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Nintendo will again travel to over a dozen malls scattered throughout the US to showcase its latest wares available for the holiday season.
The sequel to last year's hit tactical RPG The Banner Saga won't make its 2015 release window, Versus Evil has announced.
Fallout 4 continues to top Steam's weekly best sellers chart, taking the number one spot again during its launch week.
Homefront is dead; long live Homefront.
Bethesda has said that Fallout 4 sold-in 12m units of Fallout 4 for this week’s launch day.
MCV and Develop's content marketplace Interface returned for another successful outing yesterday – and you can now see some pictures from the day.
Unity has announced it has acquired one of its partner studios, which was previously contracted to handle the engine’s development for PlayStation platforms.
The Terminator and former Californian Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger has become the latest celebrity to be recruited by Game of War dev Machine Zone.
Over 100 indie developers and small studios packed into St Mary’s Church in London yesterday to get invaluable advice on funding, marketing and more – and to pitch their games ...
Focus Home Interactive’s Blood Bowl 2 caused a temporary stir yesterday when a price tag was attached to much of its free content.
Xbox One is now backwardly compatible with some Xbox 360 titles, and Microsoft is doing all it can to make the most of the positive PR.
Starbreeze studio Overkill has irked players once again with the addition of new gameplay-boosting microtransactions to Payday 2.
The former gaming editor for online outlet Digital Spy, Matthew Reynolds, has moved to No Man’s Sky studio Hello Games.
For all the criticism the Xbox One has received, it is evident that Microsoft is willing to listen to the fans and change its hardware to reflect what players want.
Publishing label Excalibur is considerably cutting back on its simulation business as it invests more into its own IP.
Microsoft’s first-party controller revenue has shot up by two-thirds during 2015, according to GfK Chart-Track.
Take-Two CEO Strauss Zelnick says the publisher will continue to launch multiple triple-A boxed games a year, despite the rapid growth of its digital business.
This week, Microsoft is updating its Xbox One with a user interface and backwards compibility functionality, and has recently launched its new Elite range.
A market dedicated to selling retro games and merchandise takes place this weekend, and the organisers expect it to give a huge boost to retailers.
Call of Duty, Fallout and Star Wars Battlefront must deliver if UK games retail is to turn around a difficult 2015.
The long-awaited arrival of the Master Chief on Xbox One has helped the console achieve a rare monthly win in the US.
If you thought the announcement of the NX would result in the new Zelda being pushed off of Wii U, there’s no need to worry.
Upcoming Zelda spin-off Hyrule Warriors Legends will officially introduce a female version of lead hero Link to the franchise.
Twilight Princess is the next Zelda game to be remastered by Nintendo – and it will get a brand new Amiibo, too.
Nintendo has revealed Star Fox Zero will launch on Wii U this April.