An 8GB version of the supposedly ‘budget’ iPhone 5C is now available.
Ubisoft's free-to-play shooter Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Online will officially release next month, the publisher has announced.
Online payment processing firm PayPal is working with crowdfunding creators to distinguish between campaigns that are pre-selling merchandise and those that are more strictly for fundraising.
Konami producer Koji Igarashi has announced his exit from the Japanese video game publisher.
The developer behind Sega's upcoming Sonic Boom has admitted that its Western-friendly designs for the game were tough for Sonic Team to stomach.
Titles purchased from Good Old Games will cost the same no matter where you are in the world when you purchase them.
Another week, another story of Twitch doing something pretty cool.
Cult Atari arcade IP Gauntlet is returning.
Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes won't offer players the chance to gain a Platinum Trophy on PS4 or PS3.
Respawn Engineer Jon Shiring has said that gamers shouldn't view Microsoft cloud computing claims as a marketing gimmick.
Rovio has released the first gameplay footage for recently revealed turn-based RPG Angry Birds Epic.
Valve has released a picture of the latest iteration of its upcoming Steam Controller.
Tax relief for UK games developers have been ‘all but confirmed’, and could even be announced during Wedenesday’s Budget speech.
Electronics giant Dixons Retail is partnering with The Gadget Show Live.
The Pokemon Company has secured am amazing branding coup by placing Pikachu as Japan's official World Cup 2014 mascot.
MCV looks at the crossover title between Level 5's sleuth and Capcom's lawyer.
Titanfall is comfortably this week’s UK No.1, and boost Xbox One hardware sales by almost 100 per cent.
Media group Future has seen its share price tumble following its recent profits warning.
Gamers in Australia and New Zealand will have to wait a bit longer to get their hands on Metal Gear's next-gen debut.
South Park: The Stick of Truth maintained its position this week on Steam's best sellers chart, once again finishing ahead of DayZ for the top spot.
Naughty Dog's PS3-exclusive The Last of Us has surpassed 6m copies sold, Sony has announced.