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The industry’s pre-owned U-turn continues to gather pace.
It's the Xbox One launch issue of MCV, which details everything you need to know about Microsoft's next console ahead of its launch on November 22nd.
Consumers will be able to sell and trade-in their PS4 games, Sony has once again asserted.
A new two-day consumer games exhibition is set to launch in Scotland during October next year.
PC digital game network Steam has released another set of impressive numbers.
The long-awaited Windows 8.1 update seems to have brought with it more than just a Start menu.
The once limited-time Games With Gold offer on Xbox 360 is to remain a permanent feature.
Rockstar’s Grand Theft Auto V continues to claim retail records.
Harbottle & Lewis Partner Alan Moss takes a closer look at the OFT’s report on the impact of microtransactions on children, and the implications it has on our industry...
Microsoft’s interactive entertainment boss has once again downplayed the perceived tech advantage PS4 has over Xbox One.
Over 133 new studios opened within the UK in the last 18 months. 80 per cent of these are working on games for Apple’s iOS platform, and over 70 for ...
The console and mobile games markets are very different beasts. But that isn’t stopping the industry’s biggest publishers bringing their blockbusters to the small screen.
A lot has been written about PlayStation’s remarkable journey over the last few years.
Battlefield 4, FIFA 14 and Madden NFL 25 will be available in their next-gen guises ahead of their respective hardware launches in the US.
Futuresource Consulting has predicted that PS4 will enjoy a decent sales advantage over Xbox One over the next five years.
19 games will be available alongside PS4 when it launches in Japan on February 22nd 2014.
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.