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One of Britain's most established publishing labels is on the brink of going out of business.
Nintendo’s portable console still rules the roost in Japan according to the latest sales data provided by Famitsu.
The developer of Giana Sisters: Twisted Dreams has said it will resist a legal challenge from clothing firm Diesel.
Sony has credited the “strong” performance of PS4 for a good performance in its quarter ending June 30th.
CBS-owned online gaming publication GameSpot has suffered an unspecified number of layoffs, former employees and the company itself have confirmed.
Deep Silver has purchased the Homefront intellectual property from Crytek, taking Homefront: The Revolution out of Crytek’s hands and placing Deep Silver Dambuster Studios in charge of development.
Japan’s console market saw a significant dip in earnings last year, a new annual report on the region finds.
China will become an officially supported Xbox One region when the console arrives the in the freshly green-lit territory in September.
Keen to redress the criticism levelled at it last month, Ubisoft has released details of a female “central character” who features in Assassin’s Creed: Unity.
Three Limited Edition versions of the upcoming Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare have been detailed by publisher Activision.
Activision has revealed the number of people that had played the beta of its new blockbuster IP Destiny.
Xbox One owners don’t need Xbox Live Gold membership to buy into EA Access -that is, unless they want to play online.
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Q1 has delivered mixed fortunes for the struggling Nintendo.
The EA Access subscription service is an Xbox One exclusive because Sony doesn’t believe it offers good value to consumers.
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Sony has announced that its latest LittleBigPlanet game is to hit stores on November 18th in America.
The first standalone DLC for inFamous: Second Son will be released as a boxed product as well as a download, Sony has confirmed.
Sky’s Now TV streaming service is launching today (July 30th) for Xbox One.
Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker has been dated for a January 2015 UK release.
Gameloft has reported modest financial results for its most recent quarter, though the company is positioning itself for a strong second half of 2014.
A port of 1996 arcade game Killer Instinct 2 is heading to Xbox One, if a new ratings listing is anything to go by.
The latest firmware update for PlayStation 4 is out now, adding 3D Blu-ray support and a new “Featured Content” automatic download option.
Xbox One owners will soon be able to access an EA subscription service.
Bandai Namco has insisted that development of Tekken X Street Fighter is continuing.