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Nintendo has confirmed that it will begin offering Game Boy Advance titles on the Wii U eShop next week.
Battlefield looks unlikely to become an annual release in direct competition to Call of Duty.
Channel 4 has revealed when Charlie Brooker’s new one-off video games special will be aired in the UK.
Experts from Bossa and Facebook have joined the final schedule for next month's London Games Conference.
It will be a shock to no-one to hear that Polyphony Digital is up against it to get Gran Turismo 6 ready for its December 6th release.
The UK games trade’s biggest night of the year will return to London again on Thursday April 10th 2014.
Successfully Kickstarted VR headset Oculus Rift will miss its proposed pre-Christmas launch.
The London Games Conference is about to kick off, and MCV will be providing live and extensive coverage of the event from late this afternoon.
Nintendo is deliberately slowing the release of first party Wii U titles to help extend the console’s sales into 2013.
The wait for the Dawnguard DLC for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim may not be as long as some had feared.
It's that time of year once again - E3 is here, and MCV is on hand to cover every second.
The French arm of Sony Computer Entertainment has revealed the date of the company’s E3 press conference in an email sent to journalists today.
Cable ISP Virgin Media is set to begin rolling out a speed upgrade for customers in 30 towns and cities across the UK.
A new Splinter Cell game is due to arrive this year, according to an apparent 2012 Ubisoft release schedule. UPDATE: Ubisoft has rubbished said schedule.
Activision has announced all the downloadable content Modern Warfare 3 players will be able to access from now until September.
Rising Star Games will unleash more than ten releases in the first half of 2012, including a new Harvest Moon.
The growth of the digital games market may typically be seen as the biggest threat to retail, but is the cramped Q4 release schedule in reality a bigger burden?
Microsoft has begun rolling out Windows Phone updates to the new 7.5 'Mango' version in a process that isn't expected to be complete until the end of October.
After kicking off at AV Con (pictured) in June, Triumph Leisure Solutions (TLS) plans to carry on monthly World Cyber Games (WCG) events throughout 2011, and has big plans to ...
UK games retail is bracing itself for one of its toughest summers in recent years.
Sony is to increase the rate at which it releases new content on the PlayStation Store to catch up on all the content that was missed during the PSN outage.
Gamers can expect regular software releases to be very much the norm with its upcoming 3DS handheld, according to Nintendo president Saturo Iwata.
If the console race is to be decided on the number of triple-A games headed to each console then Sony already has the 2011 hardware title in the bag.
Edinburgh Interactive kicks off in just a matter of days - and the event promises to lift the lid on what's next for the games industry.
After a relatively quiet start to the year on the new releases front, Activision Blizzard is set to storm the High Street with two brand new IPs this summer.