Developers should worry less about the level of competition on Steam and simply spend the time making a great product, says PC games veteran Garry Newman.
BBC Radio has strengthened its focus on video games by promoting its Game On segment to the masses.
Harmonix has said that its free-to-play shooter Chroma needs a significant rethink.
The pressure on full-RRP games is higher than it’s ever been, one developer has claimed.
One UK retailer has already started selling Xbox One without Kinect.
Sequels may take their sweet time in the world of Take-Two, but gamers can certainly expect more from both Red Dead and BioShock in the future.
Nintendo has revealed an adapter that allows GameCube controllers to be used with the Wii U.
Mythic Entertainment has been closed after nearly 20 years of game development.
The graphics technical director of Watch Dogs has defended the state of the game on PC and confirmed that it is working on a patch to ease the problems.
A few short gameplay snippets of the still unconfirmed From Software title Project Beast have been posted online.
The subscription model of Crytek's CryEngine is now available to purchase on Steam, the digital distributor has announced.
An announcement for a new Mortal Kombat game could be on the horizon, according to a purportedly leaked teaser poster.
Music-focused game development studio Harmonix has let go of 37 employees in an organizational restructure.
Sony’s successful Instant Game Collection is being stepped up from June.
Former SCEA president and CEO Jack Tretton has joined the advisory board of AI start-up Genotaur.
The early technical struggles of Ubisoft’s Watch Dogs appear to have created a domino effect that is causing trouble on all major gaming networks.
EA’s free FIFA 14 Ultimate Team: World Cup DLC will not be released today as planned.
Wargaming has announced it is to introduce a boxed edition of World of Tanks: Xbox 360 Edition.
The latest MCV is available now and we reveal how the UK games market jumped dramatically with growth across almost every category.
Remedy has revealed that Xbox One exclusive Quantum Break will be released in 2015.
Sony has revealed that it is porting its Ratchet & Clank Trilogy HD to Vita.