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‘UK games stores made a major mistake ditching PC games.’
Electronic Arts says that there are around 55m new-generation games consoles in the market right now.
Sony has revealed it sold 8.4 million PlayStation 4s during Q3 2015.
Sega. The name still conjures images of Sonic speeding across a CRT screen with the plastic black Megadrive sitting besides it.
Microsoft may no longer be reporting sales figures for its console hardware, but the firm has revealed that its monthly users number on Xbox Live has reached 48 million.
13m copies of Star Wars Battlefront has been sold into stores, boosting EA’s revenue to £1.8bn.
GameStop is publishing a new video game from Ratchet & Clank and Sunset Overdriver creators Insomniac Games.
2K Games is running a series of PR events in Windsor to support the upcoming XCOM 2.
Digital games retailer GOG.com is introducing an early access section to its website.
Games publisher Sold Out will release the console versions of upcoming mech shooter Beyond Flesh and Blood at retail.
Thomas Was Alone dev Mike Bithell has said that we don’t have the data needed to accurately assess the health of the digital games market.
Gaming social network and video-sharing platform Plays.tv has introduced a way for spectators to capture stream highlights while the content creator retians their ownership.
Riot Games, creators of eSports frontrunner League of Legends, reportedly made $1.6bn off the game in 2015 according to SuperData Research.
2K has signed a new exclusive agreement with wrestling company WWE to keep developing and publishing the WWE video games franchise.
Crackdown and Forza developer Sumo Digital is opening a new studio in Nottingham.
In this week’s MCV we take a lengthy and in-depth look at the lucrative PC games market.
BBC Radio 5 will air a 90-minute special dedicated to the history and impact of football video games this evening.
Worms creators Team17 has signed another interesting games project - this time from 16 year-old Anthony Tan.
The games buying manager at UK supermarket behemoth Tesco, Jon Hayes, has left the firm.
Games giant EA says it is on a targeted mission to fix its PC reputation.
The BBC has commissioned a brand new monthly Radio 1 show dedicated to video games.
EA will not have its massive E3 booth this year, the firm has confirmed.
EA will be holding a brand new games event in London and LA this June.
Wolfsburg completed several attention-grabbing transfers last summer, underlining their ambition to establish the club at the pinnacle of German football. Among those putting pen to paper were former Brazilian international ...