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According to the Entertainment Software Association (ESA), 44% of all gamers in the U.S. today are female. But when it comes to the burgeoning market of eSports, professional gamers are ...
Peru’s games industry has struggled with the steep cost of hardware and software in Latin America, leading to a thriving black market.
The hugely popular Interface event returned last week, bringing together hundreds of budding indie developers with publishers seeking new titles at St Mary’s Church in London.
5th Cell's Fig crowdfuding project Anchors in the Drift has fallen short of meeting its funding goal of half-million dollar goal by nearly $400,000.
Fallout 4 has reportedly exceeded 2m sales on Steam alone.
3D Realms' Duke Nukem spiritual successor Bombshell has been delayed to early next year, the publisher has announced.
Kamcord has beaten Twitch and YouTube Gaming to the iOS streaming race.
Just days after the release of the concluding part of its first series, Telltale has confirmed a second series for its Game of Thrones game.
Acclaimed From Software developer Hidetaka Miyazaki has contradicted previous comments about the future of Dark Souls.
It looks as if the first of two big Steam sales will kick off next week.
A quarter of a century after its release in the UK, the Mega Drive could be a star performer this Christmas.
The flurry of triple-A console releases has seen console publishers race back to the top of the TV advertisement battle in the US.
YouTube is now siding with its content creators over games publishers.
Afro Samurai 2: Revenge of the Kuma is no longer available to buy from PSN, Xbox Live or Steam.
It appears that Resident Evil 6 could be coming to the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
Multiple GPU users have been told that the PC version of Batman: Arkham Knight will never make use of their available graphics cards.
It’s not just Xbox One owners that will be able to play older games – Sony has plans for its own backwards compatibility.
The former creative director for Kinect is to take on a role at Microsoft outside of the firm’s Xbox group.
A pair of titles developed by Quantic Dream have received PS4 release dates.
Popular MMO Blade & Soul will make its way to western markets this January, publisher NCSoft has revealed.
Blizzard has settled a trademark dispute with Innovis Labs over the use of the Overwatch name.
The Advertising Standards Authority has said that it won’t be pursuing further measures against Activision concerning a mistake made in the marketing for Call of Duty III pre-order content.
Tickets have now sold out for this year's MCV and Develop Christmas Party.
We’re about a couple of weeks away from the launch of Just Cause 3, so now’s about the time you’d expect a swanky launch trailer, right? RIGHT.