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Sony president Kazuo Hirai hopes to keep the corporation’s entertainment and electronics divisions unified going forward.
The impending arrival of the next generation of consoles poses not threat to Nintendo. Wii U, the company’s American boss has argued.
Firaxis XCOM: Enemy Unknown hits iOS devices this Thursday, and it doesn’t intend to fit into the mobile platform pricing mold.
Valve appears to be looking into allowing Steam users to share their digital purchases with friends.
All the noise surrounding the next-generation of consoles is a fantastic opportunity for investors to make big money from gaming.
Take an average internet user. Then take an internet user whose household income is £50,000 or more.
Microsoft last week announced a new-look redesigned Xbox 360 that we were told was available straight away.
With the industry off in LA last week, GAME and Microsoft saw fit to quietly launch the UK’s first Xbox store.
Sales at online retail specialist The Hut Group grew by 30.4 per cent year-on-year to £145.3m for the 12 months ending December 21st 2012.
The Xbox 360’s iron grip on the North American market has finally been released.
Free-to-play Xbox One fighter Killer Instinct won’t have an expansive character roster. And rightly so, argues Microsoft.
The Witcher developer CD Projekt Red has opened a new studio in Krakow, Poland, according to a job listing on the site.
It sounds like PC gamers may face a bit of a wait for true next-gen FIFA to be released on PC.
Virtual reality startup Oculus has attracted Series A funding of $16m to back the headline-grabbing Oculus Rift.
Xbox boss Don Mattrick has argued that, even at £429, the Xbox One is “over-delivering value”.
Paid DLC in a game integrated into Nintendo hardware? Wow, this really must be the future.
Smash hit Xbox Live Arcade hit State of Decay has passed a new sales milestone.
Square Enix has laid off almost half of the employees at IO Interactive as part of “significant changes” at the studio.
New IP may be the talk of the moment, but the return of much older properties can evoke just as much excitement.
UK digital retailer Green Man Gaming is expanding its operations in a bid to crack America.
An aggressive Sony took E3 by storm last week, but says it was only ‘one good day’.
A new flagship PC processor is on the way from AMD… although you won’t be able to buy it.
Sony’s brave experiment that is Wonderbook is to receive two new games in the coming year, including a new Harry Potter entry.
Nintendo has been told that it must sell more Wii U’s if it wishes to win back the affections of third party publisher EA.
MSE Group will be bringing new gaming tablet Wikipad to UK retail later this year.