If you've played the other Army Of Two games you probably won't be expecting poignant subtextual discourse on the futility of war; more a pair of heavily armed fist-bumping frat boys on a killing spree.
The moment I buy my fake Facebook girlfriend, she leaves a post on my wall. It reads: "I just remembered that thing you said… hiarious. lol ;)" Great.
Amazon trader Ben Morris sits absorbed by spreadsheets and intranet pages on a computer screen in his chilly home office. A small electric radiator battles against the draughts.
Company's creative director pours scorn on concerns about potential online requirements for next-gen console.
£50m deal could see the struggling retailer brought back from the brink.
An American Experience.
There might just be life in the old dog yet: Nipper, the mascot who has peered into a gramophone in HMV shop windows for more than 90 years, appeared close to being saved in a £50m deal that will safeguard 2,500 jobs and up to 140 branches of the UK's last major high street DVD and CD chain.
The chairman of Hewlett-Packard has stepped down and its two longest-serving independent directors are to leave the board as the fallout from the firm's disastrous acquisition of British software firm Autonomy continues.
Facebook launched its new Android "experience", Facebook Home, with a messaging feature called Chat Heads at its heart.
Major U.S. bank websites have been offline a total of 249 hours in the past six weeks, perhaps the clearest indication yet that American companies are prime targets in an unrelenting, global cyber conflict.