Ninth week on top for Activision's shooter
Says it will not allow games featuring "content that depict violence towards, or abuse of, children"
Although it looks as if a release could well be on the way
As EA forgoes its traditional E3 booth in favour of consumer-focused events, should the LA trade show end its industry-only status?
Also featuring interviews with Tjodolf Sommestad, Mike Bithell and Joe Garland
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One of the largest Chinese piracy groups has said that it has stopped cracking single-player PC games.
Game of War developer Machine Zone has spent big on a Super Bowl ad for the second year running.
Uh oh. A Ubisoft developer has claimed that the graphical prowess of The Division on PC was reigned in to ensure it wasn’t too far ahead of consoles.
The sequel to EA’s 2014 mech shooter Titanfall is going to have its own dedicated story mode.
Charitable games bundle platform Humble is expanding into development of its own titles.
A small number of users were able to download a backwardly compatible Xbox One version of Rockstar’s much cherished Red Dead Redemption at the weekend.
A surprise iOS release for popular roguelike The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth might have been scuppered by Apple’s strict content regulations.
E3 must find a way to incorporate more consumers into the show, say leading games industry commentators.
Activision’s Call of Duty Black Ops III returns to the No.1 spot this week with an 11 increase in sales.
Bundesliga team VfL Wolfsburg has signed an English youngster to play as part of its FIFA eSports team.
Ubisoft’s time trial racing title Trackmania Turbo is launching next month
Long-term Tekken producer Katsuhiro Harada has said that the South Korean games rating board is “the worst”.
Nintendo has revealed that, following their respective release, Wii U shooter Splatoon has consistently outsold Mario Kart 8.
As we countdown to the MCV Awards 2016, which takes place in London on March 3rd, we profile each of the finalists for the Independent Retailer category
Customers with defective iOS handsets are to be given the option of trading them toward a newer model, it has been claimed.
The latest entry in 2K’s XCOM franchise is hitting shelves today, and it appears that the strategy title has native Steam Controller support.
The future of Satoru Iwata’s Quality of Life initiative looks even more uncertain today after Nintendo admitted to officially abandoning its only product.
A game’s front of box age rating warns parents about a title’s content, but figuring out what ability is required to play the game is altogether trickier.
My friend Andrew was the only friend I knew with a computer when I was 12.
By his own standards, the past few years have been quiet for Ian Livingstone.
And you thought making room for Kinect was tough?
Popular games presenter and media personality Julia Hardy will host this year’s MCV’s Women in Games Awards.
Sony has revealed a PlayStation 4 and Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End hardware bundle.
Developer Bohemia Interactive has said that a recent forum hack has led to a security breach of user data.
Industry veteran Ian Livingstone is opening two academies in Tower Hamlets and Bournemouth.