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A £349.99 Xbox One bundle including a digital copy of FIFA 15 has just been announced by Microsoft.
This year's Skylanders game is coming to tablets… the exact same version that launches on consoles.
Sony’s Gamescom press briefing is just hours away, and you can watch the whole thing on MCV.
Quantum Break is expected to be the headline star of Microsoft’s Gamescom press briefing this afternoon, and you can watch it live here.
The creators of ‘90s cult hit Night Trap have launched a Kickstarter to try and fund an HD remake of the game.
One of the first person shooting genre’s founding fathers is working on a brand new FPS.
Publisher Sega hopes settle its way out of the Aliens: Colonial Marines lawsuit via a payment of $1.25m.
In Activision's recent financials, CEO Eric Hirshberg revealed a worrying statistic.
Sony has revealed that five additional cars will be included in the freshly-revealed DriveClub Special Edition.
As teased in June, publisher Square Enix and developer Dontnod have a new title in production – Life Is Strange.
For the first time in around a decade there won’t be a gameplay demo of the upcoming Madden game from EA.
Long-running UK games publisher Mastertronic has agreed a deal with its creditors to keep the company in business.
The original Hotline Miami is set to arrive on PlayStation 4 on August 19th, publisher Devolver Digital has announced.
Signal Studio’s Toy Soldiers series has been picked up by publisher Ubisoft, with the two companies announcing Toy Soldiers: War Chest for release in 2015.
Award-winning premium mobile title Monument Valley has sold in excess of 1m copies in its first four months out, developer Ustwo has announced.
Activision hopes to boost pre-orders of Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare by letting customers play the game 24-hours early.
A Sierra Games Twitter account has teased an upcoming Kickstarter campaign.
The deadline for Games Media Awards nominations closes tomorrow (August 12th) at 5pm – get your entries in now.
There’s a quote which goes something along the lines of 'we learn about geology the morning after the earthquake', and I must admit it does feel rather apt today.
Every retailer needs a unique selling point, and Green Man Gaming has one in PlayFire.
There must have been a point for UK-based Evolution Studios when it wished the first rule of DriveClub was that you do not talk about DriveClub.
The addictive mix of horticulture and horror in PopCap’s tower defence game has sprouted sequels, spin-offs and plenty of products. MCV gets green-fingered
The founder and CEO of Crytek has admitted that the studio has ‘paid the price’ to downsize and cut costs.
Bungie has confirmed that characters and progress made in last month’s Destiny beta are to be deleted.
Competitive gaming is a big deal, generating millions upon millions of views and beginning to even outpace the rest of the games industry.