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Microsoft has enlisted the help of ESL to produce a standardised tournament system for Xbox Live games.
The announcement of a £350 RRP for PlayStation VR could mark the game over point in the next-gen console battle.
Ubisoft is the latest publisher to head to Guildford to offer work to Lionhead staff.
One of the features lost in Microsoft’s big Xbox One u-turn in 2013 could yet be revisited.
Well isn’t Microsoft just full of surprises.
Xbox boss Phil Spencer has admitted that the number of Xbox titles making their way to PC may reduce the need for some corners of the market to buy into ...
PlayStation is holding a job fair for Lionhead employees on Monday.
Phil Spencer’s repetitive insistence that Xbox remains ‘committed to first party’ seems to be falling on deaf ears.
The developer of the next Gears of War has not ruled out a release for the game on PC.
UK studio Rebellion has lifted the lid on the fourth instalment in the Sniper Elite series.
Having distanced himself from comments made about the further merging of Xbox and PC, Phil Spencer has now watered down his stance about possible console hardware upgrading.
Xbox boss Phil Spencer has played down previous reports saying that Microsoft wants to bring down some of the walls between Xbox and Windows PC.
Microsoft has altered the way in which it intends to deliver Quantum Break’s unusual combination of game and live-action TV show.
Xbox boss Phil Spencer has insisted that Microsoft did not make the decision to stop confiding Xbox One sales figures in an effort to hide to truth about its performance.
Xbox boss Phil Spencer has confirmed that Microsoft’s games strategy is to blend its Xbox and PC operations into a single gaming ecosystem.
Another of Xbox’s key IPs is making the jump to PC.
It appears that the PC release of Rise of the Tomb Raider had a strong debut.
Capcom is bringing its three most recent mainline Resident Evil titles to next-gen consoles.
The console version of cult PC racing sim Assetto Corsa has been delayed beyond its April release date.
One of the last generation’s most celebrated releases appears to be heading to the Xbox 360 backwards compatibility list for Xbox One.
Global sales of the PS4 may well be far ahead of Xbox One, but today’s Ubisoft financial report reveals that Microsoft users are spending more.
Overall, platform exclusivity is not a good thing for gamers. It can be a good thing for platform holders, of course.
January marked another sales victory in the US for Sony’s PS4, according to NPD data.
Remedy’s Quantum Break has been confirmed for PC, with a release date that coincides with the Xbox One version on April 5th.
The surprise phenomenon that is Goat Simulator is to receive a boxed console release.