Nintendo’s financial plans for the year ahead have not been designed to accommodate a Wii U price drop.
Designer Cliff Bleszinski's upcoming project may look to go the Kickstarter route, the industry veteran has revealed.
The next chapter in the new season of The Walking Dead is likely to arrive sometime later in February.
Minecraft has reached new sales heights again this week, thanks to another milestone for the original version on Windows and Mac.
Watch Dogs is still in development and will still be called Watch Dogs, despite a fraud attack on the trademark today.
GTA Online was the single largest contributor to Take-Two's digital revenue over the three months to Christmas, the firm has told MCV.
Take-Two has smashed its predicted earnings and has raised its outlook as GTA V shipments surpass 32.5m.
The founding family of Nintendo will offer up its shares as the platform holder prepares to detail its share buyback scheme tomorrow.
The cost of membership to Amazon’s popular Prime service is going up, the retailer has said.
Any declines suffered by Nintendo will come at a cost for the wider market unless platform holders act.
Sony will tomorrow (February 4th) release the 1.6 firmware update for PS4, bringing with it support for Sony’s 7.1 Pulse Wireless headset.
Samsung smartphones are to receive their own dedicated retail presence on the UK High Street.
Microsoft will soon share its plans for Games With Gold on Xbox One.
UK YouTube giant Yogscast says it can help publishers sell games, but it will never compromise its integrity.
Don Bradman Cricket 14 will release at the end of March for Xbox 360 and PS3, developer Big Ant Studios has announced.
The head of Konami Europe says the next Pro Evolution Soccer is ‘totally changed’.
It looks as if Sonic might have unpinned his colours from the Nintendo mast.
UK games execs have expressed concerns over reports that game downloads are being inadvertently blocked as part of a UK crackdown on porn.
Online retailer Ebuyer.com is considering opening its first shops on the High Street.
The next-gen reworking of last year’s hit Lara Croft title has debuted at No.1 in the UKIE GfK Chart-Track All Formats Top 40.