InterviewElite defined gaming in the bedroom-coding era. Will the crowdfunded follow-up do it again?
Space may well prove to be the first frontier for Oculus Rift, with Elite Dangerous' alpha testing illustrating the potential of VR.
Brit WeekGaming icon David Braben believes Raspberry Pi can give a new generation the chances he had in the early days of home computing.
Brit WeekDavid Braben is so adamant that the patent laws are wrong that he was prepared to alienate one of his design heroes.
Brit WeekFrom its lofty place as the centre of gaming creativity, British gaming is now battling to stay relevant - but there is hope.
The £22 Raspberry Pi computer has been a phenomenal success, but gaming legend and co-founder David Braben has told TechRadar that the "broken" British tax system made the entire project far harder.
Elite, one of the most groundbreaking videogames of all time, celebrates its 25th anniversary this week, with the game's creator confirming that they are still working on the mythical 'proper' sequel Elite IV.
Develop 09It is a rare thing indeed for a modern-day videogame to be described as truly 'groundbreaking', despite the number of times that particular adjective is abused by games mags and websites the world over, yet TechRadar has just been treated to a talk by two designers of the British games industry's biggest and most groundbreaking games of all time.
Training for the games industry in the UK is not up to scratch. So say several industry bigwigs who have criticised the graduate programs available. This has turned up in a(nother) report by The Daily Mail - a media organ known for the gimlet eye it keeps on the values and machinations of the gaming world.
ExclusiveSo Nintendo has revealed its Wii Motion Plus, a small, roughly cubic add-on that fits onto the bottom end of the Wiimote and brings about a new level of precision as far as motion-detection is concerned. But how does it work, and what exactly are the implications for both gamers and developers?