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Sony has announced which digital entertainment apps will be available when the PlayStation 4 launches in America.
Fans of Tiny Tower and the Death Star are in for a treat.
Skylanders fans can now trade-in their old Portals of Power at Smyths Toys.
Former Nokia CEO Stephen Elop is being tipped to replace outgoing Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer.
November is a busy month for the Doctor, but the Time Lord will still be putting in an appearance in the video games market.
Microsoft has outlined what apps will be offered to Xbox One owners between launch and spring 2014.
Mad Catz has said that its Xbox One racing wheel won’t be released until some time after Christmas.
The design director of Xbox One launch title Ryse: Son of Rome has said that gamers should stop fixating on the “non-issue” of game resolutions.
The grand return of XCOM may be over if no one buys next week’s expansion pack Enemy Within, says developer Firaxis.
Think the LEGO franchise is just for kids? Warner Bros is spending more money than ever before on LEGO Marvel and are targeting older gamers.
Nintendo is backing its new Zelda 3DS game with an extensive Christmas marketing campaign.
For many, the first word that comes to mind when discussing digital games is Steam.
It may already be sold out at most stores but Sony is still spending more money than ever has on promoting the PlayStation 4.
A SteamOS version of Total War: Rome II will launch early next year, developer The Creative Assembly has announced.
The planned second and third games for Doctor Who: The Eternity Clock have been cancelled, the BBC has revealed.
Disney Interactive has revealed its Q4 2013 results, reporting a year-over-year revenue increase of 107 per cent thanks to Disney Infinity.
Influential media exec Rich Keen has been named head of product marketing at PlayStation UK.
Nintendo is backing its biggest Wii U game of the year with a major TV advertising campaign.
SuperAwesome has announced that its network now reaches 13m unique children each month.
Craig Flannagan, Microsoft Canada's Xbox director of marketing has delivered the platform holder’s most bullish pre-launch prep talk for some time.
There’s a new graphics card daddy in town.
Ubisoft and Square Enix are partnering up to offer their merchandise in each other’s stores.
Voxler Games has detailed Let's Sing, the first karaoke game to launch on PC.
The rare white Xbox One has been sold for £5,000, GamesAid has announced.
This week's issue of MCV analyses how the next-gen transition is damaging the sales of the year's biggest Q4 releases.