They plan for MotoGP's 2008 season to reach Xbox360, PS3, PC, Wii, PS2 and mobiles. It will also include the top manufacturers Honda, Yamaha and Suzuki along with some top riders.
Capcom now also control K2, the studio responsible for the Tenchu and Valhalla Knights games.
After the recent publication of The Byron Review, which looked into the games industry and online access for children, Dr Tanya Byron has cautioned against laying blame on gaming.
She feels they are a far more positive influence than a negative one and that people should "get a grip" on the real issues of debate and "stop panicking".
While there has been no official denial or confirmation of the list, it makes for an amusing and teasing read. They seem to have an air of authenticity about them but only Rockstar or Microsoft could say.
Possibly get ready for "Warm Coffee", "Assassin's Greed", "Dial B For Bomb" and many more.
The script is set and now all they need is to attach a director and they plan to see the project finished for summer in 2010. The game is packed with action, guts and guns - we should see something beautiful happen.
Handling the script is Stuart Beattie who describes the movie as being an "enormous film".
In a bid to promote the mod community for the studios acclaimed PC RPG The Witcher, the team will be including little adventures complete with new quests. Patch 1.3 will include a story set before the game kicks off.
Gamers can use D'Jinni which is the mod toolkit for The Witcher.
Joakim Sandberg, an indie game developer, has released the demo of his side-scroller adventure game Noitu Love 2. The game has a very retro feel about it, reminding one of the classic NES and SNES days.
Download the Noitu Love 2 demo.
Haemimont Games and Kalypso Media have released the 1.02 patch for Imperium Romanum. The patch corrects some critical crashes to desktop and adds a new scenario called Augusta Raurica.
Download the 1.02 patch.
The Competition has now closed, and the winners are announced inside!
With big names of the film industry launching and expanding their foothold in gaming, and with games publishers now returning the favour with movie projects - this move by Viacom is hardly surprising.
The film giant will be focusing on new and catalogued IPs for casual and mobile gaming.
In a bid to increase both their player base and the allure of the online role-playing game, NCSoft have put live discoverguildwars.com and discoverlineage2.com.
They hope that the sites will entice newcomers to MMORPGs to sample their "most cherished and endearing" onliners.
Many gamers and fans of the GT series have been left feeling a little blue as the promised day early release of Prologue over PSN yesterday never materialized. Supposedly it won't appear until Saturday "at the earliest".
The game is available in stores today, and there will hopefully be an official statement from Sony today. This no-show might be related to the recent breach of the PlayStation Store.
Grand Theft Auto IV is going to be game of the year. In that spirit Rockstar Games has decided to let all those GTA fans/nuts prove their mettle by launching a stat tracking site for leaderboards and walls of fame.
Apparently the first 10 to complete the game 100% will receive an "ultra-rare" key to Liberty City.
More information about a possible sequel to Dawn of War has been revealed by a Belgian magazine called PCGameplay.
The Orkz and Space Marines are the only two classes that have been mentioned for roles in the sequel, although a co-op campaign has also been suggested for both races. DirectX 10 will be supported, along with multiple CPU cores.
While they haven't set a specific date for the update going live, Valve has been talking what gamers can expect. Most notably are unlockable weapons for the different classes and a new mode where players have to escort a mining cart through the new Goldrush map.
The planned 'Overhealer' medic unlockable has been dropped according to an email; two other mediguns will still be included with the update though.
The downloadable demo will get the green light on the Xbox LIVE marketplace this May according to the games official website. The game will hit stores in June but there's been no announcement if Europe will see a simultaneous release with the US launch.
The game was "built from the ground up for Xbox 360", it won't be covering the PS3.
The clip shows some quick action. Far Cry 2 boasts an open world environment, 50-km wide in a failed African state stricken with conflict. It all starts with an objective to remove an arms dealer peddling weapons to both sides.
It also confirms the game will see an autumn release date from Ubisoft.
Speaking at the Bank of America SmidCep Conference, Zelnick mentioned both a BioShock and Civilization MMO could have "potential opportunities".
Take-Two is currently under-fire from EA's bidding campaign and having to keep any revolts from T2 stakeholders to a minimum as they argue their case to reject the offer.
They have issued a statement claiming that a small number of accounts could have had their passwords altered by unauthorised access. This would leave personal user data and their Store wallet vulnerable to the intruder.
They are quick to point out that no complete records of credit card numbers are held on the Store, so fraud is "very unlikely." How reassuring.
ELSPA, the Entertainment and Leisure Software Publishers Association, have issued a statement in regards to the latest reports from the Bryon Review. The ELSPA welcome the findings of the review and feels that it lays out an important framework to deliver a better understanding of how to protect children on-line and when playing video games.
GSC Game World and Koch Media today announced that it plans to release S.T.A.L.K.E.R: Clear Sky on August 29th, 2008 for the PC.