Confusion has surrounded yesterday’s release of the Dark Souls 2 Crown Trilogy DLC.
A new League of Legends video called A New Dawn has racked up close to 5m views in just a single day.
Crowdfunding platform Kickstarter has suspended funding for the controversial STALKER successor Areal.
Blizzard has at long last released its single player DLC for card battling title Hearthstone.
Microsoft has confirmed that it shipped 1.1m combined units of the Xbox One and Xbox 360 in the three months ending June 30th.
EA has taken the surprising step of pushing back its next Battlefield title from its traditional pre-Christmas release.
Riot Games is attempting to crack down on the “extreme” toxic behavior that has plagued the online play of the studio’s popular MOBA League of Legends for years.
The average salary for game developers saw a year-on-year decrease of 2 per cent in 2013, according to the latest Game Developer Salary Survey.
Marty O’Donnell has settled his case against Bungie for terminating the studio’s former composer “without cause.”
The growth of mobile gaming will erode the console and PC games market by 12 per cent over the next five years.
I vowed never to touch World of Warcraft – or any other MMO – again after quitting to focus on my final year at university back in 2006.
Freedom Wars had been scheduled for a digital-only release on Vita in Europe, but Sony has changed its mind.
The number of consumers who say they plan on buying a Wii U doubled after E3 in June.
Nvidia has announced a new tablet-shaped sibling for its Shield Portable gaming handheld.
It may sound preposterous, but Oculus Rift has quite a bit in common with Nintendo’s Wii.
Peter Dinklage, Adam Sandler and Brian Cox are amongst the names signed up to star in a film inspired by internet hit Pixels.
Facebook has officially completed its $2bn acquisition of Oculus.
Xbox One Kinect title Dance Central Spotlight has been dated and priced by Microsoft.
There’s just two weeks left for Gamescom exhibitors and trade attendees to book their place in MCV’s daily magazine during the show.
In case you missed it last week: The GMAs are back for 2014. And we need your nominations.
Ad analytics specialist Flurry has been acquired by web firm Yahoo.