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Sony has released its TV ad for upcoming PS4 exclusive InFamous: Second Son.
Cult indie platformer Fez will hit all three PlayStation platforms later this month.
The total amount of money pledged on Kickstarter since its inception on April 28th 2009 has now passed $1bn.
It looks as if Ubisoft may be on the cusp of confirming a new release date for Watch Dogs.
Another tempting Xbox One offer has appeared on the UK High Street.
It has been confirmed that Duke Nukem and Wolfenstein developer 3D Realms has been acquired by Danish investment firm SDN Invest,
Credit-card sized computer Raspberry Pi has sold 2.5 million units around the world.
A new Kinect-specific game has been confirmed for Xbox One.
Developer BioWare has discussed the idea of remastering its Mass Effect trilogy for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
Danish indie developer Interceptor Entertainment has acquired 3D Realms, according to its CEO.
A new Xbox magazine has emerged and it costs 99p an issue.
Departing creator Dean Hall says the team working on DayZ is to double.
PS4 launched in Japan, but just how big was it? Marketing and consulting chief Ricky Tanimoto of video game giant Famitsu and Enterbrain explains all to MCV.
Dedicated video games hardware will remain Nintendo’s core focus, the company has pledged.
Cloud gaming specialist OnLive is the latest firm to pledge their support to this year's MCV Awards.
Square Enix has claimed its second UK No.1 of 2014 with Thief getting off to a chart-topping debut.
PopCap is working on a new game for consoles, according to the company's franchise marketing manager Gary Clay.
Twitch Plays Pokemon – a livestreamed crowd-play event with thousands of individuals attempting to control and play through one game – has ended in triumph, and a new journey is ...
Banished has once again topped Steam's best sellers chart, besting DayZ for the second week in a row.
Rental and retail giant Blockbuster UK is still dead, says the company's US licence holder.
Nordic has announced that Darksiders II is once again available on the Wii U eShop.
UPDATE 3: Since posting this story, Blockbuster owner Dish Network has denied it has licensed the Blockbuster name to Crash.
One of Vita’s recent breakout hits is to receive a release on PC.
Xbox 360’s Kinect camera was identified by British spy agency GCHQ as a possible tool for snooping on the public.
Namco Bandai has revealed pre-orders for Dark Souls II are 50 per cent up on its predecessor.