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iPhone and some Android owners are now able to play Hearthstone on their mobile phones.
The first episode of Ubisoft Montpellier’s World War I adventure game Valiant Hearts: The Great War has been made free on iOS.
A ‘proper’ simulation WWE wrestling game is on the way from 2K.
The third episode of Telltale's Game of Thrones arrives later this week, the studio has announced.
The next game in the Driver series is almost certainly not what you expect.
Microsoft is reportedly developing its digital assistance program Cortana as a standalone app for Android and iOS.
Yes, there’s another Angry Birds game – Angry Birds Stella Pop has been released on iOS and Android.
Sony is to terminate the PlayStation Mobile service on Vita in the summer.
Tales from the Borderlands' second episode will arrive next week, Telltale has announced.
Nvidia has unveiled the latest entry in its line of Shield products.
Free-to-play mobile release Final Fantasy: Record Keeper is heading to North America this spring, Square Enix and DeNA have announced.
“You have to do mobile gaming to be successful in the long-term.”
PS4 Remote Play is now possible on a number of non-Sony Android smartphones.
1984 Sinclair Spectrum release Deus Ex Machina has been re-released for mobile, and is available now on iOS and Android.
Watch out Microsoft and Sony, one of China’s biggest games companies will launch its first console in Europe in early 2016.
An episodic video game adaptation of the recently-concluded FX drama Sons of Anarchy is now available on Apple’s App Store.
Japanese smartphone developer Mobcast has purchased the rights to Q Entertainment's Lumines and Meteos puzzle franchises.
CD Projekt RED and Fuero Games' mobile MOBA collaboration The Witcher Battle Arena is now available on iOS and Android devices.
Smartphone hit Crossy Road has proved that in-game ads can still pay the bills, even in games that have IAPs.
Smartphone hit Crossy Road is now available to download via the Google Play Store.
The maker of smartphone hit Monument Valley has said that premium gaming lives on, despite the pressures of free-to-play and piracy.
A new games controller that changes shape according to the device it is being used with has been unveiled by Mad Catz.
Developer Ustwo has highlighted the piracy problem that continues to blight Android gaming.
No, not the Xbox, the Obox.