Hit Detection founder and former games critic N'Gai Croal urges developers and publishers to be patient when reaching out to players.
Microsoft says Xbox One has overcome its difficult start and is now braced for the biggest launch in its history.
A new report states that PS4 is narrowly ahead of Xbox One as the new consoles hit shelves.
It's the Xbox One launch issue of MCV, which details everything you need to know about Microsoft's next console ahead of its launch on November 22nd.
Last night's London Games Conference was another jam-packed event filled with incredible insight on how to discover, sell and even make games.
Namco Bandai is rewarding consumers who pre-order Dark Souls II with a host of exclusive loot.
A GTA Online update hitting consoles next week includes the all-new Beach Bum pack.
More gamers are tuning in to Twitch for their gaming videos than any other site.
A big screen adaptation of Temple Run is reportedly in the works.
Ubisoft has announced sales numbers for a pair of under-performing titles, revealing Splinter Cell: Blacklist has moved 2m units and Rayman Legends is closing in on 1m copies sold.
A major 3DS update with some significant feature additions is on the way, Nintendo has announced.
CCP Games prepares the launch of the MMO’s twentieth expansion.
Football Manager boss Miles Jacobson has revealed the true extent of video game piracy on PC.
PEGI has detailed a new rating system due to be rolled out worldwide.
The indie revolution is over, and PlayStation is embracing the new world it has created.
73 per cent of all console game owners use Facebook, claims the social network's head of EMEA for gaming Tarquin Henderson.
Consumers are switching off their TVs to watch gamers play the latest releases on the platform, says Twitch.
British video game development legend Charles Cecil believes there is no going back from the wave of crowd-funding brought about by Kickstarter - but that's not necessarily a bad thing.
PS4 will beat Xbox One in the next-gen console war, predicts US games analyst Michael Pachter.
Twitter UK MD Bruce Daisley says the social media platform is the most effective way to drive games sales.
GAME boss Martyn Gibbs said the firm has hired 4,500 temporary staff for the peak Christmas period.