The market took another dive this week thanks to the current heat wave, a lack of new releases and the start of the summer holidays.
Divinity: Original Sin continued its Steam chart dominance in the month of July, finishing in the top spot on Valve's top sellers list for the third consecutive week.
Less than half of GameStop customers are aware of the store's trade-in program, president Tony Bartel has claimed.
Crytek has released a statement acknowledging the recent reports surrounding the company's financial issues.
This week MCV celebrates two decades of Koch Media.
Activison has announced that a new range of premium Skylanders toys will be coming to the UK later this year.
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Digital pet app Animin is to be supported by a £300,000 marketing campaign when it comes to stores this November.
June was a big month for Ubisoft.
Game Expo Scotland has partnered with Scottish fighting game organisation Versus Scotland to bring three eSports zones to the two-day event.
Disney has announced that the sequel to its Disney Infinity toys-to-life title is coming to stores next month.
MCV’s new little black book Game Source launches today.
Something BioShock this way comes.
Sonic the Hedgehog reboot Sonic Boom will release for 3DS and Wii U this November, Sega has announced.
Square Enix has announced a limited edition for the upcoming Kingdom Hearts HD 2.5 Remix compilation.
Google is finalizing a $1bn deal to acquire streaming video network Twitch, a new report claims.
Ubisoft’s racing title Trials Fusion has sold over one million units.
GAME is to start selling a line of PlayStation Vita digital titles.
It seems that Valve has redesigned the Steam Controller once again.
The PS4 will get 3D Blu-ray support next week, Sony has announced.