January is always a quiet time of the year – this year more so than normal with only a handful of new releases.
Gearbox has announced that the games once referred to as Homeworld HD and Homeworld 2 HD have now become Homeworld Remastered.
EA has outlined exactly what gamers will be getting if they shell out for Titanfall’s Season Pass.
Former Criterion creative director Alex Ward and studio director Fiona Sperry have announced the formation of their new UK-based indie studio, Three Fields Entertainment.
An average of 60 Flappy Bird clones are uploaded onto the iTunes App Store every day, according to a new report.
The Secret World developer Funcom has posted financial results for its most recent completed quarter, reporting a major dip in revenue compared to the same period in the year prior.
Cloud gaming specialist OnLive has relaunched itself with two major new business models that it believes will finally win over gamers.
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OnLive has revealed its new-look management team ahead of the service’s re-launch today.
UK games stores should push digital games as much as physical ones, says Sony.
Licensing firms have already rushed to back Watch Dogs – even before the game has launched.
Electronic giant Dixons hopes to become a major player in smartphones via a proposed merger with Carphone Warehouse.
Electronics and games retailer RadioShack has announced significant US store closures.
Coffee Stain Studios’ deliciously bizarre Goat Simulator has now got a release date.
Twitch has revealed its software development kit for mobile game broadcasting.
Three indie games have signed digital publishing deals with Namco Bandai Europe.
Activision is taking the unprecedented step of allowing free multiplayer Call of Duty access to those who don’t own the game.
South Park: The Stick of Truth will miss its March 7th release date in Germany and Austria.
A new major update has been released for the Xbox One to address a variety of the console’s issues.
Eidos Montreal has let go of a significant number of development staff just one week after shipping its stealth action reboot Thief.