Entries in 'response' (31)
Both publisher Sega and developer Gearbox have rubbished a lawsuit filed against the pair regarding Aliens: Colonial Marines.
“One might think this would be a time for EA to make nice with the customers who feel like they are being mistreated.”
Readers of The Consumerist are expected to today name EA as the ‘Worst Company in America’ for the second year running.
Bravo, Ubisoft, bravo.
Having featured on BBC consumer rights programme Watchdog for a second time earlier this week, EA has moved to address concerns about FIFA 13’s alleged technical issues.
Internal company reviews at EA has predicted a far better response to Medal of Honor: Warfighter than the game eventually received.
Having taken a deep breath and counted to ten, EA’s football development and marketing boss Matt Bilbey has calmly responded to some heavy-handed accusations from rival Konami.
Sony UK has been overwhelmed by the retail feedback to Wonderbook.
The upcoming DLC characters for the Xbox 360, PS3 and PC versions of Street Fighter X Tekken are included on the disc, Capcom has confirmed to MCV.
The UK Government has made public its response to the Livingstone-Hope Skills Review, which in February this year made recommendations to include computer science into the national curriculum.
Xbox 360 platform holder Microsoft has responded to the latest claims from UK newspaper The Sun, insisting for a second time that Xbox Live has most certainly not been hacked.
Though MCV contests that users falling for fake phishing emails are not Microsoft’s responsibility, the platform holder has responded to claims made in today’s copy of The Sun.
It's a more profitable series that Mass Effect, but EA has admitted that recent RPG release Dragon Age II has "lost some fans" for the franchise.
Jason Holtman, the chief of Valve's digital distribution network Steam, has said that the success of the service is nothing but good news for retail.
Publisher EA has spoken out for the first time since US broadcaster Fox News went live with a piece attacking upcoming shooter Bulletstorm.
The Department for Culture Media and Sport has declined to endorse fresh calls to ban Medal Of Honor at retail.
Could Apple recall the iPhone 4? Will they dish out free bumpers for everyone? Is there actually no problem at all and we’ve allowed ourselves all to be brought into ...
Apple has at long last issued a full response to the ongoing crisis enveloping the iPhone 4 and its antenna design. And here it is in full:
Amidst the excitement and hype that greeted the launch of the iPhone 4 in a number of key global territories yesterday, a major concern was raised about a potential design ...
High Street games retailer GAME has responded to claims made by an employee who established a Facebook group for all staff affected by the recent reduction in working hours for ...
The British game industry is revelling in the news that the UK will now receive game development tax breaks.
UK games retailers have mixed feelings towards Apple’s new iPad.