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The future of 2K Games’ promised XCOM shooter is in doubt.
Administrators Deloitte have taken HMV’s website offline.
Future Publishing's independent Nintendo-focused magazine Nintendo Gamer printed its final issue today.
Shag A Gamer. Yes, there’s a new dating website called Shag A Gamer.
Consultancy firm Digital Goals is raising awareness of its services with a shiny new website.
François Bayrou is a man, a politician. And clearly one who recognises the power of the Gaming Vote.
Specialist retail giant GameStop says the UK has already helped grow its worldwide digital empire.
MCV Online attracted over half a million readers and over 2m pageviews in March, hitting core consumers as well as trade.
The websites for both GAME and Gamestation have this morning been taken down.
Streaming games provider Gaikai has partnered with GAME to offer a streaming demo service on the retailer’s website beginning this spring.
Consumers who buy from Zavvi.com can now earn loyalty points, giving them money off future purchases.
Cloud gaming company Gaikai is now providing its demo service to Ubisoft and Best Buy following deals with YouTube, EA and more.
The North American and Japanese versions of the Square Enix Members websites have been taken offline following a suspected security breach.
UPDATE: There will not be any specially made PlayStation Move peripherals produced for BioShock Infinite, MCV can reveal.
There are just over five weeks to go until the biggest night of the year for the UK's games media. In the run-up to the big event on Wednesday October ...
Gaming news and reviews website Electronic Theatre has relaunched after reaching a new monthly user milestone.
Two weeks after the launch of its brand new website, retailer GAME has apologised for the disruption that the troubled period has caused for its customers.
The GAME Group has apologised for the technical issues that have marred the re-launch of the GAME and Gamestation websites.
UK publisher Codemasters has become the latest games company to see its online portal compromised by hackers.
Nintendo has become the latest games firm to fall victim to an online data hack, the Japanese company has confirmed.
Gaming news and reviews site VideoGamer.com has received a fresh makeover.
Having just confessed to a fresh data theft from the Sony Greece BMG website, the PlayStation platform has now revealed a further breach of its online security.