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Online games firm Zattikka could go into administration next month as it struggles to make a loan payment of £275,000.
A number of new devs have revealed the sales numbers for their Ouya games and the reaction can best be described as mixed.
A trio of devs behind some of the more recognisable games on Ouya have revealed their sales figures.
The Federation of German Consumer Organisations hopes to have Steam in court by the end of the year.
A six-day digital PC game sale has this afternoon begun at online retailer Green Man Gaming.
Microsoft’s Games with Gold program has kicked off with the first free title being offered to Xbox Gold Live members.
Acclaimed developer Patrice Desilets doesn’t believe the recent furore over the Xbox One’s digital strategy will halt the march toward a disc-less future.
Free-to-play specialist Wargaming is delighted to be moving to Xbox – although it’s having to bite its tongue in the process.
The day may well arrive when video games leave the High Street for good. But that’s for consumers to decide, not platform holders.
Valve has dropped what is being interpreted as a hint that the Steam Summer Sale will kick off this Wednesday.
Microsoft still hopes to implement the more ambitious digital features of its Xbox One platform, it has stated.
Sometimes games aren’t about multi-million pound budgets and transmedia marketing – sometimes they’re about changing people’s live for the better.
Take an average internet user. Then take an internet user whose household income is £50,000 or more.
Free-to-play Xbox One fighter Killer Instinct won’t have an expansive character roster. And rightly so, argues Microsoft.
The US video games market has ceased its decline, according to the latest numbers from NPD.
Think Steam is the be all and end all of download games? Think again.