this week, and the big names are squaring up for a fight.
With NDAs expiring and MTVs blaring, the world's media have gone berserk with coverage of Microsoft's Xbox 360 launch.
In today's column, I examine how the technology behind the newly-announced Xbox 360 - the processor, graphics unit and system architecture - could have an impact on the PCs that we enthusiasts see on our desktops over the next couple of years.
More details of the eagerly-awaited Quake 4 have come about in an exclusive in-depth preview of the title in UK games magazine, PCGamer. In short, the title is shaping up to be a stonker.
Mr Frodo hosts a special XBOX 360 'event' on MTV tonight (US), which should give us the first confirmed looks of the new console
After grabbing an early Sony PSP and playing it non-stop for over a month, Wil Harris thinks that he's about got the measure of the portable gaming super-console.
Take one part 3DStudio, one part in-game models, one-part clever lighting, sprinkle on some clever compositing and then enjoy some of the finest images ever created.
AMD and Ubisoft collectively announce support for 64-bit extensions for Far Cry. Both performance and image quality are improved, further enhancing the game's appeal.
How do you get more women to sign up for games coding degrees? Is any attempt doomed to fail, due to the Geek factor?
A new interview with GSC Gameworld has uncovered fresh details about the highly anticipated shooter.
Engadget has the first spy pictures of the 360, taken at a Microsoft event.
According to a promotional page on MTV's website, Xbox 360 is due to arrive in shops sometime in November