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There are just two months to go until what is being tipped as one of the most important E3's yet.
The next generation of PC graphics cards from Nvidia doesn’t look set to arrive until 2014.
It’s one thing taking to the internet to say how badly you want a game to be re-released. It’s another thing to altogether to then go and spend money on ...
A new quiz show based on Zynga’s Draw Something IP is to be aired in the UK on Channel 4.
This latest MCV – which is now available to view online – contains the world's first interview with Blockbuster UK's new boss, Gary Warren.
A new report now claims that the new Xbox WILL be able to play games when not connected to the internet.
On 9th May this year, the industry will be gathering in Sydney for the MCV Pacific Awards, and you get to decide who's worthy.
The words look the same, but they are in a different order.
Leading UK publishers will meet HMV this week with one clear message: Don’t give up on games.
Gamers unserved by a quiet summer release schedule might find solace in raft of new digital games from Ubisoft.
UK supermarket Asda has become one of the first non-specialists in the country to begin accepting PS4 pre-orders.
If you’re a regular reader you won’t be surprised to hear of the official confirmation of Ubisoft’s Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon.
Publisher Namco Bandai has announced it will be expanding with two new international offices, set to open in June.
Microsoft creative director Adam Orth, made infamous for his recent outburst on Twitter regarding always-connected consoles, has left the company.
As things progress towards Microsoft’s eventual announcement of the next Xbox, new info has reportedly spilled out regarding cable box integration and Kinect eye movement detection.
Forget games – Koch Media wants to make £30m a year from the cinema.
505 Games believes its Ashes game will outperform all previous cricket titles thanks to a double helping of tournaments.
My annual trip to San Francisco for GDC last month was primarily in the service of MCV sister title Develop.
When it comes to Ouya, much of the excitement has focused on the physical box itself: a cheap £99 Android console made famous on Kickstarter.
The Mac version of EA’s SimCity will be released on June 11st, the publisher has confirmed.
Nintendo has confirmed that the long-rumoured Wii U version of Splinter Cell: Blacklist is very much real.
Fancy proving your skills in a tournament even John Terry is afraid to attend?
Free-to-play and downloads are the fastest-growing business models of the past five years, but how many video games publishers actually rely on them rather than more traditional methods of releasing ...
Day-one DLC is a vital component on a publisher’s balance sheet, but it’s also a practice regarded with wide-held disdain by many vocal consumers.
What do you have if you remove the multiplayer component of Halo 3: ODST? A tempting $14.99 Xbox Live Marketplace download.