Entries in 'support' (66)
Apple’s original iPhone of 2007 is to become obsolete in June, according to internal info.
The words look the same, but they are in a different order.
I am a huge admirer of Peter Molyneux. He’s ferociously intelligent, inspiringly ambitious and, perhaps most importantly, a really lovely guy who is great to spend time with.
The creator of the superb indie hit Hotline Miami has offered technical support to those who pirate his game.
Voice chat will not be an out-of-the-box feature for Wii U, Nintendo has confirmed.
Titles that support two Wii U GamePads simultaneously are expected to arrive in 2013.
Spec Ops: The Line – a critical success and a commercial disappointment.
Metal Gear Solid 4 will at last receive a patch that will introduce support for PS3’s Trophy system.
There will be no further updates or customer support for Steam users who are running Windows XP SP1, Valve has announced.
Nintendo may not be prepared to talk about the Wii U price yet, but when it arrives later this year it will have a stronger day one offer than the ...
News that Nintendo’s Wii U WILL support two GamePads after all has come as a relief – but don’t expect the feature to be ready for launch.
Microsoft has said that consumers can expect its new SmartGlass technology to be incorporated into every first party title following its autumn release.
There was a time when Sony wouldn’t stop talking about 3D. That time was a long time ago.
Nintendo has listened to early critics of its Wii U system by making perhaps the most important pre-release upgrade yet – multiple controller support.
Bethesda’s smash hit RPG The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is to introduce Kinect compatibility on Xbox 360 later this month.
There is a sad truth to the seemingly inevitable demise of GAME Group – it’s potentially good news for other video game retailers, in the short term at least.
Sony sees Vita as a five-to-ten year platform and is bullish on its potential for success, the console giant’s SVP of brand marketing has said.
Gears of War and Infinity Blade developer Epic Games has publically stated that it does not support America’s Stop Online Piracy Act in its current form.
The Entertainment Software Association (ESA) has reiterated its uncategorical support for America’s controversial Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA).
Nintendo engineers are working hard to upgrade Wii U so that it can simultaneously support two tablet controllers, sister site Develop understands.
Having previously downplayed the significance of 3D visuals in the games market, Microsoft has announced further first-party support for the tech.
The Interactive Games and Entertainment Association (iGEA) has announced its support for MCV Pacific's launch in Australia and New Zealand welcoming the focus on local trade news and information.