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Diablo III has been a huge success by any measure, but ardent fans of the series have been offered sympathy from Blizzard regarding the game’s lack of “endgame”.
Sony will use some of its stage time at E3 convincing consumers to sign up to a reinvigorated PlayStation Plus subscription service, a report claims.
EA has outlined the ways in which it intends to build upon the fantastic success of FIFA 12 with the freshly announced FIFA 13.
Wednesday March 7th at 6:00pm GMT – that’s when we’ll finally find out what Apple has in store for the third generation of its iPad.
Publisher Ubisoft has once again found itself to be the subject of internet rage over its PC gaming DRM strategies.
It takes a strong willed fellow to stand up to the mighty Shigeru Miyamoto, but that’s exactly what happened in the development of 3DS racer Mario Kart 7.
Had Electronic Arts not undergone a painful three-year transition of its business, the firm would today be “irrelevant and in far worse shape”, a top exec art the firm has ...
505 will release Grease for PS3 Move and Xbox 360 Kinect later this year - but it will be a very different game to the one that hit Wii and ...
Just days after Realtime Worlds’ ambitious open-world MMO APB finally hit UK retail, the developer has stated that it’s intending to revisit several core elements of the game.
Sega’s European MD Alan Pritchard will move to the US next month to become vice president of sales and marketing for Sega America, MCV can reveal.
The latest iteration of Sony’s PS3 Slim, the CECH-2100A, houses a rebuilt RSX chip that cuts both the power consumption and the likelihood of failure for the console.
Changes to the cost of in-game items in EA’s online-only free-to-play shooter Battlefield Heroes have been met poorly by the title’s community, with claims that it is now almost impossible ...
The Master League remains arguably the chief feather in Pro Evolution Soccer’s cap, and Konami hopes to grab a bigger share of the 2009 market with a raft of ML ...