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PlayStation 4 has been the best-selling games console every month of the year to-date, Sony has told MCV.
The online Nintendo store will shortly offer a new subscription box service, MCV understands.
“It was a really strong line-up but... they’re just so hard to like.”
Six years on from the release of Angry Birds, Angry Birds 2 has at last arrived on smartphones.
In this week's MCV we speak to EA COO Peter Moore about its performance at this year's E3 and its attempts to win over the firm's numerous critics.
Despite its relative youth, Serbia’s games industry is quickly growing into an important presence on the worldwide stage.
Spectators of the upcoming Intel Extreme Masters tournaments at Gamescom will now see the action from their favourite player's point of view within minutes of the match ending, thanks to ...
There have been two new additions to event firm Multiplay's senior management team.
Sony has revealed some impressive PS4 sales numbers for its most recent financial quarter.
The European Commission insists that its proposed Digital Single Market will open up the whole of Europe for games retailers.
Team17 will publish Yooka-Laylee and says it wants to take the Kickstarter phenomenon to retail.
CentreSoft is braced for a busy September after signing Konami.
Curse VP of global sales Nathan Lindberg reveals the firm’s unique approach to covering E3 – and how it kept its fans happy
Mega Man Legends spiritual successor Red Ash has been funded and confirmed for PS4 and Xbox One in addition to PC, thanks to a new publishing deal with Fuze Entertainment.
An unconfirmed number of employees at online game company Kixeye are reportedly out of the job.
Rocket League has hit 5m downloads in only a matter of weeks, developer Psyonix has announced.
It’s a pretty safe bet to say that the trailer for Dropsy: A Point & Click Hugventure is the most bizarre thing you’ll have seen today. Or maybe ever.
A number of Sega’s PC properties will soon be available on a ‘try before you buy’ basis.
“Peter was pretty much a broken man.”
Free-to-play creation suite Project Spark is now available in a $50 Year One Edition.
Four new releases in the Japanese software Top Ten last week wasn’t enough to dethrone continued phenomenon and chart success Yokai Watch.
Nexon is partnering with EA to release a free-to-play version of Respawn’s Titanfall to Asia.
Having suggested several times that it was no longer enforcing its indie game release parity policy, Xbox boss Phil Spencer has more or less confirmed its demise.