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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.
Black Ops II’s digital revenue alone for the last 12 months would place it as the year’s third biggest game behind Grand Theft Auto V and Skylanders Giants.
Blizzard's dungeon-crawler Diablo III has passed the 14m sales mark across all versions.
We all expected sales of Assassin’s Creed IV and Battlefield 4 to be down.
Head of Microsoft Studios Phil Spencer has at last responded to the weeks of criticism being levelled at the Xbox One over its resolution support.
Early GTA Online players are quids in as Rockstar's in-game cash injection goes live.
Call of Duty: Ghosts sales are down compared to Black Ops II, Activision has admitted.
The imminent launch of PS4 and Xbox One is significantly hurting sales of current gen games, retail experts have told MCV.
Microsoft has shifted its focus back to developing Windows PC releases of first party titles, VP Phil Spencer has revealed.
Activision Blizzard has announced financial results for Q3 2013, reporting revenue of $691m for the period.
Blockbuster has announced it will effectively shut down in the US.
The latest social media research from Way To Blue suggests that Call of Duty: Ghosts is lagging behind the competition in terms of social media buzz.