Phil Spencer Was Worried About Having Keanu On Stage At E3 2019
Plus, how Microsoft's strong E3 signals what's ahead.
Plus, how Microsoft's strong E3 signals what's ahead.
The cloud is "inevitable", he says, but there's still plenty of room for standard consoles.
The next generation of Xbox will have games that do more than just look good.
Phil Spencer reflects on the mistakes they made, and how they've corrected things since then.
The head of Xbox doesn't feel the need to put the other consoles down to talk Xbox up.
How the head of Xbox is preparing for the future.
Inside Sledgehammer Games' three-year journey to reflect, remember, and accurately represent the real-life horrors of World War II.
The developers behind the PS4-exclusive shooter talk about their upcoming game and why it needed to be on Sony's hardware.
Sony is co-developing the Sackboy platformer with the help of members of the franchise's active level-making community.
We speak to one of Far Cry 4's writers to see how reactions to the previous game in the series shaped decisions for the upcoming open-world shooter.
The first stage of reforms to the National Classification System will be introduced in parliament later this year; reforms include a pilot program that would see online and mobile games ...
Warner Bros has revealed the recently classified Mortal Kombat Komplete Edition will be available at Australian retailers in May; game will be priced at $39.95.
Episodic adventure series hitting Australian stores next month; retail release will include all five episodes of the first season.
Warner Bros. confirms free demo of NetherRealm's DC fighter for Xbox 360 and PS3 starting April 4; Black Adam confirmed as in-game character.
Wargaming has announced a free-to-play mobile MMO action title built specifically for smartphones and tablets; World of Tanks Blitz expected to grow the publisher's multiplatform strategy.
Laura Parker speaks to Telltale CEO Dan Connors about the success of The Walking Dead and why episodic content could be the way of the future.
Loveshack Entertainment formed by former Firemint devs; studio's debut project is a narrative-based puzzle game for tablets and PC.
Laura Parker speaks with the head of French game development house Quantic Dream about peer approval and the growth of the gaming industry.
UPDATE: Vince Zampella confirms West's departure. Call of Duty designer has reportedly left the studio he started with fellow ex-Infinity Ward colleague Vince Zampella due to "family issues."
We speak to Syfy's Mark Stern and Trion Worlds' Nicholas Beliaeff about the upcoming MMO shooter and the accompanying TV series.
League of Legends developer establishes itself in Sydney; says it wants to grow the game's community in the Oceania region.
Court-supervised sale process will see bidding on franchises including Darksiders, Red Faction and licensed software like Marvel Super Hero Squad.
Korean free-to-play firm Nexon has invested in Robert Bowling's Los Angeles-based studio; the deal will involve the development of "future games based on multi-screen, cross-platform gameplay."
EEDAR analyst Jesse Divnich says the PlayStation 4 is a step "in the proper direction" for console gaming; predicts pricing won't be revealed until closer to launch.
Quantic Dream founder shows off studio's new engine on Sony's next-gen console.
Braid creator Jonathan Blow will bring his next title to the PlayStation 4; game will be one of the console's launch titles.
Publisher has confirmed months of rumours and revealed its next-generation console; launch window holiday 2013.
Thatgamecompany's downloadable title takes out Game of the Year award; Telltale Games' The Walking Dead scores Adventure Game of the Year.
Star Trek director teaming up with Valve co-founder Gabe Newell for unannounced game project; possible Half-Life and Portal films also being investigated.
Xavier Poix says Nintendo's new home console off to a slow start; believes gaming's future lies in interconnectivity and multiplatform titles.
Take a closer look at the influences and inspiration behind Naughty Dog's upcoming postapocalyptic survival game, The Last of Us.
What decisions affect the marketing of a video game? What responsibilities do publishers have when creating advertising material? Five different voices in the games industry sound off on the Dead ...
Sony CEO Kaz Hirai hints the publisher has no plans to "go first" in the next-gen race.
Ubisoft's free-to-play fighting game based on Starz's original television series gets new Australian adult rating for "high-impact bloody violence". [UPDATE: Microsoft responds.]
Soldiers reportedly find current military simulations dated; Army investigating new program to find replacement for Bohemia Interactive's Virtual Battlespace 2.
Australian Centre for Moving Image to lose 17 full-time and casual jobs, cut back its exhibition programs and shorten opening hours in bid to cut costs.
Publisher says it has been exploring the legal options surrounding the re-submission of Left 4 Dead 2 in Australia under the new R18+ adult classification.
Steam Apps Database listing points to possible expansion for Firaxis' PC strategy game titled "One World"; no other details given.
CVG source claims the publisher has plans to consolidate "all their communications technology" around Skype; next-gen Xbox will reportedly see asynchronous voice and video messages.
The Writers Guild of America has nominated six games in its 2013 writing awards; others nominated include 007 Legends and Disney Epic Mickey 2.
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