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This year’s Gamescom is on course to be the biggest iteration yet as publishers and platform holders alike pledge their support for the show.
The organisers of Gamescom have announced a number of key exhibitors that have already signed up for the increasingly prominent show's 2011 iteration.
InComm Europe will sponsor this year’s MCV Industry Excellence Awards.
The nominations process for the 2011 Industry Excellene Awards is drawing to a close.
Time is running out. There is only one day left to send in your suggestions for this year's MCV Industry Excellence Awards.
The organisers of E3 Expo are restricting the number of media passes that will be given to online press this year based on site traffic.
The organisers behind Gamescom have announced it has made some key changes to the event’s awards show and mobile space this year.
Hurry! There is only one week left to make your voice heard.
Do you deserve to win a MCV Award this year?
Gamescom has unveiled its new visual branding for its 2011 iteration, highlighting the importance of its vast community.
THQ has ditched its well-known white-on-black logo in favour of a new grey and red symbol today.
Sony has unveiled a 3D headset concept that could allow gamers to play future titles without the need for a screen.
The biggest night on the trade calendar returns on April 7th, but will be cheaper to attend.
Square Enix has announced that a sequel to Final Fantasy Dissidia is in the works.
A new Neverwinter game is in the works for PC and is expected to hit store shelves in Q4 2011.
The Nintendo 3DS won’t change in appearance before it hits shelves next year, the publisher has confirmed.
A new Star Wars game has been confirmed for Xbox 360 motion device Kinect at Microsoft’s E3 press conference.
The ongoing development of FPS Rage has caused its 2010 release window to slip to 2011 to give id Software extra time to perfect the game.
The sequel to popular third person Red Faction: Guerrilla is scheduled for a March 2011 release, according to reports from GDC.
Some may claim that they’ve heard it all before, but developer Konami has again pledged that the next version of its Pro Evolution Soccer series will feature a radical gameplay ...
Japanese publisher Capcom has delayed three of its key 2010 titles until later this year to avoid clashing with some of Q1’s high-profile releases.
Konami has begun the process of vetting the Pro Evolution Soccer fanbase about what they consider Konami should be concentrating on as it gets to work on next year’s PES ...