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Consumers now have two ways to help fund the ‘spiritual successor’ to cult GameCube title Eternal Darkness.
For a brief, brief moment this was the most exciting thing we’d seen all year.
Increased costs and diminishing returns – for many that was the story of this generation. And it’s not something that Take-Two wants to repeat.
Grand Theft Auto publisher Take-Two has reported a drop in losses for the year ending March 2013.
Amazon has announced the launch of its new virtual currency, Amazon Coins.
Nintendo has prevailed again in its defense of its Wiimote patents against hardware company Motiva’s accusations of infringement.
Financial services firm Cowen & Company has projected a steep decline for videogame retail sales over the next few months.
As our Indie Retail Month continues, this week we reveal the five top fastest growing indies in the UK.
As our Indie Retail Month in association with Gem continues, the last entry in our look at UK's best new indies is Welsh store JD Games.
Japanese smartphone game Puzzle & Dragons is making some serious cash for owner GungHo.
Blizzard is to hand over the profits generated from a recent bug in the Diablo III Auction house to charity.
Futuristic open-world action title Watch Dogs has been handed a touch of extra realism thanks to Kaspersky Lab.
Cross-media games and TV project Defiance will return for a second series.
Nintendo’s 3DS has grown to become the best console ever released, according to UK national The Sun.
Tomodachi Collection: New Life marked the first time in the series that Nintendo had permitted same-sex relationships in one of its titles. Or so it seemed.
“Various strategic reforms” are on the way for Square Enix after the company confirmed a year of losses for the 12 months ending March 2013.
Software remains the key to saving Nintendo’s struggling home hardware, according to a leading indie dev.
Deep Silver’s Dead Island Riptide remains at the top of the UKIE Gfk Chart-Track All Formats Top 40.
Following on from our gallery of All Interactive Entertainment Red Carpet shots, we now present photos from the main event itself.
Well, the evening has come and gone, so now is the time to share some of the highlights with you through the new medium of photograph.
EA Sports executive vice president Andrew Wilson has sold more than $687k worth of company shares – a move apparently prompted by the publisher’s recent stock market rise.
Nexon saw solid revenue and profit increases for the first quarter of its fiscal year, thanks to a major sales spike in Japan.
Total War: Rome II took Steam’s top ten chart by storm this past week, with pre-orders elevating the game to the top spot months ahead of its official launch.
New studio Precursor chose not to fund its 'spiritual successor' to Eternal Darkness via Kickstarter, and perhaps now we know why.