Xbox Live and Minecraft are bright spots
"A game should be 100 per cent done at the time of release, and I would be livid if it were split up and sold in pieces"
20 per cent of UK gamers are either pre-ordering fewer titles, or aren't pre-ordering altogether
Industry invited to compete at Barnet Power League football grounds; Rockstar, Xbox and Sports Interactive already registered
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Valve has taken a more direct role in Dota's eSports calendar by announcing three more officially sponsored championships to join The International.
The long-awaited movie adaptation of Blizzard’s World of Warcraft franchise has slipped again, this time to the summer of 2016.
Developer Tripwire has included a clause in the end user license agreement for Steam title Killing Floor 2 that gives it the right to ban players who are abusive.
The first run of a recently released Wii U game in Japan has included an unusual extra – boxed copy of the same game for the Wii.
Wolfenstein, Elder Scrolls, Fallout, Dishonored – Bethesda has produced some of the most talked-about titles in games. MCV investigates the publisher’s impressive repertoire
Day one for Steam’s new paid mods from the Steam Workshop is not going well.
When Lionhead Studios made the decision to turn its latest entry in the long-running Fable franchise free-to-play, it knew one thing: not everyone was going to love it.
Zynga’s second-in-command Clive Downie has resigned from the social gaming company and taken on a new role at Unity Technologies.
The creator of Super Smash Bros has accused rival publishers of withholding content from their games so it can be sold at an additional cost for more profit.
Capcom has revealed that its recent reworking of survival horror classic Resident Evil has been a strong seller.
EA's upcoming golf title Rory McIlroy PGA Tour won't be coming out in its previously announced June release window.
Microsoft sold 1.6m Xbox consoles for three months ending March 31st, a drop of 400,000 year-on-year.
Activision has released a live-action short that lays out the premise for this year’s Call of Duty instalment.
The latest Ghostbusters game is coming to iOS in the form of a puzzle-card game-RPG mashup.
The increasingly busy Telltale games has announced yet another product line – this time in conjunction with Marvel Entertainment.
Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor and Dying Light publisher Warner Bros is seeking a new International PR Manager.
Tickets to this month’s Licensing.biz People Awards are selling fast – so book now to avoid disappointment.
The 3D remake of Final Fantasy IV: The After Years is making its way to Steam next month, Square Enix has announced.
A mobile edition of EA Sports UFC is now available as a free-to-play offering on Android and iOS.
Valve has opened the door for mod creators to put their work on Steam for sale.
A producer from EA studio DICE has chosen to address fans directly online who have questioned the studio’s strategy for the recently detailed Star Wars Battlefront.
Downloads for Rovio’s Angry Birds Stella spin-off series have now hit 30m, the Finnish games giant has said.
It’s looking increasingly unlikely that the pioneering virtual reality headset Oculus Rift will launch this side of Christmas.
One of the most recognisable computer mice producers is to move away from the sector, citing declining demand for PC accessories.
Shahid Ahmad, director of the Strategic Content division at Sony Computer Entertainment Europe, is the latest speaker to sign up for the live stage element of Interface.