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Despite the perceived decline in the PC games market, graphics cards shipments were up two per cent in Q4 2013.
The cost of Amazon Prime membership is getting a significant increase.
Angry Birds creators Rovio says it is crucial that parents are made aware of the costs in free-to-play games.
A game like Dark Souls has no right to be talked about in the same breath as Skyrim.
The Nintendo Pokemon X and Pokemon Y Battle Tournament 2014 has been officially announced.
Europe’s largest teaching laboratory with access to PlayStation development kits has been opened today at Abertay University in Dundee.
An Oculus Rift-rivalling virtual reality headset from Sony will be revealed next month.
Online games portal Kongregate has named Emily Greer as its new CEO, effective February 28th.
Football Manager 2014 has broken the record for the most consecutive No.1s in the PC charts.
PS4 will remain in short supply until around April, predicts Sony.
Microsoft is banking on EA’s Titanfall to help Xbox One fight back against PS4.
A new report from NPD suggests that only a limited number of US gamers have made the decision to completely abandon physical games.
Upcoming survival horror title Daylight is adding an extra layer of interactivity.
A new retail sales business has launched, and has signed Mastertronic as its first publisher, MCV can reveal.
Tony Hawk is back. Well, he’s coming back, anyway, with talks between himself and Activision having been confirmed.
Cooking Mama and Zumba publisher Majesco is readying to appeal a Nasdaq stock delisting expected next week, as the firm is currently trading under the $1/share minimum.
The decision to trademark the Candy name is a perfectly logical one, a UK lawyer has argued.
Videogamer.com has appointed Jamie Trinca as its new video producer.
Warner has announced a console and PC release for former handheld exclusive Batman: Arkham Origins Blackgate.
Streaming video service Twitch has said that the ongoing Twitch Plays Pokemon stream is causing chat problems across its entire service.
Street Fighter IV has been added to Virgin Gaming’s real-money multiplayer roster.
EA has bundled all three of its Crysis games – and more – in a single digital release.
Jakks Pacific has partnered with Nintendo to launch the first ever Nintendo licensed Mario Kart ride-on.
The fate of BioShock Vita can certainly be described as ‘uncertain’.
The Develop Awards are back this July, with four new prizes up for grabs, and you can lobby to be nominated for one right now.