The annual summer sale has invaded Steam this week, meaning that a host of past chart toppers have burst back onto the top ten thanks to major discounts.
The supposed Xbox One launch line-up has been revealed by Famitsu.
The US-arm of Amazon has apparently revealed that the exclusive Destiny content for PS4 and PS3 will remain tied to those platforms until 'at least Fall 2015'.
Battlefield 4 launched with a number of major bugs and issues, which forced developer DICE to suspend all DLC development until it could get the game working.
Bandai Namco is trying its hand at pretty much everything.
The UK games industry to show England how it's done in next week's five-a-side tournament - are you signed up?
Feeling blue after England's loss to Uruguay last night. Think you can do better?
The big three platform holders have been eagerly courting independent developers, each with their own experts doing the wooing.
The Dead Rising movie is coming… but to Sony's video-on-demand service Crackle.
You take one step through the door at GameStop and your smartphone vibrates in your pocket.
Upcoming toys-to-life range Amiibo can give Wii U hardware the sales boost it so definitely needs, Nintendo America boss Reggie Fils-AIme has argued.
Claims from modders that graphical tweaks for the PC version of Watch Dogs were deactivated prior to release ARE true, Ubisoft has admitted.
Sony is still struggling to manufacture enough PS4s to meet demand in Europe.
Indie developer Drinkbox Studios has announced a new version of its platformer Guacamelee is heading to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Xbox 360 and Wii U next month.
Sony's executives will retain their positions, following a vote by investors to decide the fate of several key staff members.
Valve's Steam Summer Sale is officially underway, offering a variety of specials and discounts on the distributor's vast PC games library for the next ten days.
Ridge Racer’s foray into the world of free-to-play is coming to an end in the summer.
The video games industry should follow in the footsteps of the music sector and rid itself of digital rights management (DRM).
Nintendo has backtracked on previous plans to introduce dual-GamePad support for Wii U titles.
Ubisoft has said that a patch for the troubled PC version of Watch Dogs will be released “in the coming days”.
The co-founder of The Fullbright Company and co-creator of its seminal title Gone Home has formed his own studio.
Despite expanding on the successes it has enjoyed with the Kindle, Kindle Fire and potentially promising Fire TV, Amazon’s new Fire Phone has been criticised by some analysts.