Samsung has opened a number of new standalone stores in eight cities across the UK.
It appears that the next Magic: The Gathering game will not be released on PlayStation.
World of Tanks claimed more average revenue per user than any other online game in the last 12 months, according to a new research.
The latest iteration of the Galaxy Android smartphone series has gone on sale in the UK.
The boss of beleaguered smartphone company Balckberry has denied telling a news agency that it could quit the handset business.
Ubisoft has silenced any niggling doubts regarding the visual prowess of Watch Dogs with a new video of the PC version in action.
eSports isn’t going away, and EA CEO Andrew Wilson wants his company to play a big part.
Disney Infinity bested Sony’s smash-hit new blockbuster IP The Last of Us at last night’s MCV Awards.
Ubisoft took home the award for Games Publisher of the Year at last night’s MCV Awards.
Argos took home the Mainstream Retailer prize from last night’s MCV Awards.
The resurgence of GAME continued last night as the retailer took home two prizes at the MCV Awards.
The biggest game of 2013 won more industry accolades than any other title at this year’s MCV Awards.
The biggest price cut yet for Microsoft’s Xbox One has hit the UK High Street.
PlayStation dominated the MCV Awards 2014, collecting eight prizes including the prestigious Grand Prix.
Square Enix Montreal's mobile effort Hitman GO will launch globally April 17th on iOS devices, the studio has announced.
More than 70 per cent of Grand Theft Auto V players with online connectivity have played GTA Online, Take-Two CEO Strauss Zelnick has revealed.
Bastion developer Supergiant has announced its upcoming effort Transistor will launch of PlayStation 4 and Windows PC platforms on May 20th.
New platforms such as Oculus Rift, Xbox One or PS4 will need to hit unit sales of between five and ten million units before Wargaming will target them.
BioWare has said that any future character DLC for Dragon Age: Inquisition would need to be on-disc – so it’s not going to release any.
Having gained a devoted following in Japan, Nintendo’s “new Animal Crossing” is going to be debuted on 3DS in Western markets.
Those who have purchased to £100 Elite: Dangerous Premium Beta can get stuck in from today.