David Braben has been appointed OBE in the Queen's Birthday Honours List.
Last night's series four finale of Game of Thrones has set a new record for illegal downloads.
The door has been opened for a possible acquisition of Japanese publisher and developer Capcom.
The exclusive content offered to PS4 and PS3 owners who play Bungie’s Destiny has been listed.
YouTube superstar Felix ‘PewDiePie’ Kjellberg is reportedly making in the region of $4m per year.
Oculus VR has scooped up another industry veteran, as Supergiant's senior programmer Chris Jurney has announced his hiring at the Facebook-owned VR company.
Nintendo has won yet another patent battle over its Wii Remote technology, the company has announced.
Sony's PlayStation 4 led US hardware sales in May, finishing ahead of Xbox One for the fifth consecutive month according to NPD's latest monthly report.
Jetpack Joyride and Fruit Ninja developer Halfbrick Studios has entered the mobile publishing ring, announcing the release of South Korean-based studio Enfeel’s Birzzle Fever.
Episodic adventure game Broken Age is available now on iPad, developer Double Fine has announced.
Early Access title The Forest continues to outpace the rest on this week’s Steam top ten sellers chart.
Square Enix is rumoured to be readying a PS4 and Xbox One release for Sleeping Dogs.
Street Fighter IV producer Yoshinori Ono has quit Capcom.
The extent of the visual upgrade between Grand Theft Auto V on PS4 and PS3 has been detailed in a new video.
Mojang has detailed a number of new features scheduled for inclusion in the PS4 version of Minecraft.
The rapid expansion of the Angry Birds universe is continuing with news of yet another new brand to the IP.
American Nintendo boss Reggie Fils-AIme has insisted that upcoming toy line Amiibo will not compete with Skylanders and Disney Infinity.
For the first time since the year 2000 there will be no new FIFA game on PS2 this year.
E3 wasn’t the right place to discuss Microsoft’s Windows gaming strategy, Microsoft’s games boss Phil Spencer has said.
Crowd-funded microconsole Ouya continues to attract new developers – around 1,000 a month according to CEO Julie Uhrman.
Hopes for a PC port of Bungie’s upcoming shooter Destiny appear to be very much alive.