Amazon’s Fire Phone will be released in the UK before the end of the month.
Research specialists Juniper Research will reveal the future of buying and selling video games at next week's Games Retail 2020.
Upcoming 3DS title Super Smash Bros will offer additional functionality on the ‘New 3DS’ and ‘New 3DS XL’.
PS4 has sold 1m units in the UK, making it the second fastest selling home console of all time.
Last month, Sony's Shuhei Yoshida told Eurogamer he did not 'completely understand' why PS4 has been such a big seller.
Ubisoft has revealed a new Assassin’s Creed franchise collection for release next month for PC, PS3 and Xbox 360.
A new PlayStation 3 hardware bundle headlined by Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham is heading to retail in North America later this year, Sony has announced.
Gearbox’s high-profile action-RPG shooter Borderlands 2 is coming to Linux.
The latest Batman title is coming to stores worldwide next June, Warner Bros has announced.
Apple’s media event tomorrow night looks set to be the launch platform for TWO new iPhones and Apple’s debut in the wearable tech category.
The complete list of announced games that will comprise Sony’s line-up for the Tokyo Game Show later this month has been revealed.
Warner Bros has filed a series of trademarks for what reportedly could be a digital retail and streaming platform.
Ahead of its official worldwide release tomorrow, Destiny has claimed a big UK sales milestone.
The Amazon Fire Phone may only be available via O2 in the UK.
Playing titles competitively is becoming an increasingly desirable career for many gamers. MCV looks at the pro-gaming products you should be stocking
Upcoming Wii U title was once a far more traditional Legend of Zelda experience.
Three leading experts in video games merchandise will discuss the future of this booming sector at Games Retail 2020.
A dedicated controller designed to suit the needs of virtual reality titles could well be in development at Oculus Rift.
Slender: The Arrival will finally arrive on consoles later this month, developer Blue Isle Studios has revealed.
There won’t be any pre-release reviews of Destiny because the game is impossible to assess without the involvement of the buying public.
One of the most powerful figures in sports broadcasting has questioned the rising legitimacy of eSports.