James Dominguez Has Valve inadvertently revealed that Half-Life 3 is finally coming soon? For this and other news from the past week, read on.
Samantha Murphy Kelly Linux-based Steam OS lets you stream Windows and Mac games from your computer to a TV.
Screen Play Reader Nigel Cunningham Nigel Cunningham presents us with a discussion of current Crowd Funded games plans with a hefty dose of nostalgia.
James Dominguez The classic XCOM strategy series is coming back to PC, and for the first time to console. Screen Play spoke to Firaxis lead producer Garth DeAngelis about the upcoming reboot.
James Dominguez The PlayStation 4 and Xbox One have ostensibly begun their battle, but the real fight doesn't begin until March next year.
James Dominguez It may be the size of a general purpose netbook, but the Razer Blade 14 packs a huge amount of video gaming power into a very sleek package.
James Dominguez Never before have two video game consoles been released so close together. Which one deserves your money more?
Jason Hill For the new PlayStation 4, Sony has learned from its mistakes, but we'll have to be patient before we can enjoy the benefits...
Jason Hill Although there’s no compelling reason to rush to upgrade just yet, Xbox One is a quality machine.
James Dominguez The Xbox One has cracked a million day one sales too, John Carmack quits Id Software, and TrackMania turns ten, plus even more news.
James Dominguez On launch day, the PlayStation 4 will have two high profile exclusive download-only games: Resogun and Contrast. How do they compare?
Hayley Tsukayama Grand Theft Auto V
Hayley Tsukayama Pokemon X/Y
Jason Hill Even the biggest Assassin’s Creed fans could be forgiven for suffering franchise fatigue, but Black Flag is hugely entertaining.
James Dominguez BlizzCon dropped a pile of news about new World of Warcraft content, Target posts out some Xbox Ones early, and Classification Review Board announces controversial mass review.
James Dominguez Ron Curry is CEO of IGEA, the Australian peak body for video game publishers. Today we present the first of two parts of a lengthy interview, in which we discuss game classification and how things...
Screen Play reader Andrew Yoshimura In the final part of his fascinating series of retrospectives looking at the major players in video gaming history, today Andrew Yoshimura looks at Microsoft and the Xbox.
James Dominguez A packed month of user-submitted articles and reviews has made judging the winner a very tough job.
James Dominguez With all the new games coming out, nobody has time to be replaying old ones, and yet that is exactly what many of us do. Which are the ones you can't walk away from?
James Dominguez A quarter of a century after Beyond Thunderdome, Mad Max is finally getting the video game treatment, and Screen Play spoke to one of the people behind it.