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We’re nearly there – in just a few short hours Microsoft will at last reveal the successor to the Xbox 360. But what exactly are we to expect from the ...
As further initiatives look to solidify the Nordic games industry, EA’s SimCity enjoys mixed fortunes in the region’s games charts.
This week saw a brand new player enter the digital retail space, a UK distributor announce plans to enter India and a switch of distributor for Tecmo Koei.
Tomorrow’s launch of Far Cry 3 is arguably the last big multi-format release of the year and the usual suspects are pulling out all the stops to try and win ...
There was plenty to learn at last night’s London Games Conference, and MCV is at hand to make sure you don’t miss a beat.
It’s a good bet to be the biggest launch of 2012, and that typically leads to some fierce price wars on the High Street.
The first UK High Street prices for Halo 4 have gone live in this morning’s national press.
Master Chief’s new stewards, Microsoft’s 343 Industries, has struck gold with its first Halo outing.
It’s not only a big day for game releases – today also sees the launch of the brand new 12GB Super Slim PS3.
Having recovered from their Dishonored love-in early this morning, critics are currently heaping praise on another of today’s releases – 2K Games’ XCOM: Enemy Unknown.
Bethesda’s Dishonored has staked its claim as a possible 2012 Game of the Year.
Just hours ahead of its UK arrival tomorrow (Tuesday October 2nd), the reviews have gone live for Resident Evil 6.
It’s one of the biggest video game retail highlights of the year.
The first move in the anticipated FIFA 13 price war has been made.
The PS3 Super Slim can be yours for just £125 next Friday.
F1 2012 can be yours for just £29.99 – as long as you’re a member of the Blockbuster VIP Games Club.
2K Games’ Borderlands 2 hits UK retail this Friday – and if you weren’t excited before, the early reviews of the game may well change your mind.
A new Metal Gear Solid set in an open-world? That’s more or less all we have to go on, but that’s enough.
Playing with Modern Warfare 2’s night vision goggles in the MCV basement was the best of times.
So that claim from OnLive that Steve Perlman was to remain as CEO then? Yeah, that was a lie.
It’s a three-day weekend, people. So now’s your last chance to catch up all that lovely news before you crack open the wine.
If you’ve ever been to a game launch event in the UK the chances are that you’ve visited GAME’s Oxford Street store in London.
WipEout may no longer be the powerhouse franchise it was back in ‘90s, but few avid gamers won’t have fond memories of the IP.
August 21st 2012 is unlikely to live long in most people’s memories. That’s unless you’re an Apple shareholder, of course.
It’s out with the OnLive and in with the GoneLive. Sort of.