Xbox One Kinect title Dance Central Spotlight has been dated and priced by Microsoft.
There’s just two weeks left for Gamescom exhibitors and trade attendees to book their place in MCV’s daily magazine during the show.
In case you missed it last week: The GMAs are back for 2014. And we need your nominations.
Ad analytics specialist Flurry has been acquired by web firm Yahoo.
Rovio’s extensive toy line that will accompany the upcoming Angry Birds Transformers has been priced and pictured for the first time.
Chinese esports team Newbee have won this year’s Dota 2 International.
Ubisoft has announced Tetris Ultimate is coming to Nintendo hardware after all, just not its Wii U console.
Upcoming FPS Modern Combat 5 has been cracked and uploaded onto multiple torrent websites ahead of its release.
The Ratchet & Clank Collection will arrive tomorrow for US Vita owners, Sony has announced.
Ustwo's optical illusion puzzler Monument Valley has passed the one million downloads mark.
The inclusion of an optional toggle between 30 and 60 frames per second in PS4 title The Last of Us: Remastered doesn’t mean that 60fps support is flaky.
An alleged payment of $150k from Yogventures developer Winterkewl to Yogscast remains unaccounted for.
An official walkthrough trailer for The Sims 4 has apparently leaked one of EA’s monetising initiatives for the title.
EA and BioWare’s Star Wars: The Old Republic is apparently the fourth biggest subscription MMO in the world.
The controversial ‘spiritual successor’ to STALKER has hit its $50k Kickstarter goal.
Google has altered the way in which it displays free-to-play game listings on the Google Play store following pressure from the European Commission.
Kohlberg Kravis Roberts is reportedly preparing a move to grab a 20 per cent stake in retailer The Hut.
Lead developer at Winterkewl Kris Vale has attempted to explain the chain of events that led to last week’s termination of Yogventures.
Ubisoft’s Watch Dogs is at the top of the UKIE GfK Chart-Track All Formats Top 40 for the fifth week.
American World Cup hero Clint Dempsey will don different kits on the PS4 and Xbox One versions of FIFA 15.
Microsoft has outlined the additional functionality heading to Xbox One next month, and a big Blu-ray functionality boost features as part of it.