Punters invited to vote online.
Soulcaliburs IV and Legends to be distributed in Europe by Ubisoft.
Promising online competition between virtual Olympians worldwide.
"Alternative game BAFTAs" to be staged in London boozer on January 31st; industry sponsor sought to pick up the tab.
Naval shipping line-up on parade.
Not, as we first imagined, a really enormous chocolate bar.
FPS from Metropolis joins Nvidia's "The way it's meant to be played" line-up.
In an exciting update, it's actually won the "Best of CES".
PS2 and PC versions step up to the oche on January 25th; Wii version to follow next month.
Europeans gain new Singapore-based play area and third-tier job advancement.
3D ninja combat on the DS, promising improvements over the Japanese original.
Play offline against the likes of Cleopatra, Robin Hood and Little Red Riding Hood.
Launches in Europe on March 14th - and we're not kidding.
Flash-based games invited on the theme of 'Upgrade'.
Headset maker Sennheiser supports marketing thrust.
European release set for next month.
Soundtrack tools for developers.
Concerns raised over BBFC-related Private Members Bill.
"Staggering" 16 per cent growth on previous year; FIFA, Brain Training and CoD4 the top sellers.
First commercial game from the Iron Grip people, based on the Quake 3 engine.