Mathew Horne and Jonathan Ross have just turned up to the Titanfall launch event in London.
The first images of Amazon’s dedicated under-the-TV gaming hardware have seemingly arrived online.
Namco Bandai has found itself the subject of an internet campaign regarding complaints about the visual state of Dark Souls II.
The option to rent titles via PlayStation network has been spotted in the wild.
Sony continues to dominate the next-gen hardware market in America, NPD numbers show.
US customers are no longer able to purchase an Xbox 360 for $99 as part of an Xbox Live subscription offer.
Jonathan Ross was amongst the celebs in attendance at last night’s UK launch party for Titanfall.
Southern Europe has some of the most valuable gaming markets on the continent.
There was a time – just a few years ago – when the big movie studios were a legitimate threat to the likes of Ubisoft, EA and Activision.
Electronic Arts is the latest big name to pledge their support for this year's MCV Awards.
Valve is readying a new customer report feature that allows users to flag offensive games or products that violate laws.
Unity Technologies has purchased mobile game service firm Applifier for an undisclosed price, the two companies announced in a joint statement today.
PopCap has suffered an unspecified number of layoffs, publisher EA has confirmed.
Industry charity GamesAid has named the acts that will be performing at the upcoming Stand Up for GamesAid comedy event.
Microsoft Game Studios boss Phil Spencer has said fanboys have an “unhealthy dislike” for rivals and should realise that all formats have their virtues.
Apple has shortened its return policy for the iPhone from 30 to just 14 days.
Last night’s video games BAFTAs were crowned with a rare public appearance from the media-shy Houser brothers.
Candy Crush Saga studio King is pushing to generate $530m (£319m) in an initial public offering that would see the British game maker valued at up to $7.6bn (£4.6bn).
The popular gaming bar Loading has called time on its Soho location.
Masahiro Sakurai has outlined has admiration for Sony’s PS4.
The freshly announced delay for CD Projekt’s The Witcher 3 shouldn’t worry those with an eye on Cyberpunk 2077, the dev has said.