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One of the largest multi-discipline eSports organisations in China closed its doors yesterday as Team DK chose to disband all its squads.
Ubisoft’s survival horror title Zombi is set for a boxed release.
Games industry analyst Michael Pachter has said that third-party support is vital to the success of Nintendo’s next home console.
Most people think ‘video games’ and picture big, fun blockbuster popcorn thrills like Call of Duty.
Though Atari was one of the founding fathers of the games industry, for many it will always be synonymous with the video games crash of 1983.
This week, Turtle Beach heads to a galaxy far, far away with Star Wars headsets and Roccat launches a modular mouse
Sega’s cult hit RPG Valkyria Chronicles is getting a brand new instalment on PS4 – as well as a remake of the first game in the series.
London-based mobile studio The Secret Police has received funding from Amuse Capital, headed up by former Sega president Hayao Nakayama.
Uruguay is quietly blossoming into a ripe games market, despite its small size.
EA is planning to wait and see how well VR performs before it jumps into the virtual reality market.
This week’s Star Wars Battlefront is just the start for EA’s rebooted sci-fi shooter series.
Former Assassin’s Creed producer Jade Raymond joined EA for a very good reason.
Microsoft has announced the addition of button mapping support to standard Xbox One controllers.
Nipon Ichi's popular tactical RPG series Disgaea is set to debut on PC early next year.
Reports in the aftermath of the recent Paris terror attack have alleged that ISIS is using PS4s to freely communicate.
After the record-breaking success of Skyrim, Bethesda returns to the nuclear wasteland for Fallout 4. MCV looks at the merchandise set to make gamers glow green with envy (not radiation) ...
Sony has said that a port of 1992 SNES platformer Super Star Wars will be released for PS4 and Vita this week.
Details of further edits to the European and American versions of Wii U RPG Xenoblade Chronicles X have provoked yet more bizarre censorship allegations.
Professional Gaming has come a long way since its beginnings in 1980, when more than 10,000 gaming fanatics gathered to compete in the Space Invaders Tournament.
Nintendo has successfully taken an Italian seller of devices designed to allow pirated games to run to court – and won.
Adult video site Pornhub has said that the release of Fallout 4 caused a temporary dip in its traffic.
The crowdfunded spiritual successor to adventure titles Myst and Riven has attracted the original composer for those games.
Testronic Labs has signed on as the headline sponsor of this year's Develop 100.
A kids game for handhelds that involves capturing fantastical creatures, then battling them against rival monsters. Stop us if you’ve heard this one before.