Telltale Games' downloadable episodic series, The Walking Dead, will not be releasing in either Australia nor New Zealand due to the region's rating laws.
YouTube user Corridor Digital has released a new (awesome) video showcasing the art of instant kills. Characters from several mainstream genres make an appearance including Master Chief and Shepard.
Electronic Arts has responded to recent allegations pointing towards the fact they removed several of their owner free Battlefield 3 servers, as well as all of DICE's in-game servers.
Electronic Arts has officially confirmed the next installment in their multi-billionaire dollar franchise, FIFA 13, via its first details. The game's first screenshots has also been released.
Rocksteady Studios, developer of Batman: Arkham Asylum and its sequel Batman: Arkham City, is currently hiring for the next-generation of consoles.
Don't expect Transformers: Fall of Cybertron to look anything like a Michael Bay film. High Moon Studios said the VGA trailer ensured that the game differentiated itself from the film series.
Remedy has explaining the reasoning behind why Alan Wake didn't ultimately feature an open world setting. The developer stated that the world in the Xbox 360 exclusive was "rather empty".
Ubisoft has revealed a batch of early concept artworks for the original Assassin’s Creed, consequently showcasing the female protagonist who was in contention of being included in the IP.
Saints Row: The Third - Enter The Dominatrix, initially intended as an April Fool's prank, is now a reality. Volition is currently developing Dominatrix for the PS3, Xbox 360 and PC.
Electronic Arts has confirmed that Rock Band iOS will not become unplayable after May 31st, as recently suggested by an in-app message from the game.
Apart from Call of Duty and Battlefield, nearly every first-person shooter released loses money, believes Timesplitters developer Free Radical.
Activision has confirmed Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 via its website going live. The sequel's first in-game screenshots have also been leaked.
A former staff member of the now-defunct developer Bizarre Studios has stated that the only way for the racing genre to be saved is for the next-generation of consoles arriving.
SEGA has announced a sequel to arcade racer Sonic & All-Stars Racing, Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed. It'll take the IP in a new direction by featuring a diversity of vehicles.