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Massachusetts assemblywoman Linda Stender wants to introduce legislation to ban mature-rated arcade games.
Three of EA’s Facebook titles are facing the chop.
Upcoming racer GRID 2 is to get its own round of GAME lock-ins later this month.
Tomb Raider fans in Japan are being asked to buy $30 worth of additional content if purchasing the game on Steam.
The new flagship Blackberry Z10 seems to be in danger of turning into a commercial disaster.
The future of 2K Games’ promised XCOM shooter is in doubt.
New HMV owner Hilco will cut a further 400 jobs at the entertainment retailer, according to reports.
BioShock Infinite remains the boss of the UKIE GfK Chart-Track All Formats Top 40 this week.
Many UK and American players were left unable to log into Xbox Live over the weekend.
Valve has revealed Steam’s top selling products chart for the week ending on April 13th.
EA has cut a number of staff at its customer service branch in Galway.
The retail launch for Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition has been pushed back to June.
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The Office of Fair Trading this morning announced that it is to investigate in app purchase strategies employed by video games publishers.
Forgive me for opening with an 'As a parent' introduction.
Namco Bandai's free-to-play spin off for the Tekken series has been downloaded for smartphones and tablets more than 1m times.
April 1st, 2013 marked the 25th anniversary of the Mastertronic Group, the long-serving UK publisher and distributor that began life as The Producers.
UK video games trade body UKIE has said that it will assist the Office of Fair Trading in its investigation into in-app-payments.
A hacking group has been targeting game companies for years in order to steal source code, an antivirus report has found.
So what of the next 25 years?
A new Ridge Racer has been announced – although it’s probably not the game you expected.
Mastertronic has worked with virtually every major games firm and executive in the world. Andy Payne offers his thanks to some of the Group’s most important partners and friends
The creator of indie gaming hit Minecraft is in the running to be named as the second most influential person in the world.
For over 25 years, Mastertronic has been responsible for bringing some the biggest titles to market and worked with some industry icons.
1988 was an important year.