NPD’s July 2014 report reveals Sony’s console has once again topped the US hardware monthly charts, while The Last of Us (both the original and Remastered versions) drove software sales.
ESports will play a major role in this year’s Call of Duty once again, and developer Sledgehammer has even hired competitive gamers to help.
The third and final MCV @ Gamescom daily magazine is out right now for you to read online.
Mario Kart 8 has surpassed 1m sales in the United States, Nintendo has announced.
Fallout: New Vegas studio Obsidian Entertainment has struck a licensing deal with Paizo Publishing to create games based on the Pathfinder IP.
Veteran games developer John Romero has said clones of popular indie hits are hindering the rise of new genres that could expand the games industry.
Assassin's Creed publisher Ubisoft says it is making strides in its attempts to win over dissatisfied PC gamers.
Gamers could not grasp what MMO FPS title Destiny was about prior to its beta.
It sounds as if the PC version of PES 2015 won’t be the same beast as the PS4 and Xbox One game.
The City of Angels becomes the City of the Dead in the next game in Deep Silver’s open-world zombie-bashing RPG series, Dead Island.
The CEO of PlayStation says the console games industry must go beyond the core gamer if it wants to see the sort of numbers reached by PS2 and Wii again. ...
The Last Guardian was no-where to be seen at Gamescom this week. So a showing at The Tokyo Game Show next month is a given, surely?
The ability to pay cash for upgrades and unlocks in Assassin’s Creed: Unity will not alter the core experience, Ubisoft has vowed.
Aljosha Demeulemeester, CEO of middleware specialists Graphine Software, tells MCV @ Gamescom about the firm’s new Granite SDK.
Sony has released a new video of the Vita version of Minecraft in action.
The man behind cult Treasure shooter Ikaruga has said he’s currently developing a new PS4 shooter called Ubusana.
“Do we feel the need to go out and buy outright exclusivity? Probably not.”
While still in the midst of trying to crack the video-on-demand market, WWE is now trying its hand at the online card battling scene.
Yokai Watch 2 has remained at the top of the weekly Japanese software charts, despite five new entries in the Top Ten, according to the latest sales data from Famitsu.
Sega has confirmed the European release dates for Sonic’s upcoming Wii U and 3DS outings.
The fact that PS3 is built in a very different way to PS4 and Xbox One is the reason for The Crew skipping Sony’s last-gen console.