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H1Z1 has finished on top of Steam's weekly best sellers chart, outpacing pre-orders for Grand Theft Auto V.
Cartoon Network has launched a new Adventure Time game that allows players to design and import their own levels using pen and paper.
People who have suffered at the hands of online hate group GamerGate are being offered support by a new service established by Zoe Quinn.
Some long-term World of Warcraft fans have received a statue to reward them for sticking with the MMO as it hits its tenth anniversary.
2K and Firaxis Games have announced the next title from Sid Meier – Starships.
Lis Naylor, MD of recruitment firm Lis Welsh, tells us what the biggest interview pitfalls job hunters face and how they can be avoided.
505 Games is the new owner of the Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons franchise.
Sony is the partner for the first GAME lock-ins of 2015 which will offer gamers the chance to try upcoming PS4 title Bloodborne and The Order: 1886.
Microsoft has once again promised that its next iteration of Windows will offer a new dawn for PC gaming.
MCV takes a look at the best accessories heading to UK retail. This week, we FREQ out over a new Mad Catz headset and get to grips with a fresh ...
There’s a perception that 2014 was a quiet year for Electronic Arts. It wasn’t.
Physical copies of Warner Bros’ zombie title Dying Light won’t be available next week as planned.
It’s not been a smooth ride for Sony Online Entertainment’s online zombie title H1Z1.
Gamers who pre-order either the physical or digital version of Grand Theft Auto V on PC will get a free game download.
Rockstar’s best-selling crime title has held onto the top spot in spite of a sales decline.
Which was the best selling franchise in 2014 – Disney Infinity or Skylanders? That all depends on who you ask.
Sony has revealed which games and DLC on the PlayStation Store were big hits last year, with Destiny and Minecraft topping the rankings.
Blizzard has outlined how players will be able to qualify for the 2015 Hearthstone World Championship.
UK-based Swede Felix ‘PewDiePie’ Kjelberg was the single most watched person on YouTube in 2014.
The high-flyers on our MCV Brit List: Women in Games Top 100 are now revealed.
Back in May last year, MCV ran a story that announced Future was planning to close Computerandvideogames.com.
Uk developer UsTwo has revealed that revenues generated by Monument Valley have hit $5.8m.
A teenager from Merseyside has been arrested in connection to DDoS attacks on PSN and Xbox Live.
Bandai Namco has recruited CVG editor Andy Robinson as its new PR executive.
HMV has launched digital Xbox and PlayStation titles in all of its stores, the retailer has told MCV.