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The public survey element of the OFT's investigation into in-app purchases has been revealed.
World of Tanks creator Wargaming has taken its first tentative steps toward console development.
Nintendo appears to be on the verge of releasing a brand new 3DS SKU in the UK.
Having gained approval in the March 2012 Budget, plans for UK tax breaks for video games developers are now in doubt.
Blockbuster was rescued out of administration last month, and its new owner wants to turn the rental giant into a retail powerhouse. MCV speaks to the firm’s new MD Gary ...
PS4 could launch at a lower price than its predecessor the PS3.
Industry professionals have until 5pm GMT today to recommend a nomination for the 2013 Develop Industry Excellence Awards.
The tech housed in the upcoming Android console Ouya lags significantly behind many other modern Andorid devices.
Wii U owners will have to wait a tiny bit longer to get their hands on Warner’s Injustice: Gods Among Us.
Cult TV quiz IP Catch Phrase is back thanks to hugely popular iOS app Classic Catch Phrase.
UK developer Criterion is stepping away from the racing genre to “make something new”.
Will the next-generation of consoles kill pre-owned? Only time will tell.
An HD ‘reimagining’ of the 1993 Sega Genesis release Castle of Illusion Starring Mickey Mouse has been announced for PSN, XBLA, and Steam.
Sony Online Entertainment has released the Planetside 2 Mobile Uplink app for iOS and Android devices.
The Bethesda team members behind Skyrim have moved on to the company’s “next major project,” which means the end of post-launch content for the game.
Yannis Mallat, the CEO of developer Ubisoft Montreal, has claimed that the market IS ready for an always-on next-generation of consoles.
20m sales and counting – indie hit Minecraft is one of the most remarkable successes in the history of gaming.
The long wait for the standalone version of Day Z looks to have got a little longer.
Are you currently unsure which console you should invest in next? Well help’s at hand.
Massachusetts assemblywoman Linda Stender wants to introduce legislation to ban mature-rated arcade games.
Three of EA’s Facebook titles are facing the chop.
Upcoming racer GRID 2 is to get its own round of GAME lock-ins later this month.
Tomb Raider fans in Japan are being asked to buy $30 worth of additional content if purchasing the game on Steam.
The new flagship Blackberry Z10 seems to be in danger of turning into a commercial disaster.
The future of 2K Games’ promised XCOM shooter is in doubt.