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Customers of Origin in Australia could soon have similar refund rights as those in the EU.
Apple has reported revenues of $58bn for the quarter ending March, marking yet another record trading period for the company.
The love/hate relationship between sports broadcaster ESPN and eSports continues.
MCV takes a look at the best accessories heading to UK retail. This week, Logitech’s Daedalus gaming mouse takes flight and Turtle Beach’s upcoming mousepad gives it something to land ...
Despite only having been in place for a few tumultuous days, paid Steam Workshop mods are no more.
Minecraft's default female character Alex will be added to console versions of the game later this week, Mojang has revealed.
Konami has announced it is no longer trading in the New York Stock Exchange.
Grand Theft Auto V held tight to the top spot on Steam's weekly best selling products chart, but Killing Floor 2 arguably had a better showing with two of its ...
Silent Hills is officially no more.
Skyrim mod creator Chesko has said he’s done with Steam Workshop mod support after clashing with Valve over his controversial Art of the Catch mod.
Australia has long been notorious for the costly price of games.
Developers can now apply for grants from the US government towards the development of any games created for educational purposes.
Surprise! Codemasters has not only announced a new game in the Dirt series, but has actually already released it.
The mobile market has grown to such an extent that revenues are trickling further down the charts.
Nearly 100 games businesses are now set to attend May 14th’s interface - and amongst them are over 30 games studios looking for a publisher.
Such has been the backlash to Steam’s introduction of paid-for mods that Valve founder Gabe Newell has taken to Reddit to address one of the move’s most critical communities.
We now have a concrete idea of what Call of Duty will look like when it arrives in November.
The latest entry in Warner Bros' Mortal Kombat series is once again in pole position of the GfK Chart-Track Top 40.
One of the Xbox 360’s defining shooters could be set to make a return on the Xbox One, if reports are to be believed.
It now looks as if Hideo Kojima and Guillermo del Torro’s Silent Hills may never emerge from the fog.
Klei Entertainment has pinned an official release date on its Steam Early Access stealth title Invisible Inc., revealing the game is in development for PlayStation 4 as well.
Toylogic has announced its free-to-play online multiplayer game Happy Wars is now available on Xbox One.
Nintendo is no longer interested in bringing SNES games to Wii U, according to virtual console developer and publisher Natsume.
Valve has taken a more direct role in Dota's eSports calendar by announcing three more officially sponsored championships to join The International.
The long-awaited movie adaptation of Blizzard’s World of Warcraft franchise has slipped again, this time to the summer of 2016.