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Amazon will use its cloud technology to handle thousands of characters on screen at once for an ambitious new game on its Fire TV.
Nine of the biggest brands in the games industry have signed-up to speak at this year’s Develop Conference in Brighton.
A custom 3D interface is the USP that Amazon hopes will distinguish its upcoming entry into the smartphone market.
UPDATE: The physical version of Dark Souls II on PC has been delayed by one week in the UK, MCV can confirm.
Argos took home the Mainstream Retailer prize from last night’s MCV Awards.
While the effect of Amazon's new Fire TV on the general gaming market is still to be determined, the device appears to be in direct competition with similarly priced microconsoles. ...
It has been out for less than a day and already Amazon’s FireTV has a game library over 100 strong.
In the wake of last night’s reveal of Amazon’s Fire TV, MCV got in touch with the retailer for an interview.
Amazon has said that it currently doesn’t have any plans to release FireTV outside of the US.
Sitting under your TV and playing games does not a games console make.
Amazon has hired on Portal lead Kim Swift and Far Cry 2 designer Clint Hocking to join its internal game studio.
Amazon revealed its Fire TV device at a press event in New York earlier today.
Minecraft will be one of the big third-party launching on Amazon Fire TV.
The video streaming box/games console hybrid has been backed by a number of developers, and Minecraft, Asphalt ...
After unveiling the new Fire TV, Amazon has detailed it will also be making its own games for the device.
Amazon has revealed its long-rumoured ‘console’ – the video streaming FireTV.
Some Amazon customers are now being presented with Metacritic ratings in certain video game product listings.
An event later this week could well be the launch platform for Amazon’s long-rumoured Android console.
Delivery company Yodel will soon be part-owned by Amazon.
As well as not ushering in tax breaks, last week’s Budget may have brought with it another bad piece of gaming news.
The in-development Amazon games console isn’t a console at all, a new report has claimed.
The first images of Amazon’s dedicated under-the-TV gaming hardware have seemingly arrived online.
Amazon is reportedly readying Android-powered hardware for release in March, though details are fuzzy on what entertainment medium will be the focus.
Amazon has posted multi-platform listings for an unannounced next-gen Transformers game.
Double Helix, the developer of Microsoft’s free-to-play Xbox One battler Killer Instinct, has been acquired by Amazon.
The cost of membership to Amazon’s popular Prime service is going up, the retailer has said.