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Mortal Kombat producer Threshold teaming up with Tetris Company
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The perception that Sony’s PlayStation Home was a commercial flop could not be further from the truth, nDreams CEO Patrick O'Luanaigh has said.
EA’s FIFA 15 is the latest big name to back next month’s Games Media Awards.
It seems like the dust is finally settling on the recent #gamergate scandal, but what longer-term effects could accusations of corruption have on games journalism as a whole?
Intergi Entertainment has changed its name to PlayWire Media.
It seems that Microsoft’s $2.5bn acquisition of Minecraft creator Mojang doesn’t mean the retail version of the brick-building game will launch on Xbox One ahead of its rival, the PS4.
Last year, online games giant Wargaming finally launched its World of Tanks follow-up – World of Warplanes – to disappointing results.
Microsoft has revealed the next iteration of its Windows operating system, Windows 10.
Threshold Entertainment and The Tetris Company are teaming up to make a feature length film based on the classic video game.
Games journalist Dan “Shoe” Hsu has announced he’ll be stepping down as Games Beat editor-in-chief to take on a new challenge outside of games media.
Nintendo has rolled out a new firmware update for Wii U, adding an oft-requested organization feature on the console’s dashboard among other improvements.
Former Rockstar developers Craig Conner and Will Morton have opened a new production studio dubbed Solid Audioworks.
Iconic 1990s video game franchise Lemmings is making a return with a swathe of new licensed merchandise.
The man previously in charge of working with independent developers at Nintendo has revealed he is making his own title – for PlayStation.
Online retail giant Green Man Gaming has opened a digital publishing arm called Green Man Loaded.
Ubisoft has, without much in the way of warning, sneaked Assassin’s Creed: Identity onto the Apple App Store.
It may not strictly be the big Nintendo smartphone foray that some depicted, but The Pokémon Trading Card Game has at last arrived on iOS.
Publishing outlet Future has announced its plans to combine TotalFilm.com, SFX.co.uk and GamesRadar.com into a single website.
Microsoft has finally released the Xbox One in China, and early reports are very positive.
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Apple’s latest handset has been approved for sale in China, after government concerns that the iPhone would allow US agencies to track user data were quashed.
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare could sell up to 15 per cent fewer copies than its predecessor Call of Duty: Ghosts, one analyst has predicted.
A new EU report has stated that tax deals struck between Apple and Ireland are illegal.
The worlds of Tolkien are a powerful force for games retailers, with a massive range of titles and merchandise based on The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit.
EA shooter Battlefield: Hardline is going to work at launch – that’s the promise of Visceral Games’ creative director Ian Milham.
Destiny developer Bungie has seemingly played down accusations that parts of the game’s upcoming DLC is already present on users’ game discs.