Electronic Arts CEO John Riccitiello has confirmed that Battlefield 3 will be hitting stores in 2011.
With the release of the major patch for Civilization V which fixes and tweaks nearly everything in the game - save that annoying opening cutscene - Civilization V lead designer Jon Schafer has left Firaxis.
Microsoft plans to use Windows 8 to re-invigorate PC gaming. The next OS is scheduled for sometime in 2012.
Valve has finally set a concrete release date for Portal 2: April 21, 2011.
Well, it's that time of year again - Christmas is a couple of days out, the entire industry is starting to wind down... lawsuits aside
I suppose... and it's time for your friendly neighbourhood Strategy Informer to shut up shop for the Holidays.
Electronic Arts has revealed that in-game ads don't bring in the revenue that they thought they'd receive, and that microtransactions are far more profitable.
Total War: Shogun 2's Collector's Edition will come with a finely polished wooden Shogun-themed Chess set.
The first Dungeons & Dragons digital download game has been announced by Atari and Bedlam Games. Dungeons & Dragons: Daggerdale will be released for PC, Xbox Live Arcade and PlayStation in Spring 2011.
The game seems to be a Diablo-style hack-and-slash action RPG, which would be welcome news for gamers who loved the Baldur's Gate: Dark Alliance games, which were also Diablo-style games based on D&D.
Blizzard has finally released a demo for Starcraft II.
The car list for Test Drive Unlimited 2 has been revealed by Atari, and it has some of the top sports cars available today.
There's fewer sights more disturbing and funny than the sight of 300 naked Orcs in World of Warcraft teabagging a level 85 NPC.
Bioware's Marc Laidlaw hosts a developer diary video discussing the combat in Dragon Age II, explaining how the player can fight in two ways - as an action-RPG or as a tactical strategy game.
Crytek's latest Crysis 2 trailer shows off gameplay and how kickass the Nanosuit really is. Check out the deformation and particle effects in the touted CryEngine 3 graphic engine.
The tortured development saga of Max Payne 3 continues, as the game has not been listed on the company's release schedule.
Electronic Arts CEO John Riccitiello blasts Activision and Treyarch over releasing an unfinished Call of Duty: Black Ops and implies they rode the coattails of Infinity Ward's Modern Warfare 2, while Riccitiello's counterpart, Activision CEO Eric Hirshberg defended the release, stating Riccitiello was just hating on the game.
Electronic Arts has issued a press release bragging that since Need for Speed: World has gone free-to-play, they have added two million registered gamers, bringing the total to three million.
Take-Two reveals Red Dead Redemption from Rockstar San Diego has shipped 8 million units worldwide, and the publisher is profitable without GTA.
No longer are Take-Two at the mercy of Grand Theft Auto's mega launch sales to earn a buck, as "net revenue grew 65%" year-on-year without it.
Funcom's Bloodline Champions beta is now open to the online masses, and it rewards all early testers with pre-launch rewards. It's already 200,000 strong.
You can also be earning Bloodcoins to splurge on in-game items. Bloodlines is very Diablo-esque, but features no levelling but fixed PvP classes and gear.
Conan the Barbarian will be exercising his sword arm as Paradox Entertainment, the IP holder, has teamed up with Digital Development Management.
Together they're pitching a new Conan videogame to publishers and developers, and note it won't necessarily be based on 2011's reboot of Conan.
World of Warcraft's Blizzard has confirmed that 'Titan' is the studio's "next gen MMO" and that's only because they want to "leverage" it as a recruiting tool.
A leaked document supposedly reveals Titan is due in late 2013, however Blizzard would only confirm that 'Titan' is their next MMO project. Diablo III is next.