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Brexit has ‘definitely caused issues’, says Sega’s European boss Jurgen Post.
British consumers believe that in-app purchases reduce the enjoyment of games.
Has Xbox One finally turned the tide against PS4 in the North American market?
Mario’s iOS debut has come at a price.
Apple last night lifted the lid on both the iPhone 7 and the iPhone 7 Plus.
The PS4 Pro does not include a 4K UHD player because Sony believes that the market is moving away from physical media.
The delayed Pokemon Go Plus Bluetooth accessory will be released next week.
Its community of active players may be dropping, but that’s not stopping Pokémon Go from reaching new milestones.
It wasn’t just two new consoles that got announced last night – Sony has also lifted the lid on a range of new PS4 accessories to accompany them.
Interplay is now in the process of selling off most of its video game assets and intellectual property.
A number of titles have already been confirmed as offering extra graphical features on Sony’s new PS4 Pro.
Sony has said that HDR output will not be limited to its new PS4 models.
That PS4 Pro costs only £350 and is out this year is certainly a surprise. That Xbox Scorpio will be so much more powerful is equally so.
Activision Blizzard has appointed Pete Vlastelica as the new President and CEO of Major League Gaming.
Is there a more telling sign of the times than Shigeru Miyamoto taking to the stage at an Apple event to announce a new Mario platform game for smartphones?
Two new PlayStation consoles will be available before Christmas.
Pokemon Go developer Niantic has admitted that part of its strategy in creating the successful game was building a foundation from which similar titles can be launched.
Is this the least surprising news ever? Quite possibly.
Tonight’s the night.
The lead composer for the Dragon Quest series has been officially recognised as the oldest songwriter working in video games.
LDLC has signed the former Le Mixx Overwatch roster, which features some of Europe’s best players.
It’s been an odd week for Sony, after its alleged Slim PS4 leaked online when someone managed to buy one on Gumtree.
Remember in the olden days when consoles would arrive with a demo disc? Well, they’re back.
The Swiss games industry had a turnover of 226m CHF (£178m) in 2015, according to the latest report by the Swiss Interactive Entertainment Association (SIEA).