No One Lives Forever is one of the crown jewels in developer Monolith's stable of games, but Activision, which owns the developer now, has no idea who owns the rights. According to community liaison Dan Amrich, even Activision is unsure of whether the publisher holds the rights to the game.
Gears of War: Judgment has debuted at number one in the UK games chart. Epic Games' next iteration beat off the likes of The Walking Dead: Survival Instinct and Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate, which came in at third and seventh respectively.
Telltale executive producer Kevin Boyle and company co-founder Kevin Bruner have suggested The Walking Dead developers are working with Sony to ensure PS3 saves can be carried across to PS4.
Minecraft creator Markus "Notch" Persson revealed in a Reddit interview that he made around $101M, and he may buy a car with some of the money. Trick is, he has no driver's license yet.
Seth Lochhead is preparing to work on The Shadow of the Colossus' screenplay adaptation. The 2005 game has long been expected to make its way to Hollywood, and with Chronicle's Josh Trank seemingly directing, it appears progress is being made.
Justin Marks wrote an original script in 2009 when the adaptation was first considered. Will this one see the light of day?
Over a week ago, it was reported that Sony had stopped production
on the PlayStation 2 in Japan. Well, the inevitable has followed: worldwide production of the PS2 has officially halted.
Disabled videogame advocacy group AbleGamers has given EA Sports' football title FIFA 13 their mainstream Game of the Year. The group admired the game's controls and AI adjustments that made the game accessible to both physically and mentally handicapped gamers.
On the 11th January, Electronic Arts will be shutting down online support for their 2011 branded EA Sports titles, as well as The Sims 2 a few days later.
Major Japanese gaming magazine Famitsu is reporting that Sony will stop shipping the PlayStation 2 to Japanese retail as of today. The console began its life span in March 2000.
Black Ops II has retained its position at the top of the UK games chart for yet another week. The Wii U's release seemed to barely impact the rankings, as Nintendo Land received the highest position at 11th. Far Cry 3 debuts in a respectable second place.
Silicon Knights recently lost a legal battle against Epic Games. The company has been ordered to recall and destroy any unsold copies of Too Human, The Box/Ritualyst, The Sandman, X-Men: Destiny and Siren in the Maelstrom.
EA Sports has announced that their premiere footie title, FIFA 13, has sold over 4.5M units worldwide in over 40 countries across all platforms in just 5 days. The sold 1.23M units in its first two days of release in the UK alone.
EA has fought against claims the publisher tried to acquire Oddworld Inhabitants in the early 2000s. Spokesman Jeff Brown gave a stirring response to Lorne Lanning's previously published interview.
FIFA 13 eased its way to the UK number one spot this week. It also became the first non-Call of Duty branded game to sell one million copies in its first week.
Insomniac Games has announced at PAX Prime 2012 that Ratchet: Deadlocked, called Ratchet: Gladiator in Europe, will be coming to PlayStation Network in 2012.
Sony has announced that PlayStation Network will be adding Psychonauts as a "PS2 Classic" to the service on the 28th August.
Electronic Arts chief operating officer Peter Moore believes that a good amount of the backlash against downloadable content these days are from gamers who were console gamers from the days of the PlayStation 2 and earlier.
After impressively demoing an iPad live-stream of Black Ops II last week, game design director David Vonderhaar has confirmed the feature also works on consoles.
Bioware has announced that SWTOR players have progressed through the game quicker than expected.
After console manufacturer Sony reported a £3.5bn loss for the past year, the company's share price dropped to a 31 year low, falling 6.7% to £8.79.
According to Fukoku Capital Management president Yuuki Sakurai, "Sony is facing a lot of difficulties and the new president has not been able to produce a clear plan as to how he will turn around the company. Even the little that investors have heard, they are not very impressed with."