It's time to leave the spaceship behind.
We're going to the zoo. How about you?
This raptor tends to walk when it ought to run.
Behold, the ultimate "I WAS HERE."
An outpouring of support is combating an attempt at sabotage.
The developer of Elite Dangerous and Planet Coaster has licensed something from a Hollywood studio.
The game has hinted at aliens since its inception, but this is the first time a player has encountered one.
Frontier Development is making sure it gets paid for RollerCoaster Tycoon 3.
If you're thinking that the console version of Elite: Dangerous was going to be simplified, think again. It's just as hardcore as its PC counterpart.
Frontier's massively multiplayer space combat sim is striking in its breadth and scope, but it's not an easy nut to crack. Our full review.