It’s apparently quite hard to get hold of a PlayStation Vita in the US at the moment.
Actress Lindsay Lohan is taking Rockstar to court.
MCV has launched a brand new event for video games retailers – Games Retail 2020.
An upcoming Hearthstone tournament being run by the IeSF will no longer omit female players, although two other competitions remain female only.
Bandai Namco is to distribute racing title Project Cars worldwide.
Season two episode four of Telltale's The Walking Dead will arrive sometime later this month, according to developer Telltale.
Civilization Revolution 2 – the first game in the Civ series developed exclusively for mobile devices – is out now on iOS.
The latest Oculus Rift development kit will start to ship to pre-order customers this month, Oculus VR has announced.
MCV’s sister publication ToyNews is to hold a new one-day conference and business networking event for budding toy and game inventors.
Disgaea and Persona publisher NIS America has opened a new European online store.
Virtual reality is a serious part of PlayStation’s future, according to Sony’s UK boss Andrew House.
A Hearthstone tournament in Finland has actively banned females from participating.
Ubisoft has secured a very respectable No.2 in the Japanese charts with the PS4 version of Watch Dogs.
The next device in the Nvidia Shield range will be a tablet and not a dedicated portable, reports suggest.
Redmond-based developer Airtight Games has been closed just weeks after the release of its latest title, Murdered: Soul Suspect.
Dungeon Keeper on iOS is not free and must not be advertised as such.
Satoru Iwata’s plan to reverse Nintendo’s decline has been given the backing of investors.
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare looks so good that some people are going to mistake it for TV.
The latest PS3 firmware update has quietly added wireless compatibility for Sony’s latest DualShock 4 controller.
Dead Island 2 and Homefront: The Revolution will be the headline acts at Game Expo Scotland 2014 in October.
It’s hard to envisage a future in which handheld consoles remain relevant, EA COO Peter Moore has argued.