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Newcastle is the host of a new Ubisoft office, which opens today.
Fewer games than you think offer free playable female characters by default
The clampdown on cross-region gifting in Steam appear to have been tightened further.
Mortal Kombat X will not arrive on last-gen consoles until the summer.
The British Academy Games Awards were held last night, with big wins for several UK studios including Ustwo Games, Creative Assembly and Roll7.
Anaheim in California will once again be host to Blizzcon, which this year will take place in November.
Mobile analytics firm App Annie has opened a new office in Singapore.
One of Ubisoft’s most noted indie releases was helped to release by the personal support of the publisher’s CEO Yves Guillemot.
The protection offered to those whose PlayStation Network accounts have been hacked has been called into question following the plight of one PS4 owner.
PS4 may have again beaten Xbox One in the monthly US hardware charts in February, but it was Nintendo that emerged as the month’s surprise winner.
Sony's internet-based TV service PlayStation Vue will soft launch later this month in North America.
Cloud Imperium Games expects Star Citizen's game client will likely weigh in at 100 GB, adding that individual patches will likely range between 2-20 GB.
A sequel to EA's shooter Titanfall is in development for PC, PS4, and Xbox One – Respawn CEO Vince Zampella has confirmed.
Deep Silver has confirmed a 2016 release for Homefront: The Revolution, which represents a delay to the title.
New city-building title Cities: Skylines has got off to a towering start on Steam.
Yes, there’s another Angry Birds game – Angry Birds Stella Pop has been released on iOS and Android.
Carbon Games title AirMech Arena will be released on next-gen consoles, publisher Ubisoft has confirmed.
GDC saw Valve’s PC-meets-console range of devices, the Steam Machines, burst back onto the scene.
A TV drama series based on Grand Theft Auto is in the works at the BBC, the corporation has announced.
One of Hearthstone’s leading eSports teams is striking out into the fighting genre.
When you think about football games, your mind probably drifts to FIFA, or perhaps PES and Football Manager.
Crytek is currently experimenting with virtual reality and how its CryEngine technology can power such an experience.
Jean-Charles Lacoste, MD of sports monetisation experts InPlayer, discusses what eSports businesses can do to generate better income
The average selling price of a game rose last year to over £31.
The game revenue share held by supermarkets decreased in 2014.