Battlefield 3 senior gameplay designer Alan Kertz was asked if the game will include any animations for entering and exiting vehicles in multiplayer. Kertz's answer: no.
In an interview with VentureBeat, Take 2 COO Karl Slatoff reassured gamers that "beating franchises to death" is something that the company's philosophy makes sure never happens.
Techland has released a video explaining the "co-opetition" mode in their upcoming shooter Call of Juarez: The Cartel.
As previously announced, the pre-order of Batman: Arkham City at Best Buy will get the player a playable Robin for two special Challenge Maps.
Robin will come with his own set of gadgets and special moves, and in addition to him, you can also get the Red Robin skin, which Dick Grayson first wore in Kingdom Come, as well as two additional challenge maps — Black Mask Hideout and Freight Train Escape.
Former president of Sony's Worldwide Studios Phil Harrison stated in an interview with Edge that he thinks Apple will be the entire games industry in ten years if trends continue.
Paradox Interactive and Neocore Games today announced a brand new installment for the King Arthur series, King Arthur: Fallen Champion. The stand along game will act as a bridge between King Arthur I and the upcoming sequel King Arthur II.
King Arthur: Fallen Champions features the story of three brave souls - a knight, an enchantress, and a prophet - who venture through uncharted lands beyond the Forest of Bedegraine in fulfillment of their individual quests.
The Dillinger family has been ruled against in a court battle with EA over the use of the name in connection with bank robber John Herbert Dillinger.
The family estate cited 'right of publicity' regarding Dillinger used for an in-game weapon, however EA succeeded as the Judge said it couldn't apply.
No longer will you be asked to provide an authenticator code as much logging into World of Warcraft, if you opted into the system, as Blizzard updated it.
Now it "intelligently" tracks login locations for accounts, and if you're playing "consistently from the same place" it won't demand a code, making it "less intrusive".
Jagex confirms that emails going around 'informing' RuneScape users that they've "received an infraction due to a major macroing offense," is entirely fake.
Worse than that actually because it's a phishing scam. If you receive the email just dropkick it into oblivion. It attempts to lure you in with an 'appeal process'.
Dance-based fitness is back on top of the UK all format chart with Zumba Fitness, while Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D comes 2nd for Nintendo 3DS.
Dungeon Siege III enters 9th and Alice: Madness Returns arrives 13th. Ubisoft's Child of Eden misses the top 20 and lands 25th. Duke Nukem Forever is 3rd.
Battlefield 3 developer DICE has confirmed that the console versions are 720p after the PS3 version was shown on US chat show Late Night with Jimmy Fallon.
DICE's Johan Andersson argues all gameplay features of Battlefield 3 like "lots of players, great effects, destruction, vehicles" are "more important than 1080p."
Developer BioWare is a fan of sequels because of the advantage they give to the studio, like getting the chance to "leverage your tools and technology".
Mass Effect 3's E3 demo was "one of our best" said Greg Zeschuk, but wouldn't have been if it "was just a one off." The key is "innovation" and taking risks.
A new Star Wars: The Old Republic trailer is basically a composite of all the previous trailers, asking, “Which side do you choose – Alliance or Sith?” The video presents a strong argument for both sides.
If you don't pay for Xbox Live Gold, you won't be able to play Race Driver: GRID - or just Grid in North America - online anymore, as Codemasters has taken the servers offline for the game. Since Microsoft hosts its own servers through subscriptions, the game will remain online there.
Electronic Arts CEO John Riccitiello thinks Activision's Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 will outsell Battlefield 3, even though he thinks the latter is the better game. The reason? Modern Warfare 3 is more for the mass market, while Battlefield 3 is aimed at the "hardcore".
The Ra’s al Ghul Revenge update is now live in DC Universe Online, as R'as al Ghul is teaming up with Poison Ivy to launch a biological weapon against the entire Earth. Needless to say, Swamp Thing isn't pleased with this development and aims to stop them.
Ubisoft producer Dan Hay is bragging that while Far Cry 3, which debuted at Ubisoft's pre-E3 press briefing, will look "incredible" on PS3 and "fantastic" on Xbox 360, the PC version will be absolutely amazing, as PC users will be able to "dial it to 11," primarily because it's being lead developed on the platform.
BioWare states it will get back the disillusioned fans it lost with Dragon Age II with the upcoming downloadable content it will be releasing for the game. The DLC will answer many of the gripes fans had with the sequel.
Good news for PC gamers who also have an Xbox Live account - Batman: Arkham City will be Games for Windows Live, as the first Batman: Arkham Asylum was.
Sega is now the latest company to have its database intruded upon. The company has confirmed that its SEGA Pass system has been offline since yesterday due to unauthorized entry to the database.