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Acclaimed Japanese developer Monolith Soft is working on new titles for Nintendo platforms, starting with a new RPG currently titled X.
The first 3DS outing for the Pokémon series will arrive on October 12th.
Fans have been given their first look at the next Smash Bros for both Wii U and 3DS.
Wii U fans will have to wait until next year to get their hands on Platinum Games’ Bayonetta 2.
Following the success of Donkey Kong Country Returns, Nintendo is rolling out a new version for Wii U.
The HD remake of The Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker will be released October 2013.
Wii Party U has been announced… and delayed.
The next entry in Mario Kart will be available for Wii U early next year.
A brand new entry in the Mario universe has been revealed – Super Mario 3D World for the Wii U.
Microsoft and Sony have had their turn – now it’s Nintendo’s chance to woo the world at E3.
The long-lamented Microsoft Points system will be retired as part of Xbox 360’s autumn update.
The mystery surrounding Bungie’s new shooter Destiny has finally been lifted with the release of its first gameplay video.
What a difference a day makes.
New studio Respawn has released the first gameplay video for its Xbox One and Xbox 360 exclusive debut title Titanfall.
Xbox One fighter Killer Instinct will be a free-to-play title.
This is sure to go down as a notable moment in E3 history.
The PlayStation 4 will be region free and allow gamers to upgrade the internal hard drive.
E3 is never the ‘war’ that we in the press like to make out. The exception being E3 2013. That was the year Sony very much emerged as the victor.
It's clear to anyone attending tonight's event that this year's Sony press conference was a crowd-pleaser.
Cloud streaming service Gaikai will allow the streaming of a select number of PS3 games on the PS4 from the start of 2014.
PlayStation 4 will be released for £349 this Christmas, Sony has announced.
Sony has pledged support for the second-hand games market in its E3 press conference today.
In a none-too-subtle dig at Microsoft, Sony confirmed that PlayStation 4 will not be limited by the same restrictions as Xbox One.
Bungie and Activision's collaboration Destiny saw its first live gameplay demo on stage at Sony's E3 press conference, running on the PS4.
PlayStation Plus users will be able to continue using their account when they pick up a PS4.