A release date for the demo of the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 versions of Bulletstorm will be hitting Xbox Live Marketplace and PlayStation Network respectively on January 25.
After experiencing a huge success with "Still Alive", Jonathan Coulton has announced that he's penned another catchy ditty for Portal 2.
A new video has been released for Total War: Shogun 2, this time showing off the reams of options and detail in the campaign mode, where you can level up assassins and generals, protect heirs and marry off daughters, plan alliances, strategically direct your armies, convert to Christianity, and generally try to become Shogun of Japan.
The fourth MotorStorm game, Apocalypse will be hitting stores on April 12, Sony has announced on their official blog.
Carnegie Mellon University research professor David Touretzky is opening both barrels on Sony's lawsuit against George 'Geohot' Hotz, and is calling the legal action "breathtakingly stupid", and has defiantly mirrored Geohot's PlayStation 3 break on the college site.
UbiSoft is seriously concerned with the rootkey hack uncovered by George "Geohot" Hotz, so much so that they believe that PlayStation 3 piracy will outpace that of the handheld hackbox PlayStation Portable.
Electronic Arts has confirmed to NowGamer that Starbreeze Studios will be unveiling a new game at Game Developers Conference - behind closed doors. There is strong speculation that the game will be a remake of the now-defunct Bullfrog Studio's Syndicate, a 1993 real-time tactical strategy game set in a future dystopia, produced by Peter Molyneux.
Cryptic is teasing some information on the third season of Star Trek Online, and it appears to be revolving around the Romulans - at least in the first episode, titled "The Vault".
Activision has announced in a press release that they’re so pleased with second party developer Beenox’s work on Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions that they’re going to have them develop more Spider-Man titles for them.
A PS3 owner "port sniffed" his console a while back and found it connects to Sony servers when the system boots, letting them know what is running.
Essentially it could mean bans for hacked consoles without connecting to the PlayStation Network. The list is enough to get "anyone that goes online banned".
Developer Funcom think "you can safely say" that MMO The Secret World will get a digital release as "very few MMOs" aren't available to download.
Exact details about a digital copy they will have to "announce later" said Erling Ellingsen. EA Partners picked up The Secret World; "makes perfect sense".
Blizzard defends the difficulty of Cataclysm's dungeons, especially on heroic, saying they don't want the "under-geared or unorganised" given easy victories.
Dungeons are "gussied up loot vending machines" admits Blizzard's Greg Street, but they want players doing more just "push a button to get the loot."
According to Microsoft's Larry Hryb he doesn't expect they'll "win" December with their US sales as they ran out of stock. "Jan/Feb supply is tight as well."
Hryb does predict "amazing YOY growth" though when the NPD figures are finally published today. Wedbush Morgan reckons they sold 2.5m.
Champions Online developer Cryptic is all systems go these days what with two MMOs in full swing and development of the upcoming Neverwinter.
Apparently they've "at least one top secret project for Atari" somehow crammed into the pipeline. This is another "reach beyond" the traditional MMORPG.
While it's West and East Coast studios in the US have closed up shop, UTV Ignition has consolidated its remaining development assets in Austin, Texas.
That means shooter Reich still lives as the L.A. team's "key personnel" have moved to continue their work as they form a "new internal development team."
The UK's BBFC have given Guerrilla Games' Killzone 3 a clear 18 certificate for its "strong bloody violence and strong language" with no cuts made.
The third instalment carries 70 minutes worth of cutscenes reveal the ratings board. The ESRB gave it a Mature rating, but PEGI is yet to stamp it.
A game can have the 'perfect' multiplayer but still get spoiled by that 'other evil' out there - the rage-quitter. Capcom have a simple method of dealing with such.
Marvel vs. Capcom 3 uses an invisible rep system for players so those quitting unfairly will find themselves facing other like minded souls of ill repute.
Former Assassin's Creed creative director Patrice Desilets is now THQ Montreal boss, but he wants three friends brought over to form part of his new team.
THQ's Danny Bilson says "all three of them are Ubi," and that they were the "most important" to Desilets. The developers are all "on retention".
THQ's Danny Bilson has revealed real-time strategy studio Relic Entertainment is collaborating with Valhalla Game Studios on Devil's Third.
They're partnering on some "really cool aspects" of technology for the action shooter. Valhalla is solo but THQ treat "all our external teams as internal".
Team Bondi's L.A. Noire will be arriving this spring with a solid date to be "announced soon" reveals Rockstar Games. Crime fighting 50's style here we come.
The game was announced 5 years ago but suffered numerous delays. It uses state-of-the-art capture technology for 'real' facial animations in characters.