Entries in 'canada' (18)
The price of new video games appears to have been hiked in Canada.
Sony has detailed plans to close all of its Canadian retail stores within the next two months.
Playing League of Legends in the US and Canada could soon be a smoother experience with the roll out of a dedicated network for the game in the region.
Sony has launched a special promotion for PlayStation Store customers in North America, crediting $15 to individuals who spend $100 or more during the month of October.
PS3 owners in parts of US and Canada can now stream games through an open beta of Sony's PlayStation Now service.
Steam is in the process of adding support for 11 new currencies from around the world, Valve has announced.
Sony has confirmed a new The Last of Us Remastered-themed PS4 bundle will launch July 29th, exclusively in Canada.
Sony has increased the cost of its PlayStation 4 console by $50 at Canadian retailers.
Microsoft has shut down its Canada-based studio in Victoria, leaving 30 employees out of the job.
A new 3DS bundle featuring Luigi's Mansion 2 will hit shops in US and Canada in time for Black Friday, Nintendo has revealed.
The Canadian launch of PlayStation 4 is turning out to be the most successful console release in the country's history.
Ubisoft is set to invest $373 million into its Quebec operations over the next seven years, a move that will generate 500 additional jobs in the province.
A worldwide Xbox One promotional tour will kick off later this week.
Kickstarter has welcomed in a new region to its ranks, allowing developers in Canada to create and run campaigns on the crowdfunding site.
A 12 GB flash-memory PS3 super slim model has been listed on Sony's North American website, but the company doesn't seem interested in creating any hubbub about it.
Canada-based developers and tech start-ups will be able to use crowdfunding website as of September 9th.
A black model of Nintendo’s 3DS XL line looks to be on its way to shelves in North America, according to an ad promoting the hardware.
Kickstarter will open up its doors to Canada-based companies beginning later this summer.