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Star Citizen will not be sold, the many backers of the space simulator have been assured.
Online miscreants have chosen to disrupt Battle.net services a week after the launch of Diablo III: Reaper of Souls.
A report from Japan seems to be suggesting that there’s a small risk Nintendo president Saturo Iwata could be voted off the company’s board.
Metro Redux is real and in the works for the latest generation of consoles, publisher Deep Silver has confirmed.
Free-to-play shooter Warface has reached 25m registered users, Crytek has announced.
Oculus staff and their families have received death threats over Facebook's recent acquisition of the company, Oculus co-founder Palmer Luckey has revealed.
PlayStation is giving football fans the opportunity to score tickets to this year’s World Cup.
Microsoft veteran Phil Spencer will now lead a reorganised Xbox division.
Animal Crossing could not only be making a console return, but also be branching out onto non-Nintendo hardware.
Few companies have so fully embodied the shift in global games development from the West to the East as Square Enix.
The partnership between BBC’s Top Gear and Microsoft’s Forza series is continuing with a new DLC pack for Forza 5.
Leading esports firm ESL has announced the acquisition of event services and technologies agency ESS.
Valve's Michael Abrash has joined Oculus after three and a half years with the company.
John Carmack has spoken positively of Facebook's acquisition of Oculus and believes the firm gets "the big picture" for virtual reality's potential.
The Xbox One is being lined up for a release in China, Microsoft has said.
EA is to stop selling physical PC games through Origin. Yes, EA sold physical PC games through Origin.
Apple’s reputation as offering the most stable operating system around may not be accurate.
An event later this week could well be the launch platform for Amazon’s long-rumoured Android console.
Despite Facebook’s entry into the virtual reality market doesn’t mean the sector won’t be led by indie developers.
Sony’s PS4 exclusive InFamous: Second Son has managed a second consecutive week as UKIE GfK Chart-Track No.1.
Last week – after a four year journey – tax relief for UK games studios was confirmed.
A new Metro bundle looks likely to be heading to both next-gen consoles.
Digital distributor 7 Entertainment has been found to be reselling PC keys obtained from Humble Bundle.
Owners of Pokémon X and Y can receive free new Pokémon for their game this Friday at GAME.
PlayStation’s self-publishing initiative has signed on more than 1,000 indie developers, Sony has announced.