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A second high-profile publisher figure has bemoaned the extended lifecycles of the Xbox 360, PS3 and Wii.
This week down under, MCV speaks to THQ about marketing Darksiders II, developers respond to Ouya and we interview Peter Molyneux.
Online retailer GameStop has kicked off an aggressive hardware sale.
Ngmoco’s Ben Cousins has become the latest high-profile games exec to predict the death of the console.
Blackberry manufacturer RIM is said to be considering selling off its handset business and becoming a messaging service specialist.
Sony has emerged as the partner who will help Google launch its Google TV service in the UK – and it’s arriving next month.
News that Nintendo’s Wii U WILL support two GamePads after all has come as a relief – but don’t expect the feature to be ready for launch.
Yes, in terms of what was “in the box” the PS3 has always represented good value.
MCV recently got the opportunity to sit down with Shuhei Yoshida, President of Sony Worldwide Studios, to talk about the brand at E3.
Nintendo will tomorrow announce a large-screen version of the 3DS, Japanese news outlet Nikkei.
Microsoft has revealed a brand new limited edition racing-focused Xbox 360 hardware bundle for the US.
Online only UK retailer GameStop has slashed the price of pre-owned consoles on its website.
Starhawk, the PS3 exclusive from Lightbox Interactive, which was originally set for release in India today, will now be delayed by up to two weeks, Sony has confirmed.
According to the FICCI-KPMG Indian Media and Entertainment Industry Report 2012, the Indian games business was valued at 13bn Rupees ($259m) in 2011 – up 30 per cent.
As part of its investor presentation last night, Nintendo revealed that Sony’s PS3 has taken control of the European hardware market since the turn of the year.
Such has been the fantastic and ongoing success of Xbox 360 in the last few years that the industry can’t help but be worried when the market leader posts such ...
A brand new 320GB Red PS3 console will be released in the UK at the beginning of May.
In a very un-Valve-like move, the Seattle-based Half-Life 2 creator has revealed all of its plans for its mysterious new hardware project.
The games industry’s biggest names are currently plotting a path into one of the fastest growing regions in the world of modern gaming.
The Indian games industry is expected to grow by 38 per cent to Rs 18 billion ($359m) in 2012 and to a staggering Rs 46 billion ($917m) by 2016.
Iceland is only 40,000 square miles in size, and its population – and therefore its retail landscape – is even more consolidated.
The southernmost Nordic nation is home to a strong retail market, where games are sold in everything from specialists and hypermarts to bookstores and indie music chains.
Steam owner and digital PC giant Valve has said that it would consider entering the games hardware race.
Sweden has the largest games market in the Nordic region, and as a result a strong presence from the world’s biggest games companies.
UK supermarket chain Morrisons has cut the price on a number of console SKUs, according to reports.