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Gamescom has firmly established itself as a major date in the games industry calendar.
New VAT laws next year will have a major impact on online games businesses.
How To Train Your Dragon 2 was the only new game to make the UK Chart-Track Retail Top 50 last month.
Disney Interactive has announced its financial results for Q3 2014, revealing a significant increase in revenue thanks to Disney Infinity sales.
Nexon has announced a new deal with Valve to produce Counter-Strike Nexon: Zombies, a free-to-play spinoff of the series featuring various undead enemies.
Mass Effect executive producer Casey Hudson will leave BioWare after 16 years to take on a “new stage” of his career, the company has announced.
Sega and Sports Interactive have announced that Football Manager 2015 is headed to stores this November.
Xbox One exclusive Ryse: Son of Rome will be released on PC this Autumn.
EA will not freely add and remove games made available via EA Access.
From later this year Xbox One owners without a cable or satellite box will be able to watch over-the-air digital TV through their consoles.
Developer BioWare has continued its teaser campaign for its mysterious presumably new project, due to be revealed at Gamescom next week.
As in, there is literally a fish playing Pokemon, live on Twitch.
Blizzard has revealed that those who have already played Diablo III on their last gen machines will be able to continue their games on PS4 or Xbox One.
Duke Nukem: Critical Mass was only ever released on DS, which makes the discovery of a complete PSP version all the more surprising.
The market may be getting increasingly tough for Apple, but that isn’t stopping the continued growth of the App Store.
Members of games industry charity GamesAid can now put forward organisations for possible support this year.
Crysis developers Crytek are still in control of cult retro shooting Ip Timesplitters.
GAME is to host in-store hands-on sessions with Diablo III: Reaper of Souls – Ultimate Evil Edition.
A digital board game service is coming to PS4 and Xbox One via a partnership between Hasbro and Ubisoft.
There is general unrest across the games steaming community this morning following Twitch’s sudden introduction of an audio copyright detecting tech.
A Californian man is suing Sony over allegations that the company mislead the public over Killzone: Shadow Fall’s graphics.
Support for the Android portion of PlayStation Mobile is to end, Sony has confirmed.
Microsoft has permanently reduced the price on a quartet of Xbox One releases.
A re-release of United Front's open world action title Sleeping Dogs will launch on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One this fall, publisher Square Enix has announced.
EA and the Premier League have extended their partnership until the end of the 2018/2019 season.