Excalibur Hits Shelves
SirTech enters the PlayStation software market with Excalibur 2555 A.D.
GameSpot's Game Forecast
Here's our weekly peek over the horizon to PC CD-ROM titles that will hit the shelves in the coming months.
Marv Albert Gets Nibble
The voice of Quarterback Club '98 may land on his feet at all-sports radio station WFAN.
Rayman Comes Back as Gold
Ubi Soft's popular platform game Rayman is coming back to take on the masses once again.
Mountain World Teams Up With Sony
Canadian LBE company teams up with Sony for some hi-tech projects.
Dragon's Lair Goes DVD
The laser disc game from the early '80s comes back to support a distinctly '90s video format.
Lose Your Marbles, Lose Your Job
Sure you could have called in sick, but isn't more fun to play Lose Your Marbles at worrk?
MPlayer, ABC Join Forces
Players go at it in head-to-head competition over the Internet.
Hit the Road with Redneck Rampage
Leonard and Bubba, the hillbilly characters from Interplay's 3D shooter Redneck Rampage have just earned themselves a sequel.
Sam & Max Jump to Saturday Morning
Steve Purcell's comic that has spawned a hit LucasArts video game begins its animated run on US TV tomorrow morning.
Rugrats Crawls to Consoles
THQ announces that it has picked up the license to the hit Nickelodeon animated series Rugrats.
Incubation has all the ingredients to become among the season's most popular strategy titles
Okay, Dave Taylor: Why Linux?
When Crack dot Com announced that it was going to release boxed, supported versions of its games for Linux, we had to ask why.
The TV Dinner That Ate Sierra
Sierra On-Line cooks up a deal to increase brand awareness; pitches its product in the frozen food aisle.
VideoGameSpot Game Calendar
Feast your eyes on the new Game Calender for a list of games planned for release for the rest of the year. It comes complete with links to VGS previews, ...
Dead or Alive Shots
Arcade fighter Dead or Alive releases for the Sega Saturn this week in Japan.
Formula 1 In the Pits
Sony recalls half a million Japanese copies of Formula 1.
SciTech Releases MGL 4.0 OpenGL Source Code
With all the support OpenGL has been getting, many would assume that companies would attempt to cash in. But one company is making a stand by giving its product out ...
Real 3D Without the Tacky Glasses
Want 3D without having to wear the funky headgear? Silicon Graphics may have found just what you're looking for.
Final Fantasy VII Skips a Beat
Video game rentals for the week show some weakness for Square's epic RPG.
QTest2 Rumor Dispelled
id clears the air on spreading word of an upcoming QTest2 for Quake 2.