Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot says that from 2015, the firm will be moving away from the last generation of platforms.
Activision's unusual relationship with Hollywood took another turn this week, with reports that the publisher is looking to open its own TV and movie studio.
Telltale Games has picked up Destiny writer Joshua Rubin to help develop the studio's upcoming take on Game of Thrones.
Valve is now accepting submissions for Team Fortress 2 merchandise to be proposed by the game's community and sold via Steam Workshop.
Free-to-play shooter Warframe will launch next month on Xbox One, developer Digital Extremes has announced.
Sony Computer Entertainment Europe president and CEO Jim Ryan has said that the platform holder doesn’t have anything against EA Access.
Nintendo may finally be about to make its long-awaited jump onto iOS.
Those with more of an interest that animated Disney characters than Marvel superheroes will be interested to hear of a new Disney Infinity 2.0 bundle.
From the moment Bobby Kotick, Activision CEO, bemoaned the poor sales of Wii U, you knew Skylanders had a problem.
Dovetail may be expanding into the worlds of fishing and planes, but don’t for a second think the publisher is turning its back on its beloved train series.
Metro has been remade.
Hell is coming to the PS4 and Xbox One.
One of the world’s biggest games properties has tied up a deal with the world’s biggest soft drink.
In a perfect world it would go without saying that a game based on the Alien IP would be utterly terrifying.
For many firms, purchasing a franchise would be an easy excuse to remake theseries as they see fit.
More than $50 million has been donated to Cloud Imperium Games for the development of upcoming space exploration title Star Citizen.
Microsoft has admitted that its controversial capture of Square Enix’s Rise of the Tomb Raider as an Xbox exclusive is designed to fend off the threat of Uncharted 4.
Since its inception almost three years ago, Nordic Games has become a prolific name not only for its core gaming retail focused PC and casual console titles.
Having previously claimed to have received an official nod from Konami, a fan remake of the original Metal Gear Solid has now been shut down by the publisher.
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Digital downloads represent a whopping 92 per cent of all PC game sales across the world.