Entries in 'problems' (52)
The number of launch PS4’s believed to have suffered technical failures is higher than initially estimated.
As few as 0.4 per cent of launch PS4 consoles are experiencing technical problems, Sony has stated.
The next-gen is finally upon us following the North American launch of the PS4 last night.
Reports of PS4s with faulty HDMI output ports are “isolated incidents”, Sony has claimed.
Two weeks after the game was released in the UK owners of PES 2014 on Xbox 360 are still unable to access the game’s multiplayer modes.
Reports persisted last night from gamers claiming that they are still unable to access Grand Theft Auto Online.
Grand Theft Auto Online doesn’t work very well, and Rockstar says it is doing all it can to fix it.
In news that should surprise not a single living soul, Grand Theft Auto Online is struggling to cope with the colossal demand being put on it by eager gamers.
Grand Theft Auto Online is liable to suffer from various tech issues in its formative days, creator Rockstar has warned.
Both the Steam and uPlay versions of Splinter Cell Backlist on PC have suffered some significant launch problems over the weekend.
One of the most maligned pieces of gaming hardware ever revealed will not now be released.
After what has been a wretched start to life this week, SimCity has finally arrived in the UK – and everything’s fine!
The team at SimCity developer Maxis has pledged that they won’t rest until the game is working correctly.
Many PC gamer’s worst fears have come to fruition with news that EA’s Origin servers have crippled the US launch of SimCity.
Standalone DayZ rival The War Z has finally been released on Steam – and has instantly been slated for a host of technical compromises.
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Developer 22Cans and Peter Molyneux have apologised for the technical troubles that have so far plagued the launch of debut title Curiosity: What’s Inside The Cube?.
Xbox Live has been down most of this morning. And gamers are not at all happy.
As sure as night follows day, reports of problems have followed the release of a new patch for Mass Effect 3.
EA has revealed that Xbox 360 users who utilise Microsoft’s Xbox Live Cloud save system may face issues importing their Mass Effect 2 save data into Mass Effect 3.
An issue that was preventing some PlayStation Network users from downloading content they have previously paid for has now been resolved.
Rumours that this week’s big releases will not be available in GAME are untrue, MCV can confirm.
Platform holder Sony has apologised and released a guide to help PlayStation Vita owners fix an early system freeze problem.
Technicians are working night and day to get the Call of Duty Elite network up and running for everyone, Activision has claimed.
Hundreds of thousands of gamers are playing Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 RIGHT NOW, but the game’s launch has not been completely without hiccups.