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On Tuesday, Curtis Martin donned a Denver Broncos uniform alongside Marshawn Lynch and Greg Olsen, and faced off against a Carson Palmer-led Pittsburgh Steelers. It didn't take long before Martin ...
A wide range of PC accessories and goodies hit the shelves every week. MCV checks out what has been trending lately.
Studio Wildcard would love Sony to introduce an Early Access programme for PS4.
The MCV Awards 2016 is just a month away, so make sure you secure your ticket for the big night as we only have limited availability.
Mario? Zelda? Metroid? Donkey Kong? One of Nintendo’s bigger brands has been teased as the lead for the company’s second smartphone release.
Many of the most popular cards in the Hearthstone library will be excluded from what Blizzard will position as the new standard ranked play mode for its card battler.
One of the UK’s leading retailers of PC gaming hardware is trying to push into the UK High Street via GAME. But with an internet-savvy audience, why bother?
Square Enix’s Dragon Quest Builders: Alefgard wo Fukkatsu Seyo debuted in Japan last week and dominates the top half of the region’s charts.
There are undeniable advantages to releasing games on PC.
Your favourite industry title has bolstered its sales force.
The PCs of one in three Steam users are running Windows new operating system.
Publisher Nordic Games has purchased a number of game franchises for its portfolio from Hungarian firm Digital Reality.
Miitomo - the unusual smartphone app from Nintendo - will launch next month in 17 countries, and fans can pre-register for the game by February 17th.
Jonathan Blow has revealed that The Witness has sold over 100k copies in its first week, generating over $5m in the process.
Having spent years steering the Colin McRae brand away from the world of dedicated simulation, Dirt Rally has proved to Codemasters that an appetite remains for less arcade racers.
It looks like last year’s blockbuster Star Wars film is getting the LEGO treatment.
A year’s worth of free DLC is the reward for Homefront: The Revolution buyers. The price? An upfront fee for the game and multiplayer microtransactions.
Universally Speaking's Thomas Nicholas tells MCV about how to secure a role in business development
The first 24 companies to receive money from the UK Government’s Games Fund have been announced.
More than half of the $3.3 million pledged towards Psychonauts 2 is yet to make it to developer Double Fine.
Supermarket giant Sainsbury’s has made an offer of £1.3bn to purchase Argos owner Home Retail.
There’s another Assassin’s Creed game coming to mobile devices.
Last week, YouTube channel The Fine Brothers attempted to trademark ‘React’ in an effort to monetise and license its reaction show format.
Having previously dismissed the technology, Wii U and 3DS platform holder Nintendo has seemingly softened its stance toward VR.
Nintendo’s net profit for the nine months ending December 31st slumped 31.9 per cent year-on-year to ¥40.55bn.