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Sega’s Total War: Rome II has a firm Q3 release date.
Arguably the ultimate Mass Effect replica is currently available to buy from BioWare’s online store.
Retailer Blockbuster hopes to take another step toward recovery with an exclusive deal on Quentin Tarantino’s latest DVD and Blu-ray release.
A further $15m has been poured into Ouya, the Andoid console originally crowd-funded by Kickstarter.
Ubisoft is giving the High Street a chance to cash in on its latest digital smash, Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon.
Crowd-funded Android console Ouya will not launch at the beginning of June, as was originally planned.
All signs point to Gran Turismo 6 being unveiled for PS3 next week.
An MCV investigation examining hundreds of apps has revealed a lack of consistency in the way in-game purchases are presented on digital stores.
Our Indie Retail Month in association with Gem continues to look at the UK's top new indie retailers with Game Trade, an online indie already starting to work directly with ...
It has been confirmed that the new Star Wars games coming from EA studios DICE and Visceral won’t be available on Wii U.
Free-to-play may be the current darling of many a games publisher, but don’t expect a dramatic shift in the way in which consumers pay for the next-generation of console games.
Activision has again beaten financial expectations, but that hasn’t stopped boss Bobby Kotick issuing a number of blunt warnings about the challenges ahead.
Activision Blizzard’s MMO World of Warcraft lost 1.3m subscribers during the first three months of 2013.
Activison has reported better-than-expected earnings for its Q1 2013, but remains cautious about the hurdles that still lie ahead for the rest of the year.
Sony has introduced a new indie games category on the PlayStation Store, aiming to give indie devs additional exposure for their titles.
Developing titles for PS4 and the new Xbox will be significantly more expensive than current-gen programming, according to Capcom.
High Street giant GAME says it will reach out to software-starved consumers with a series of major events this summer.
Former THQ marketing boss Jon Rooke has crossed over to the development sector as brand director at Creative Assembly.
Perhaps this explains why Disney decided to ditch LucasArts?
Shannon Sun-Higginson is celebrating the Kickstarter success of her movie GTFO: A Film About Women in Gaming.
The late Apple boss Steve Jobs pulled the plug on his firm advertising its products Rupert Murdoch’s TV network Fox.
Publisher EA has said it won’t be releasing any Star Wars games in its current fiscal year, which ends March 31st 2014.
Game quality assurance firms have felt a sizable decrease in their console projects, which has put pressure on some companies to seek new business from other parts of the entertainment ...
MCV and Gem kick off Indie Retail Month this week with the top new indies on the High Street.