We use cookies to provide you with a better experience. If you continue to use this site, we'll assume you're happy with this. Alternatively, click here to find out how to manage these cookies

hide cookie message

More Games Articles

  • News: E3 Preview: What We Want to See

    E3 starts this Tuesday (June 7), and if the rumors are any indication, this year's show will be one for the gaming history books. Read on to see what PCWorld's E3 Away Team is anticipating, and don't forget to follow PCWorld's Game On blog for up-to-the-minute E3 updates.

  • News: GamePro Weekly: E3, PSN, Call of Duty (cont'd)

    In our new weekly round-up of news, opinions, quotes and tweets from around the industry, Kat Bailey offers her take on next week's E3 press conferences, BioWare's fall from grace and more!

  • News: New XCOM Coming Next March

    The return of classic alien-hunting franchise XCOM is set to take place in March of next year on PC, PS3 and 360.

  • News: RolePlayers' Realm VI: The Witcher 2 & Final Fantasy XIII-2

    Kat, Jason and special guest Kevin VanOrd settle in to discuss what some are already calling the best RPG of the year. Also: Richard from Japan stops by to chat about Pandora's Tower and Final Fantasy XIII-2!

  • News: PSN Welcome Back Available Today

    PSN is back, and Sony is understandably excited about this. You probably just want your free stuff, though, and now it's there for the taking.

  • News: E3 Insider Launches

    Looking for the latest E3 info in real time? Be sure to check out E3Insider.com, the "virtual event experience" that provides you with all the hottest E3 news.

  • News: Star Trek Coming Summer 2012

    Paramount has announced that there's a new Star Trek game coming to 360, PS3 and Windows, featuring hot Kirk-Spock co-op action.

  • News: OnLive Gets Connected with Facebook

    Cloud gaming service OnLive has expanded its social options with new Facebook connectivity. The company will be showing off more goodies at E3, too.

  • Opinion: Oh Brother: Sony Hacked Again

    First the PlayStation Network and Qriocity, then Sony Online Entertainment, Sony Ericsson, and a Japan-based ISP subsidiary. And this morning, you can add Sony Pictures to the list of hack-attack victimized.

  • News: Syndicate Reborn as FPS?

    Classic strategy-action game Syndicate is a favorite of many retro gamers. Now, The Darkness developer Starbreeze is working on a reimagining.

  • News: Sims 3 Pets Coming This Holiday

    Latest Sims 3 expansion Generations has just been released, so EA is now working hard on the next entry in the popular series.

  • News: Konami Pre-E3 Event Round-up

    Konami confirms Metal Gear Solid, Silent Hill and Zone of the Enders HD collections and introduces what will likely be a substantial part of Sony's strategy for the NGP.

  • News: CD Projekt's New Project

    Ahead of the company's "big announcement" at 12pm PT, CD Projekt Red has announced it has teamed up with the studio behind The Witcher's cinematics once again.

  • News: First FFXIII-2 Story Details

    Final Fantasy XIII-2 will be on show at E3 next week, and ahead of its presentation, Square Enix has revealed a few details about the game's story.

  • News: Polish Retailers List 360 Witcher 2

    Good Old Games and CD Projekt Red have been teasing a big announcement that will be taking place later today, and it's looking more and more likely to be a console version of The Witcher 2.

  • News: Pac-Man on Facebook

    Namco has released two versions of Pac-Man on Facebook and is hoping to tap into that part of your brain that kept you feeding quarters into the original.

  • News: Black Ops Free Weekend

    Looking to get your shoot on but a bit strapped for cash? From today, you can nab a copy of Black Ops from Steam and play for free.

  • News: PlayStation Store is Back

    Sony has finally got the PlayStation Store back up and running, with an absolute ton of new content available for players to download.

  • News: PlayStation Store Back, Sony Finally Returns to Normal

    The PlayStation Store is back, and with that, the coda to what may be the prologue to endless cyber-warfare comes to a close. Sony brought the PS Store back online last night to accolades on the official PlayStation blog, as many marveled at the sheer scope of the update (translation: it's huge).

  • News: Sony to restore Thursday all PlayStation Network services

    Sony will fully restore PlayStation Network services on Thursday in all regions other than in Japan, Hong Kong, and South Korea, the company said.



IDG UK Sites

New iPhone 6 review: best ever iPhone is very good... but no longer the best phone you can buy

IDG UK Sites

Is Apple losing confidence in itself?

IDG UK Sites

Professional photo and video techniques for perfect colours

IDG UK Sites

How (and where) to buy an iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus in the UK. Plus: What to do if you pre-ordered...