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A Channel 4 game based on the upcoming sequel to the Christmas classic The Snowman is coming to iPhone, iPad and Android devices this December.
THQ has announced that its WWE ’13 Austin 3:16 Collector’s Edition has sold out.
Critics of the Call of Duty game engine are being unfair, developer Treyarch has insisted.
Tesco’s games buyer Mark Burgess has left the supermarket chain for specialist giant Game Retail.
FIFA 13 is not just the fastest-selling game in the EA Sports series to date – it is also the most profitable.
By the time the reviews hit, a consensus has more often than not already been reached.
Retailer GAME has announced the return of its 99p Play Now Trade Later scheme – and this time it is available through its website.
Newcastle and West Ham fans are in for a treat.
It’s a good time to be a horror game fan.
Last week Game Retail announced that, after 19 years, Gamestation will cease to exist.
This week's MCV is now available to download - and it is jam-packed with features and stories, including our bumper 10-page guide to the DVD and Blu-ray sector.
The PS3 Super Slim can be yours for just £125 next Friday.
There is a lot of unnecessary conflict within the games industry.
GAME’s 341 UK stores will offer free Wi-Fi access for their customers in time for Christmas.
HMV wants its West End Oxford Street store to become the new home for midnight game launches.
Game Retail CEO Martyn Gibbs tells MCV why Gamestation had to die and how its spirit will live on within a new GAME.
So is it just the High ...
The new GAME will combine the best of Gamestation and GAME into one new chain, the firm has told MCV.
From the moment there ceased to be a GAME and Gamestation store in every major town, Game Retail Group must have known a unification of its brands was inevitable.
Game Retail has announced today that all its stores will now operate under one brand – GAME.
Hot on the heels of MCV revealing the estimated UK prices, several retailers have gone live with their own Wii U price tags.
MCV presents the first interview with Martyn Gibbs, the respected games retail expert who took over Game after the group went into administration in April.
Publishers may be investing millions in rebooting franchises such as Tomb Raider and Devil May Cry, but UK developers have found a more cost-effective route to market.
The recent introduction of Steam Greenlight has undergone a somewhat troubled launch.
Having decided that NASA’s Curiosity Mars rover was too much to compete with on Google, Peter Molyneux has revealed a new name for his debut solo project.
Popular iOS action adventure Infinity Blade has undergone an interesting transformation – it has been turned into a political beat ‘em up.