While EA's Dragon Age: Inquisition enters the Top Ten in 5th; Sonic Boom fails to make Top 40
Thinks digital games should cost the same as physical and that too many games are bundled with consoles
Customers being offered free replacements and store credit
Special 'Brit List: Top 100 Women in Games' edition of MCV in January, followed by Women of the Year networking event in February
Team spaces still available at December 2nd evening networking and Xmas party - £249 for a team of five
Follow us on
Devolver Digital’s pigeon dating simulator – yes, pigeon dating simulator – is getting a PS4 and Vita release next year.
Facebook's VP of content and media partnerships has offered a somewhat unsual assessment of what the future of technology has in store.
MCV takes a look at the best accessories heading to UK retail. This week, we say Halo to a new wireless gaming mouse and check out a killer Assassin’s Creed ...
A Ukrainian Starcraft II player has been disqualified from an eSports tournament for threatening to rape a female opponent on social media.
A book that suggested Barbie would need the help of men to code a video game has been criticised by its own publisher.
Only eight days left to book your space at next's week Games Industry Christmas Quiz.
A version of popular iPhone RPG series Infinity Blade is apparently in production for Xbox One in China.
A fire at the warehouse used by Nintendo UK’s customer repair partner has affected a number of gamers.
Microsoft’s Xbox One, Xbox 360 and PC platformer Ori and the Blind Forest will not make its previously scheduled 2014 release date.
A string of 18-rated games front the Assassin’s Creed brand, but Ubisoft wants to explore ways to sell the franchise to children.
The game at the centre of a 3DS hacking method has been pulled from sale.
The president of GameStop has warned the games industry that it risks repeating the mistake of the music and film sectors by devaluing its main commodity.
The PS4 and Xbox One release of Grand Theft Auto V has seen Rockstar’s game recapture the UK No.1 crown.
They might deal with swords and shields, but fantasy games remain as popular as ever in the modern games market. MCV sets off on a quest
Broken Age developer Double Fine has laid off 12 staff in the wake of losing a publishing deal for an announced project.
Nintendo is readying playable displays of several popular Wii U and 3DS games at multiple US malls this holiday season.
Far Cry 4 has proclaimed victory on the latest Steam weekly top ten sellers chart.
The MCV Pacific Industry News E-Zine covers all the stories you should not have missed.
A national rollout for GAMEtronics and a new online marketplace called GAME Marketplace are two of the initiatives planned for GAME in the coming year.
MCV’s Brit List will return at the end of January – but this time it will honour the 100 most influential women in the games industry.
Microsoft is offering one of its latest titles for free to celebrate Xbox One’s first birthday.
The man at the centre of a new 3DS exploit has said that he doesn’t want the method to open the door to new piracy on the machine.
A new all-you-can eat edition of Titanfall has been announced by EA.
The first bit of footage from Telltale’s hotly anticipated Game of Thrones series has been released.
The share price of Future has shot up by nearly 40 per cent so far today following the publication of the media giant’s full year results.