A 75 per cent discount on Batman: Arkham Origins has the game ahead of the rest on the latest Steam top ten sales chart.
Sega's upcoming horror game Alien Isolation will reach UK shelves this October.
Microsoft has revealed what its new Kinect for Windows looks like… and it looks exactly the same as the Xbox One version.
The Xbox 360 version of Mojang’s Minecraft is once again top of the UK Xbox Live charts.
Future is fast-tracking its plans to move its print operations to the UK.
Sony’s first big PS4 exclusive of the year – Infamous: Second Son – debuts at the top of its European online store.
Scottish games developers could lose the tax breaks they fought so hard for, if the country was to go independent.
Infinity Ward is keeping its film-themed DLC going for Call of Duty Ghosts.
Another high ranking Naughty Dog employee working on the next Uncharted game has left the studio.
Evolution studios founder Martin Kenwright has announced the opening of new digital entertainment studio, Starship.
Torchlight studio Runic Games will see industry veterans Travis Baldree and Erich Schaefer exit the company they helped co-found back in 2008, the pair have confirmed.
Microtransactions on consoles accounted for approximately $352m in sales last year, research group Superdata has announced.
Famed developer Cliff Bleszinski has criticised Markus Persson for his decision to pull the plug on the Oculus Rift version of Minecraft.
Video games ad agency Intergi has joined the list of supporters for this year's MCV Awards.
The game director behind Evolution Studios' upcoming racing game DriveClub has left the developer.
The Treasury has now confirmed that developers will not be able to claim back games tax relief. The claiming period will officially begin from April 1st 2014.
Conservative MP and UK Chancellor George Osborne has said that today’s confirmation of video games tax breaks will create new jobs in the sector.
Having seen $10bn wiped off its value yesterday, Facebook has again got off to a troubled start on the markets today.
The latest issue of MCV has named the 100 most influential games industry executives.
At long, long last UK video games tax breaks are upon us, but who is it precisely that qualifies?
Little Orbit and Cartoon Network have announced they will be bringing new titles to gaming consoles and handheld devices this year.