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A Hideo Kojima freed from Konami’s publishing demands may appear a thing of nightmares, but Sony says that trying to shackle a creative mind like his is a mistake.
Each and every year, around E3 time, EA reveals what’s new with the latest FIFA.
For the first time ever, a Resident Evil game is being penned by a Western writer.
Developer Quantic Dream announced a remastered version of Fahrenheit.
Payment service PayPal has confirmed when this year’s Steam Summer Sale kicks off.
The next Mario game might be a little bit different.
A bundle of three experimental games based on the theme of homosexuality are now available to download – for free – on Steam.
After years of saying it has no plans for a Skylanders film or cartoon, Activision has announced a TV show based on the toys-to-life brand.
Do you remember when EA ‘wasn’t at E3’?
Developer Lilith has blamed the recent shock cancellation of horror title Allison Road on a split with publishing partner Team 17.
Next week, the UK will vote in the EU Referendum.
The latest Dead Rising game will likely make its way onto PlayStation.
It seems that NX will not look to compete with rivals Xbox Scorpio and PS4 Neo in raw performance terms.
Formed by veterans from Telltale Games, Klei Entertainment and Irrational, Campo Santo released its first game Firewatch at the start of year.
This is probably the game you’re looking for.
Rumours that NX was pushed back to incorporate VR appear to have been dispelled by Nintendo.
China should be an enticing market for any games company.
Marvel has said that the new Spider-Man game unveiled at Sony’s E3 press conference should be regarded as a battle cry from the company.
Industry commentators have taken to calling Playtonic ‘the new Rare’.
Xbox boss Phil Spencer has revisited comments made earlier this week in which he said 1080p TV owners shouldn’t bother upgrading to Xbox Scorpio.
Nintendo announced a western release date for Dragon Quest VII: Fragments of the Forgotten Past during one of its livestream at E3.
Wii U-exclusive Paper Mario: Color Splash is hitting shelves at the end of 2016.
The locking off of Microsoft’s first party PC games from Steam may only be a temporary measure.
Compulsion Games’ We Happy Few, shown on stage at Xbox’s conference, was the most popular game at E3.