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Rockstar’s much-loved Bully franchise seems one step closer to a sequel today.
Top independent chains have told MCV that PS4 is already ‘winning the war’ against Xbox One.
They say that broadband is the biggest barrier to an all-digital games industry. Others may disagree.
Microsoft’s Xbox One sold around 150k units in its first 48 hours in the UK, MCV understands.
System 3 has recruited Brian Blessed for its Putty Squad trailer.
As night follows day talk of a hardware problem has accompanied last week’s global Xbox One launch.
Microsoft’s brand new Xbox One claimed 80% of the UK’s total hardware sales last week, doubling the week one sales of Xbox 360.
Corrinne Yu, who served as the principal engine programmer of Halo 4 at 343 Industries, has ended her tenure at Microsoft to join Naughty Dog.
A Lego version of Peter Jackson's three-part film adaption of The Hobbit will arrive next year across all major platforms, according to what appears to be leaked promotional material.
Last week's PC launch of Assassin's Creed IV helped Ubisoft's title beat out Call of Duty: Ghosts for top of Steam's top sellers chart.
Microsoft has announced that it too has conjured one million day one sales of its new console.
New Disney Infinity figures and power discs are headed to stores.
FIFA 14 owners on Xbox One have been warned of two bugs that are currently affecting the game.
It's the PS4 launch issue of MCV, which details everything you need to know about Sony's next console ahead of its launch on November 29th.
In what would complete one of retail’s most impressive turnarounds, GAME is said to be lining up a possible return to the stock markets.
Twitch and Mojang have teamed up to introduce simple Twitch broadcasting to the PC version of the smash-hit game.
All UK retailers are invited to sell our PSN games, says SCE UK.
It’s not all about PS4 this Christmas for Sony, with the firm throwing £2.5m behind Vita, too.
There's just two places left at Tuesday's Xbox 360 MCV Christmas Pub Quiz and Party.
PlayStation UK insists it will not repeat the mistakes of its troubled PS3.
UK retail giant GAME has hailed last night's Xbox One launch an incredible success, and says that the console's sales will easily beat the launch of Xbox 360.
You know those pesky Channel 4 ads? They just got a lot more interesting.
It's a moment fans have been waiting for for years, it's dominated the media, the radio, the TV, press and the High Street all week.
Xbox One will sell out and there will be difficulty getting stock, admits Xbox VP Phil Harrison.
GameStop has announced its allocation of PS4 consoles has run dry, and still some 2.3m customers are waiting for new stock to arrive.