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Sony has announced that its latest LittleBigPlanet game is to hit stores on November 18th in America.
It’s apparently quite hard to get hold of a PlayStation Vita in the US at the moment.
Some Sony TVs will next week begin offering direct access to the PlayStation Now beta.
Both Nintendo’s Wii U and Sony’s PlayStation Vita boasted impressive sales gains in the US last month.
Mario Kart has repeated what it accomplished in both the UK and Japan by giving Wii U hardware sales a boost in the US.
US PS3 owners are being given the chance to sample Battlefield 4 for free.
EA's Xbox One, 360 and PC shooter Titanfall was the best selling game in the US in April.
The disc could yet have some life left in it.
Sony's early dominance of the next-gen hardware race in the US shows no sign of abating.
Electronics firm Philips has asked the Delaware courts to force Nintendo to stop selling Wii U in the US.
Microsoft decision to slash the price of Xbox One by dropping Kinect could propel the console to the front of the American next-gen race.
China's mobile gaming market is nearing the same size as America's market and growing at a significantly faster rate, a new report from research firm Superdata has revealed.
Nintendo has signed another Happy Meal licensing deal, this time in the US.
Big-hitting live video sites such as WWE, Ustream and MLB are trailing in the wake of the phenomenon that is Twitch.
A Call of Duty player has had his house raided by a US SWAT team after a prank call from a defeated opponent.
$50 has been cut off the price of the Xbox One Titanfall bundle in the US on the Microsoft store.
3,100 Walmart stores will from next week begin offering customers the chance to trade-in their games.
Sony continues to dominate the next-gen hardware market in America, NPD numbers show.
US gamers are being offered a freebie when they buy an Xbox One console.
Electronics and games retailer RadioShack has announced significant US store closures.
A US tax reform bill from the House Ways and Means Committee has suggested increasing the tax burden for games developers making violent games.
Sony has taken an impressive lead over the Xbox One across the pond.
Microsoft has confirmed that Xbox One outsold the PS4 in the US in December.
Sony appears to have emerged as the narrow front-runner in the early days of the next-gen console war in the US.
It has been estimated that PS4 sold 66 per cent more units than Xbox One in the US in November.