Entries in 'exclusive' (47)
The publisher is offering free copies of AC IV: Black Flag and AC III to those who buy Elder Scrolls Online through uPlay.
Microsoft has revealed a Limited Edition Titanfall controller for Xbox One.
Microsoft has entered into a “multi-year, multi-title agreement" with State of Decay developer Undead Labs.
Konami has announced a concrete release date for Phantom Pain precursor Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes.
An exclusive mission will be included with the PS4 and PS3 versions of Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes.
Namco Bandai is rewarding consumers who pre-order Dark Souls II with a host of exclusive loot.
Studio says it will not be making SteamOS exclusive games.
One of the most anticipated next-gen games will never be released on PS4.
It will be six months before players on other platforms get their hands on Sony’s exclusive Ubisoft DLC.
GAME has been named as the exclusive stockist of the Titanfall Collector’s Edition in the UK.
To celebrate the release of Skylanders SWAP Force, Asda will be selling an exclusive figurine.
Everyone and their dog seems to think that GTA V is heading to PC, but theories as to why it’s not yet happened are pretty varied.
Controversial American football title Gridiron Thunder is no longer an Ouya exclusive.
PlayStation has landed itself another tasty-looking indie exclusive in the form of Visiontrick media’s Pavilion.
The first two titles to qualify for Ouya’s Kickstarter funding promotion have been greenlit – although controversy has since enveloped one of the games.
Daring indie title That Dragon, Cancer has been confirmed as being an exclusive for Ouya.
Microsoft’s time in the sun may be short at Gamescom, but expect it to make plenty of noise.
Former Ouya exclusive Polarity is gearing up for a release on PC.
Kickstarter funded Android console Ouya’s first month on sale in the US has been given a lukewarm assessment by sales tracker NPD.
Titanfall Xbox exclusivity "a tactical opportunity" but PlayStation release "not out of the question"
EA has insisted that it wants its games to reach as wide an audience as possible, but like any good rule there are always exceptions.
Yet another game has decided to free itself of the sheckles of Wii U exclusivity.
Capcom is bringing the Dead Rising series back for Xbox One.