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Activision is to reduce the annualised focus of the Skylanders brand.
Publishing giant Take-Two has told MCV it has no plans to increase the number of Grand Theft Auto games it releases.
Nintendo IS releasing enough first party games to propel its platforms forward.
Nintendo says it will focus on digital releases for its new IP given the platform’s flexibility.
Yves Guillemot has said that his company must increase its open-world gaming output as it looks to capitalise on the upcoming arrival of the next-generation.
Publisher EA has reassured Xbox 360 and PS3 owners that it will continue to support the consoles.
Developers at KMM get laid off, 20% of Christmas sales were made online and several marketing jobs open up.
Forget games – Koch Media wants to make £30m a year from the cinema.
So why exactly are triple-A digital releases on Xbox 360 so much slower to appear than they are on either PS3 or PC?
Recent releases Resident Evil 6, Street Fighter X Tekken and Okami HD are unlikely to be ported to Wii U.
And that’s why the industry gets excited, sits up and pays attention when the words ‘Grand Theft Auto’ are uttered.
The PC version of Max Payne 3 is available now for purchase and download.
Traditional Friday game launches are quickly becoming a thing of the past.
The PS Vita version of Beatshapers’ arcade action title StarDrone Extreme will arrive this Tuesday in North America.
Rising Star Games is putting its weight behind three flagship titles this summer.
With Mass Effect 3, FIFA Street, The Sims 3 Showtime and Tiger Woods 13 all nearing release, EA has released details of exactly how consumers can get hold of its ...
Sales of triple-A video games have reached an all-time low.
Rising Star Games will unleash more than ten releases in the first half of 2012, including a new Harvest Moon.
The managing director of digital games retailer GOG.com has said that the service hopes to add newer titles to its catalogue in 2012.
It may not top the record-breaking performance of the UK games market last week, but tomorrow is set to be one of the busiest days of the year for games ...
PlayStation Move’s second Christmas is backed by a £2m marketing blitz.
The thriving free-to-play monetisation model is coming to PlayStation Vita, a Sony executive has said.
SSX is on course to become a regularly released series again, EA has told MCV.
Gears of War 3 is leading the charge this week, followed by the new codemasters racing sim F1 2012 and Bleach: Soul Ressurection.