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Machinima has landed another round of funding led by Warner Bros, though it hasn't stopped the multi-channel network from cutting a chunk of its staff along with a few programs.
Streaming video leader YouTube has released a smartphone app designed to provide kids with a safe viewing environment.
Nintendo says it could have sold more New 3DS XL units in the US were it not for an ongoing labour dispute that is disrupting West Coast shipping.
Climax may not be a company you’d associate with being an ‘indie’ developer.
Graphics card giant Nvidia has found itself in legal hot water over what it has now confirmed to be the misleading specifications it released for its GeForce GTX 970 card.
Lights, camera, action: IGN, GameSpot, Eurogamer, Yogscast and Videogamer on their approaches to video
Every major games media firm is investing serious money in video as the YouTube generation takes over.
An upcoming patch for Blizzard’s Diablo III will introduce microtransactions in some markets, but not in Europe or America.
Earlier this month, Eurogamer made the decision to get rid of numerical scores from its reviews.
Rapper and celebrity Kanye West has said he is making a video game.
Once upon a time, the traditional media was the gatekeeper for information about video games.
In the first week of 2015, IGN veterans Greg Miller and Colin Moriarty left the gaming site.
RPG title The World Ends With You: Solo Remix has been withdrawn from the Apple App Store.
Accessories firm A4T has partnered up with Warner Bros to produce peripherals and merchandise based on the upcoming Batman: Arkham Knight.
Green Man Gaming has announced its support for this year’s MCV Awards celebration, signing on as Event Partner.
Dead or Alive 5: Last Round buyers are being warned of a save data corrupting bug.
Nintendo has hailed the launch of its New 3DS and the success of two of its games.
Boxed games are struggling to sell because consumers don’t need to buy any, UK retailers have told MCV.
The president and CEO of Sony Computer Entertainment Europe has said that his company has a responsibility to demonstrate that the sort of misogynistic behaviour demonstrated in the GamerGate campaign ...
The free version of DriveClub for PlayStation Plus members may never be released, Sony has admitted.
Sony’s PS4-exclusive cinematic shooter The Order: 1886 has debuted at the top of the UK retail charts, according to the latest Ukie Games Charts, compiled by GfK Chart-Track.
Twitch has announced it will host the first annual TwitchCon this September in San Francisco, California.
Exploding Kittens crowdfunding campaign has taken over the Kickstarter record from Ouya for the highest-funded games-related project.
The launch of Total War: Attila has propelled the title to number one on this week's Steam top ten sellers chart.
I am really quite fond of the review score.
Finnish powerhouse Rovio has teamed up with Beijing Kunlun Tech to bring its popular Angry Birds franchise to China.