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Xbox One and PS4 are retailing for well below £300, as the price war between the consoles continues.
Upcoming movie Pixel will be joined by an associated mobile game from Bandai Namco.
Xbox UK has trumped rival PlayStation in the Sales Team category at this year's MCV Awards.
This year's MCV Awards saw the introduction of three brand new company prizes – and three inaugural victors to match.
Following its digital release on PC in February, Gearbox’s Homeworld Remastered is getting a physical release next month.
Having dominated last year’s MCV Awards, 2015’s industry celebration saw PlayStation UK’s marketing team triumph once again.
Square Enix is expected to announce a number of redundancies from its UK office.
Upcoming music title Rock Band 4 won’t just work with old Rock Band hardware – it’ll also work with any Guitar Hero gamers may have.
Brand communications agency PrettyGreen is the new retained PR agency of Nintendo UK.
A second title dedicated to the upcoming Apple Watch has been unveiled, this time by UK studio Bossa.
NPD's March 2015 report shows PlayStation 4 on top in a down period for hardware at US retail, while Battlefield: Hardline and Bloodborne duked it out for the top spot ...
343 Industries and Vanguard Games' twin-stick shooter Halo: Spartan Strike has launched on Windows PC, Windows 8.1, Windows Phone and – somewhat unexpectedly – iOS.
Star Wars Battlefront will launch this November, if what fans have unearthed from the source code for the game's website is anything to go by.
Warner Bros walked away the biggest winner from this year’s MCV Awards, claiming three of the night’s most prestigious prizes.
PS4 exclusive Bloodborne is on track to become the most successful game in the Souls series to date, with digital sales accounting for over a tenth of its total.
The creative director of Mortal Kombat has said that Mortal Kombat X has sold faster than any previous entry in the series’ 13-year history.
Feminist Frequency creator and equality advocate Anita Sarkeesian has made it into this year’s Time 100 list.
The cinematic director at developer NetherRealm has (somewhat ambiguously) appeared to confirm rumours that Mortal Kombat X has introduced the first ever gay character to the series.
Viagame’s second ever Hearthstone House Cup last month saw viewer numbers jump 400 per cent compared to its first event.
The PC version of Rockstar’s Grand Theft Auto V has set a new record for the number of concurrent users on Steam playing a game not made by Valve.
Racing studio Codemasters has the rights to the F1 licence for just one more year.
The Apple Watch might not be out yet, but one developer already has an adventure game in line for launch on the tech timepiece.
Australia has seemingly lost its last triple-A games developer.
Bandai Namco has announced what is says is the definite final release date for Project Cars.
More than 155m people play games in the United States, a new report from the Entertainment Software Association claims.