Football: bloody hell! After a summer of Fifa shenanigans, it’s good to be back in the swing of the club season.
Google’s Alphabet just lost an “N”, after location-based gaming department Niantic Labs announced that it is going independent.
Mobile games developer Noodlecake Studios is having some fun at online pirates’ expense, uploading a version of its latest game to filesharing services that is impossible to complete.
You really can’t keep passionate creators down – and even after the unceremonious culling of the rhythm-game genre by publishers Activision (Guitar Hero) and EA (Rock Band) five years ago, developer Harmonix has never lost the faith.
The Pro Evolution Soccer series has had a rough time of things over the last decade.
Frontier Developments’ slow march towards the complete Elite: Dangerous package will take a huge step forward this year, with the arrival of Horizons, a “second season” of expansions for the gigantic space-exploration game.
Tottenham's Harry Kane isn't happy with EA Sport's latest player ratings.
Angry Birds 2? This is actually the eighth sequel to Angry Birds, following the Seasons, Rio, Space, Slingshot Stella, Friends and two Star Wars games.
It's almost THAT time of year again, so why not get excited!
A new trailer for Focus Home Interactive's Cities XXL blows SimCity's city sizes out of the water.
In this brilliant 50-minute documentary celebrating the developer’s 30th anniversary
A whole new perspective has been given to MGS V: Ground Zeroes on PC.
UPDATE - Charlie_pl has given HITC an exclusive look at his next Game of Thrones pixel art.
Additional characters from the books and TV show have been added to one artist's body of work.
Last week saw some interesting console news from games industry publication MCV.
If you’re of the 1% that still wants a tangible copy of a game, you’re going to be disappointed.
Another Call of Duty: Ghosts DLC pack has just come out and it comes with a nice surprise...The Predator!
Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition also boomerangs back up the charts.
Ubisoft’s current gen Assassin’s Creed game looks great, and in this new demo we see many new gameplay features and gorgeous scenery.
It begins with a flashback – or at least that’s what it seems. While children are heard laughing and playing in the background, the camera approaches some sort of golden artefact half buried in the sand.
For all their talk of realism and authenticity, video game developers rarely seek to reflect modern society, or the lives that most of us are living. Grand Theft Auto V produced a ribald, frenzied pastiche of LA, complete with vacuous movie stars and social media millionaires, but most of its skits and giggles were just dirty jokes wrapped up in the veneer of social commentary.