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It looks the Tokyo Game Show had passed with no mention of the long-awaited Resident Evil 6. Or has it?
Rockstar’s upcoming Max Payne 3 has received its first official trailer.
What do our industry’s leading journalists think is the best and worst parts of their job? What’s the best ‘jolly’ they’ve been on? And how do they cope with pressures from ...
GAMESCOM: Publisher Warner Interactive has released the first video for what will undoubtedly be one of 2012’s most interesting titles – Lollipop Chainsaw.
GAMESCOM: Attendees at Gamescom 2011 were treated to the first live gameplay demo of Star Wars: The Old Republic.
Publisher EA has announced that it will be releasing EA Sports Grand Slam Tennis 2 on Xbox 360 and PS3 next year.
With just over a month until the highly anticipated Deus Ex: Human Revolution arrives at UK retail, Square Enix has released an impressive live action promotional video for the game.
Online retail behemoth Amazon will launch its PC game download store in the UK this October, MCV can reveal.
A game narrative expert has urged studios to stop forcing human drama into established game templates, claiming the approach has consistently proven to be flawed.
A press release issued in Germany seems to indicate that Nintendo’s 3DS Video download service is due to launch in Europe tomorrow (July 13th).
The opening cinematic for EA and BioWare's upcoming Star Wars: The Old Republic has appeared online, and you can watch the entire video below.
A short new trailer for the long-awaited Star Wars Kinect game has gone alive ahead of its anticipated reveal and Microsoft E3 press conference on Monday night.
It's on. Activision has released the first full-length trailer for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 – and you can see it in full below.
Digital games downloads for mobile games devices now account for around half of all full game downloads.
Retailer Tesco has made a bold move into the digital space by acquiring a majority 80 per cent stake in video-on-demand service Blinkbox.
I was sitting in a conference last month listening to a big retail exec discuss the future of video games.
Desperate to be a part of the royal wedding? Of course you are. And thanks to Miniclip.com, you can be.
505 Games' Zumba Fitness is still the UK's No.1 video games according to the latest data from UKIE and GfK Chart-Track.
505 will publish the official Rugby World Cup 2011 game on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 this August, ahead of the tournament itself in September and October.
If for one moment you can duck the noise about today's arrival of the 3DS, you might also note that another machine also hits the UK today – Apple's iPad ...