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Microsoft’s E3 presentation has just come to a close, marking an official start to the biggest week in the annual games calendar.
The United Nations is no stranger to accusations of political impotence, but have things got so bad that the iconic Master Chief is being drafted in?
Consumers who were left disappointed by the apparent news of the cancellation of Bayonetta 2 have been thrown a lifeline by the first game’s creator.
The wait is nearly over. The clock is ticking on the first gaming hardware launch of the year – the PlayStation Vita.
Here at MCVuk.com we spend all day reading the internet. Hundreds of sites. Millions of words. But if we were to recommend, say, five stories to read, what would they ...
In the first of our regular roundups, we look at the week’s big news in Australia and New Zealand courtesy of sister-site MCV Pacific.
The market is in a curious, contradictory state. Going by Chart-Track numbers, the UK boxed market has just had its highest-grossing weekend ever, but not by selling the most games. More ...
Gaming news and reviews website Electronic Theatre has relaunched after reaching a new monthly user milestone.
The sun has set on another Gamescom, with only the consumer days left to go, but did you keep up with the week's announcements?
A few days short of four years – that's how long it has been since the industry last saw a fully-fledged, stand alone hardware launch.
Tonight, Apple takes the wrappers off its iPad 2 tablet.
On January 27th this week, Sony WILL finally offer up official details for the PSP2.
The Q4 sales season arrives with huge performances from Black Ops and FIFA 11. There’s less good news for industry favourite Tim Langdell, however, whose legal tirade is finally ended.
At a time when Britain prepared for what would be an historic general election, the industry was still trying to assess the potential implications of The Digital Economy Bill.
It was a time before the iPad. It was also a time of economic turmoil as the industry continued to battle with the global recession and year-on-year sales continued to ...
Tonight sees the fourth annual Games Media Awards kick off in London’s Bloomsbury Ballroom, and MCV will be bringing you unrivalled coverage as and when it happens.
Xbox 360 owners have been given access to MSN editorial content today.
This year’s Gamescom pulled in a record 254,000 visitors – 9,000 more than last year’s show. It also played host to 505 exhibitors attending the event in Cologne, up from ...
Gamescom 2010 kicked off in Cologne yesterday with press conferences from Microsoft, EA and Sony.
It had surprises, it had release dates, but most of all Sony’s just completed E3 press conference had confidence – the platform holder clearly believes in its offer and is ...