Sony is getting behind Vita once again this autumn, and has revealed a new bundle featuring Tearaway.
Nintendo has mailed out its latest list of eShop updates for the US…. and it's giving Disney Infinity away for nothing.
UPDATED: It turns out Call of Duty was accidentally left off the list. And it's made us question all the below information. For an update, click here.
The PlayStation 4 version of Minecraft has possibly been delayed following a failed certification from Sony.
Xbox One users taking part in the console's latest software beta have revealed that Microsoft is testing free game trials.
Last year RailSimulator.com made the decision to change its name to Dovetail Games.
The 500GB Xbox 360 hard drive is coming to the UK this month.
As EA prepares to launch its Access subscription model, it seems time is up for the EA Sports Season Ticket.
It may bear the Dead Island name, but Escape Dead Island is bursting away from Deep Silver’s zombie franchise with several big changes.
Dovetail Games’ director of brand Doug McConkey on how today’s technology is driving the simulation genre forward.
PC specialist Iceberg Interactive went to Gamescom with some exciting games. Sales director Howard Newmark tells us more.
Gameforge CEO Carsten van Husen tells MCV about the publisher’s new mobile titles and why browser gaming is far from over.
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare is the latest major triple-A franchise to abandon Wii U.
More than 25 years after the original, post-apocalyptic RPG Wasteland 2 is closing in on launch.
Atari has announced reboots for survival horror classics Alone in the Dark and Haunted House will release later this year.
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare will not be making an appearance on Wii U, developer Sledeghammer Gamers has confirmed.
Square Enix has revealed the pre-order incentives for its upcoming Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris Gold Edition.
Mad Max developer Avalanche is moving into a large new studio space in Stockholm, Sweden.
When two icons of Japanese gaming unite, you can guarantee a big reaction. And that is what seems to have happened with the launch of Hyrule Warriors.
Putting the brakes on its annual release schedule was the best way to stop Need For Speed stagnating again.
GAME's latest lock-in event is letting its customers play Far Cry 4 a whole three months before launch.