MCV is going daily during Gamescom this August, after signing an important deal with event organiser Koelnmesse.
Mind Candy is hosting the first ever Great British Summer Game Jam.
West Games has denied claims of fraud regarding its game Areal, which it describes as 'definitive spiritual successor to STALKER'.
A retail version of free-to-play PC shooter Ghost Recon Phantoms is now available exclusively from GAME.
The war of words between Nvidia and AMD is getting nasty.
Nickelodeon's The Legend of Korra is getting the video game treatment courtesy of Bayonetta creators Platinum Games.
A number of staff at Crytek UK have not been paid their full salary since April 21st, a source connected to the matter has told MCV's sister site Develop.
Ubisoft's Just Dance IP is now an official Electronic Sports World Cup discipline.
Publisher Square Enix is moving its European HQ.
Oculus Rift and Project Morpheus have a new virtual reality playmate – Google Cardboard.
The Mario Kart 8 effect on Wii U sales appears to be over in Japan.
EA has admitted that it made mistakes with its free-to-play Dungeon Keeper remake for smartphones.
Bayonetta 2 developer Platinum Games has once again waxed lyrical about its partnership with Nintendo and said that it would love to extend it.
Android microconsoles have been such a runaway success that you can see why so many companies are keen to enter the fray. Oh wait...
The games industry is expected to hit $100bn in software revenue alone by 2018, new research from DFC Intelligence suggests.
Oculus VR has issued a legal statement denying Zenimax Media's recent claims that former employee John Carmack developed key VR technology for Oculus prior to his resignation from id Software.
The console editions of Minecraft have sold past the life to date total of its original PC platform.
UKIE has snagged itself a high-profile new member in the form of Candy Crush Saga maker King.
Garry Newman is arguably one of the most iconic indie devs working in the industry right now.
Nexon is taking legal action against three gamers accused of using cheats in its online FPS Sudden Attack.
Will there definitely be a PC version of No Man’s Sky? Comments from creator Sean Murray suggest perhaps not.