Portal 2's "Ship Overboard" achievement has sparked new Half-Life 2: Episode 3 rumors.
OnLive customers who pre-order Homefront will get a free game system and a "copy" of Metro 2033.
Croteam revealed that the third Serious Sam installment will actually be a prequel.
Fable 3 for Windows PC will have an exclusive "Hardcore" mode and support Nvidia 3D Vision.
Nvidia will conduct a workshop on how to port PC and console games to its Tegra platform and the Android OS.
Gearbox wants the name of everyone associated with Duke Nukem Forever's development. Hope this doesn't delay the game.
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Duke Nukem Forever will fly off retail shelves despite whatever review scores it earns from all three platforms.
Blizzard is still working on the promised Marketplace for StarCraft 2.
Ready for 7601?
Long before Half-Life and Prospero, Valve was working on a submarine game.
Microsoft is releasing a non-commercial Kinect SDK for Windows this spring.
The male Demon Hunter has traits of Clint Eastwood, Trent Reznor.
A Blizzard job listing is looking for a senior producer for the Diablo 3 team, specifically for consoles.
An ex-Bungee contractor has revealed a few tidbits about the studio's post-Halo franchise.
PC gamers finally get a little taste of Crysis 2 multiplayer action.
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The PC version of Duke Nukem Forever will arrive with support for Valve's Steam platform.
Crytek's Cevat Yerti said that PC gaming is still important despite the recent Crysis 2 leak.
Getting the iScriptions... or iSub?
Valve released pre-order info and hardware requirements for the upcoming game Portal 2.
SP1 is almost here.
Gabe Newell and Steve Perlman talk smack in a recent Forbes article.
Piracy will eventually force PC games into digital-only distribution while console games will require serial numbers. Arg!
Who needs BlackBerry's App World when you have the Android Marketplace?