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Microsoft’s new Xbox boss thinks Xbox is the key to Microsoft’s reversal of its recent struggles.
Virtual reality headset specialist Oculus has revealed the second version of its Rift VR unit.
Microsoft has disproved any accusations of aloofness by reversing the controversial policy decisions that dogged its Xbox One announcement.
Consumers are spending money – just not on video games.
Some gaming enthusiasts find buying games on the High Street safer than via online, says Ubisoft.
Platform holder Sony has admitted that consumers have effectively killed off the 3D gaming revolution.
Blizzard is facing pressure from both sides of the globe as consumer rights groups get up in arms about Diablo III.
The senior vice president of EA’s digital division has claimed that the importance of the relationship between publishers and retail is eroding.
Distributor Sony DADC will increase its business-to-consumer services when it opens its new warehouse.
The Consumer Products & Services division of Sony, which houses amongst other things its PlayStation business, has reported a loss of $1.009bn for the quarter ending December 31st 2011.
GAME’s new consumer show has done more than ruffle feathers at Eurogamer.
When GAME’s UK MD Martyn Gibbs spoke at BAFTA last week, half the people in the room was aware of what he was unveiling, the other half were not.
GAME wants to trump Eurogamer’s popular Expo by encouraging publishers to debut new games at its own Birmingham show first.
One difference Sony DADC says it can offer is a direct-to-consumer postal service for small retailers.
Leading UK games retailer GAME has tonight at London's video game BAFTAs announced that it is to stage its first UK consumer games show later this year.
Distribution giant Sony DADC is preparing to introduce a direct-to-consumer postal service for games retailers.
The staff at GAME in Guildford will serve a rather surprising customer on Friday, October 29th.
It might be the sixth-biggest software market in Europe, but Spain claims one of the biggest consumer shows for video games – and it’s run by GAME.
Japanese publisher Sega Sammy has reported a net income of $189.5m for the nine months ending December 31st. The news is all the sweeter for the firm as in the ...
Sony Europe’s intention to further the recognition and muscle of the PlayStation brand throughout 2010 has been bolstered with news that SCEE ahs signed Target Entertainment as a consumer product ...