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Call of Duty: Ghosts has been the best selling “retail” game for PS4 in the US since launch, Activision has claimed.
Warner Bros has confirmed that the wait for the Xbox One version of LEGO Marvel Super Heroes will be a short one.
Online retailer Amazon is to start offering Sunday delivery to its customers.
Around 150 US consumers were the lucky recipients of their Xbox One consoles this weekend two weeks ahead of the machine’s official launch.
Nintendo has confirmed that American retail will continue to be supplied with Wii consoles.
Crytek’s free-to-play PC browser FPS Warface is now available in Europe and America.
17,000 additional workers will be hired by GameStop in the US for work over the Christmas period.
A worldwide Xbox One promotional tour will kick off later this week.
Sony has calmed fears that the recently announced PS Vita TV will not be launched in the West.
The Xbox One has, at long last, got a confirmed global release date.
Microsoft will announce its worldwide release plans for the Xbox One later today.
The future of Sony’s ambitious virtual world PlayStation Home looks very uncertain.
Sony has cut the price of the PlayStation 3 to €199 in Europe.
The American arm of Nintendo has introduced a new way for consumers to get their hands on a cut-price 3DS.
Elements of the multiplayer component of The Last of Us were censored in the European release, it has been discovered.
Kickstarter funded Android console Ouya’s first month on sale in the US has been given a lukewarm assessment by sales tracker NPD.
Xbox One will launch worldwide this November.
It looks like April may have been another terrible month for Wii U in the US.
Nintendo’s global president Saturo Iwata is taking on a second job – CEO of Nintendo of America.
The majority of American Sony Stores have cut the price of the 3G PlayStation Vita by a third.
UK retail may be advertising the PS4 as due in 2013, but its arrival in Europe before Christmas is anything but guaranteed.
The Xbox 360 has started 2013 in much the same way as it ended 2012 in the US. And sadly, so did the Wii U.
Xbox 360 still rules the roost in the US, but sales for the December quarter were sharply down year-on-year.
Month one sales for Call of Duty: Black Ops II were down 14 per cent on the 2011 November sales of Modern Warfare 3, a report has claimed.
Analyst Doug Creutz believes Xbox 360 was the star performer in the US video games market in November.