If you thought the second Black Ops game took some technical liberties, hoo boy. This one is going full-blown science-fiction. Note that the game doesn't just star the vocal talents of Kevin Spacey; the guy is literally in the game
I guess the other 800 odd quid must pay for the 'magic'. The teardown.com analysis (via Ars Technica) has been called "completely wrong" by Google but unless the rest is made of children's dreams that's a huge difference between parts and product.
Earlier this month, I got a chance to fly up to Washington and try upcoming sci-fi shooter Destiny at the Bungie offices. Here, a giant, life-sized statue of Master Chief stands tall, casting a shadow.
Fahey's been playing The Elder Scrolls Online for a few weeks now in preparation for a full review. Except he hasn't been playing enough to log it for you, the Kotaku readers. Here are his attempts to explain why.
Ten years in and EVE Online is still going strong. Freelance reporter Andrew Groen wants to look into the history of the game, and there are some fascinating tid-bits you may not even know about. It's up on Kickstarter now, so come and take a look to find out some more