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Rayman Origins, Persona 4, Dead or Alive 5 Plus and Final Fantasy X and X-2 HD Remastered are among the Vita games confirmed to be compatible with PS Vita TV.
Digital full game downloads and DLC spending grew 27 per cent in the US games market during Q2 2013.
Sony has increased the prices of upcoming PS3 titles Beyond: Two Souls and Gran Turismo 6.
Independent retailers are urging Microsoft and Sony to keep the cost of Xbox One and PS4 games at or below the £50 mark.
The CEO of Skylanders: Giants and Swap Force co-developer N-Space has said that his studio currently has no Nintendo games in development for the first time in a decade.
A bullish Phil Harrison has said that he thinks the Xbox One will launch with “the best line-up of games in the history of consoles”.
Sony has cut the price of the PlayStation 3 to €199 in Europe.
Microsoft has confirmed over 20 games for the launch line-up for the Xbox One.
Pre-orders for Watch Dogs and Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag are higher on Xbox One and PS4 than on current generation platforms, says Ubisoft.
Microsoft should have been stronger in its argument for the Xbox One’s former digital features, Codemasters founder David Darling has stated.
Facebook has revealed a new mobile game publishing pilot program aimed at helping small and medium-sized developers.
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.
JiggeryPokery founder and former Zynga UK boss Matthew Wiggins has expressed concern over the viability of large mobile game developers.
UK rental service Lovefilm has abandoned video games in order to reaffirm its focus on films and TV categories.
Microsoft’s Games with Gold program has kicked off with the first free title being offered to Xbox Gold Live members.
The real winner of E3 wasn’t one of the squabbling console manufacturers – but the hundreds of journalists writing about them.
In the week before E3, Microsoft and Square Enix announced sequels to two of the biggest games of this generation – but they weren’t for Xbox One or PS4.
Some might say that losing your game collection for being racist and homophobic on Xbox Live is actually a good thing.
E3 always offers up the most important video games – but not all of them end up succeeding.
Fresh rumours suggest that Microsoft will use tonight’s Xbox reveal to announce a fresh drive toward cloud gaming.
Customers will from today be able to buy Telltale developed games from digital retailer Green Man Gaming.
Nintendo’s Wii U has been delivered yet another piece of bad news.
A knife attack in Clydebank has been blamed on the offender’s access to violent video games.