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The Last of Us marked a massive leap forward not only graphically, but also in terms of video game narrative.
We speak to GAME Southampton sales assistant Tom Dent about the importance of knowing the titles you’re selling, making the effort for midnight launches and the effect Mario Kart can ...
Gamescom has firmly established itself as a major date in the games industry calendar.
Train simulation specialist Dovetail Games is living up to its promise to expand beyond the railways by launching into the fishing and flight categories.
FIFA 14 marked EA’s football next-gen debut Yet a flashy new engine is only a small part of what the development team has been working on.
Amid uncertainty in the games market, GAME has decided it is time to float on the stock market once again. Risky?
In the wake of last night’s reveal of Amazon’s Fire TV, MCV got in touch with the retailer for an interview.
The creator of Flappy Bird has said that he is considering re-releasing the title.
Last month an online game launched which took the gaming world by storm.
PC GAMING WEEK: It offers the most powerful single graphics card (GPU) in the world and its x86 chips can be found in both PS4 and Xbox One.
PC GAMING WEEK: Choosing a console pretty much boils down to three things – price, games and brand.
Dong Nguyen has spoken publicly for the first time since the high profile removal of his hit title Flappy Bird from the world’s app stores.
On the surface, it’s been a horrible few years for Konami.
250,000 consoles sold in two days means PS4 is already ahead in the next-gen console race.
From Battlefield to Titanfall, EA has a huge line-up of triple-A next-gen blockbusters.
A year ago Sega restructured its Western business, with a bigger emphasis on digital content and more attention given to its core IPs. Did it work?
Sony’s stinging attack on the Xbox One business model at E3 saw the PlayStation firm take pole position in the next generation console race.
The first post-E3 issue of MCV is now available digitally and will start to arrive with subscribers from tomorrow.
Ubisoft stole the show at E3 last year, with new IP and major blockbusters – and the firm is promising more surprises in Los Angeles next week. MCV caught up ...