Oh for the love of, just show us something already, Microsoft!
This, despite Lester Speight stating earlier that he was contacted.
Lester Speight reveals that he's been contacted to reprise his role.
Gears of War maker back in business.
Have your questions answered by Rod Fergusson.
Whether atmospheric survival horror or straight up action, Capcom has some tough decisions to make for the next sequel.
Using "bleeding edge" technology.
Killer Instinct creator talks about the awesome concepts Black Tusk is toying with.
I like where this is (seemingly) headed.
The IP went to Microsoft simply because Gears doesn't fit with Epic's current direction.
It should be "bigger".
Microsoft Games Studios corporate VP says they're "still working through a plan" for the game.
"It's in my DNA," says the Gears dev.
Phil Spencer answers any and all queries regarding new IP for the Xbox One.
Black Tusk is looking to create some imperfect heroes for the next Gears.
'That was just to get their creative juices flowing.'
Phil Spencer also clarifies the reason for Black Tusk not mentioning its unannounced IP.
Gears of War sales doesn't mean the studio has quit game development.
Former series producer for Epic explains why he's returned to develop Gears for Microsoft.
More information Gears to arrive later this year.