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Freedom Wars had been scheduled for a digital-only release on Vita in Europe, but Sony has changed its mind.
Sony is confident about the Vita’s future prospects in Japan, but is less certain about its place in the Western market.
The situation at Crytek’s UK studio appears to be worsening.
Square Enix’s Lords of the Fallen, which is definitely not Dark Souls, at last has a UK release date.
Global retail giant GameStop told MCV this week that its UK website has seen ‘triple digit’ growth over the last few years.
27 million mobile phones and 12 million tablets will be sold in the UK this year - some five million devices fewer than 2013, predicts CCS Insight.
The era of portable consoles may be drawing to a close.
A number of staff at Crytek UK have not been paid their full salary since April 21st, a source connected to the matter has told MCV's sister site Develop.
The Explorer Edition of Google Glass has gone on sale in the UK.
59 per cent of all UK development studios employ four staff or less, according to a Tiga survey.
A new trailer for Capcom’s Deep Down suggests the action RPG is coming on very nicely.
UPDATE: Sony has told MCV that PlayStation TV will not be bundled with a DualShock 3 in the UK.
A new report from TIGA says that the video games industry contributed £1.02bn to the UK economy in 2013.
Sony's promised PS4-Vita hardware bundle looks like it could finally be set for release.
Yes, it's that time of year again – E3 2014 kicks off on Monday June 9th.
The UK is the biggest market for digital games in Europe.
The latest MCV is available now and we reveal how the UK games market jumped dramatically with growth across almost every category.
Bethesda's new entry in the Wolfenstein series has debuted at the top of the UKIE GfK Chart-Track All Formats Top 40.
Digital may be the industry’s biggest market, but consumers still prefer to buy games in a box.
GAME has confirmed that over 300 stores will open their doors on midnight on the night of Monday May 26th for the launch of Watch Dogs.
Titanfall has missed out on sixth UK No.1 thanks to fellow EA chart rival FIFA 14.
Pre-owned game sales grew faster than new titles over Christmas, says data specialist Kantar Worldpanel.
Fast food giant McDonalds says its latest Happy Meal campaign is using Super Mario to help kids keep fit.
Titanfall is the UK No.1 for the second month in a row.
Xbox and PC shooter Titanfall is back on top of the UKIE GfK Chart-Track All Formats Top 40.