Follow us on
PlayStation wants to find new PS4 and PlayStation VR games, and it is heading to Interface next week to do it.
All of the finalists in each of the Women in Games award categories should be celebrated, thanks to the contribution these inspirational individuals make to the UK industry.
Rising games publisher Curve has recruited John Vega as its new business development manager.
Having previously admitted that a recent spate of Dark Souls 3 band may have been made in error, Bandai Namco has now warned players about their conduct.
UK based eSports organisation Gfinity has launched GTV into open beta.
Developer Gearbox has built up a reputation for producing some critically acclaimed online shooters.
Remedy has said that a fix for the troubled PC version of Quantum Break won’t be possible until Microsoft rolls out an update to Windows 10 itself.
One of the main criticisms of YouTube’s Content ID system has been addressed by the video service.
Fable makers Lionhead has officially closed.
One of the founding fathers of video games is moving into mobile development thanks to a newly-inked partnership.
We may have seen some big titles this year already, including The Division and Dark Souls III.
$6.2bn was generated from digital game sales in the month of March, research firm SuperData says.
We are probably setting ourselves up for a fall here, but we think the Interface conference might just be the best conference we’ve ever done.
While still in development for Oculus Rift, Mojang has released a surprise virtual reality version of Minecraft for Samsung Gear VR.
Over 100,000 new products will be accessible via GAME’s High Street shops.
Nintendo will shun a global rollout in favour of releasing the NX in its home country of Japan first, DFC Intelligence expects.
Loot boxes seem to be very much the thing right now, so it isn’t the biggest shock in the world to hear that another company is trying to muscle its ...
The likes of Turtle Beach will be toasting another successful year, if the latest data from GfK is anything to go by.
Rocket League studio Psyonix says that PS4 and Xbox One players being able to compete with each other will be a big boost to the eSports industry.
Back in 2004, Xbox VP Peter Moore spent two days pretending to be PlayStation CEO Ken Kutaragi.
It’s looking more certain than ever that a new Xbox will be revealed at E3 in June.
Bandai Namco’s latest release based on the popular One Piece manga has taken both first and second place in Japan, according to data from Famitsu.
Nathan Mills joins from Stature PR, IGN's Daniel Krupa is promoted to UK managing editor and GameSpot appoints a new video producer.
Sony has revealed that it sold 17.7m PS4 consoles in its last financial year.
In today’s free MCV, we speak to the creators of Xbox 360 as Microsoft ceases production on the iconic console.