Former Games TM editor Samuel Roberts is the new editor of Future mag PC Gamer.
Gamesaid has begun a Christmas campaign to get games firms to donate unwanted merchandise to its eBay activity.
Play.com owner Rakuten has claimed that Nintendo’s Wii U has seen a 75 per cent sales spike in October.
A U.S. judge has approved Atari's plan to leave bankruptcy protection a little less than a year after filing for Chapter 11 in January.
Microsoft has shut down its Canada-based studio in Victoria, leaving 30 employees out of the job.
Square Enix has announced the PC re-release of Final Fantasy VIII.
PC games and software company Stardock has created a staffing company in effort to offer its employees a work environment with some actual long-term stability.
Two one-off video game radio shows will debut this Christmas on Kerrang! Radio.
Christmas dinner in a tin. That’s apparently what GAME could shortly be selling in its stores.
Luigi’s disregard for the rules is demonstrated not only in his dress sense but also his casual dismissal of the Gregorian calendar.
Thatgamecompany’s debut PlayStation title Flow is now available to PS4 owners.
80 million consoles sold may sound like a huge number to Xbox, but to PlayStation it is just not good enough.
Sony is facing criticism over its implementation of microtransactions in Gran Turismo 6.
Administrators Moorfields Corporate Recovery has confirmed that another 62 Blockbuster stores are to close.
Valve has joined non-profit group The Linux Foundation as part of its ongoing investment into the budding OS as a gaming platform.
The UK family games site has launched a new tool to help parents find the games most suitable for their children.
Nintendo has said that online petitions and fan outcries don’t play a part in shaping its overall strategy.
Development of DLC for Battlefield 4 has been stopped so the entire studio can focus on fixing the game’s problems.
Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag will receive its first major DLC add-on, 'Freedom Cry,' later this month.
Nintendo has revealed a pair of 2DS hardware bundles featuring Pokemon X and Pokemon Y for a select US retail release later this week.
The CEO of Take-Two has expressed scepticism about the potential of publishers to make significant money from triple-A free-to-play games.