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What appears to be concrete talk about an updated version of the PlayStation 4 is probably the most interesting thing to have come out of GDC last week.
When the Sacramento Kings’ Golden 1 Center opens in October for the tipoff of the 2016-2017 NBA Season, the $507 million arena will have 1,000 Wi-Fi access points for 17,500 ...
Of the three big players entering the VR fold this year, only one has a chance of being a mainstream hit.
Microsoft has apologised for its use of female dancers dressed as school girls at a GDC party last week.
Gamers may in the future be able to sell their digital Xbox purchases back to Microsoft.
Ubisoft’s latest smash hit The Division was the best-selling game in the UK for the second week running.
The debut eSports Industry Awards will arrive in London on November 21st at London hotspot The Brewery.
Hit Edinburgh stage show Go 8 Bit is coming to TV this autumn, and will be hosted by Dara O’Briain.
The Spanish developer of Castlevania: Lords of Shadow MercurySteam has announced it is once again working with former Konami head of studio Dave Cox.
“The first time I did Video Games Live, everyone thought I was completely insane,” begins Tommy Tallarico, founder and composer of the touring symphony that specialises in video game music.
Your VR demo can be a flash as you like, but when the user is sitting in a chair in their pants there’s only so much illusion your clever programming ...
Those planning on attending this year’s Gamescom have until Thursday, March 31st to secure their tickets at the early bird rate.
Ryan Barnard, the game director of Ubisoft’s most recent smash hit The Division, has departed the company and moved to the makers of Hitman, IO Interactive.
In February, US studio Hi-Rez announced that it has finally decided to cross the pond to open a brand new office in Brighton, and appointed Véronique Lallier to run it ...
MCV speaks to Rich Taylor, the senior vice president of E3 organiser ESA, about the recent loss of Activision and EA from the expo’s show floor.
You only get virtual reality when you try it. So allowing folk to try it looks like it will define the upcoming VR marketing push.
The judging panel for the Women in Games Awards has been announced, with leading executives from across all sectors of the UK games industry voting on these special accolades.
Forget NX and smartphone games – the product that might just come to define Nintendo’s 2016 is a 3DS title.
Sony’s PlayStation VR will be able to offer Vive-like room-scale tech.
Developer Cliff Belszinski has said that his next shooter will not be a free-to-play title after all.
Virtual reality makers know that fending off motion sickness is absolutely crucial if the sector hopes to have a successful future.