Entries in 'engine' (21)
FIFA 14 is built using a brand new next-gen game engine… which the PC version won’t use.
Activision and developer Infinity Ward has finally shown the world what it can expect from the next generation of Call of Duty.
It has been confirmed that the new Star Wars games coming from EA studios DICE and Visceral won’t be available on Wii U.
Publisher EA has said it won’t be releasing any Star Wars games in its current fiscal year, which ends March 31st 2014.
Unity has sign a new partnership with Sony to bring its game engine to the PS4 and all other Sony PlayStation platforms.
“The problem is, it took us too long to admit we were going wrong.”
Critics of the Call of Duty game engine are being unfair, developer Treyarch has insisted.
Unity Technologies has announced the signing of an agreement with Nintendo to license the Unity engine for the Wii U.
Hidden in Valve’s Source Filmmaker are files that point to a next generation Source 2 engine, perhaps providing a reasonable explanation for why the company has yet to produce Half-Life ...
Square Enix has shown off the technology that will power its next-generation of video games.
Hideo Kojima’s Fox Engine will power the future of the Pro Evolution Soccer series on next-gen consoles.
The daddy of the city management genre is set for a high-profile return next year with confirmation of a 2013 release for a brand new SimCity.
A host of new game announcements to keep the Xbox 360 fire burning far ahead of E3? Whether that screams of a next-gen announcement at E3 at June or not ...
A new website has launched that allows gamers to compare the trade-in prices offered by retailers for specific video games.
Developer BioWare has confirmed that the PS3 version of Mass Effect 2 will use the engine built for the upcoming Mass Effect 3.
Halo studio Bungie is edging into production on new internal tech for its next ten-year Activision project, the studio has confirmed.
EA has announced that the PC version of football title FIFA 11 will at last boast the same sort of visual fidelity as the PS3 and Xbox 360 versions.
Some may claim that they’ve heard it all before, but developer Konami has again pledged that the next version of its Pro Evolution Soccer series will feature a radical gameplay ...