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Valve has announced it will unveil new Steam Greenlight picks next month.
The long, strange path that’s been the post-release development of Team Fortress 2 has formed out of a need for Valve to both experiment and survive.
We may have underestimated Microsoft’s life after Bungie plans for the Halo franchise.
MGM has acquired the film rights for one of the better stories to grace the gaming landscape in recent memory.
Pre-orders for the Wii U Deluxe edition have apparently reached their allotted numbers across all US Gamestop stores.
The Pocket Edition of Minecraft has arrived for the Kindle Fire.
Finally a bit of a shake-up this week on the Steam top ten product charts, as Borderlands 2 has seized the top spot ahead of its launch.
Bohemia Interactive CEO Marek Spanel has responded to yesterday’s report that two employees had been arrested in Greece for allegedly capturing footage of a military facility in Lemnos and Agios ...
It’s pretty safe to say Gearbox took on one mother of a polished turd with Duke Nukem Forever, but what if the studio had a fresh crack at the IP?
As Nintendo turns the page over to the Wii U, the company has offered explanation on what it has in mind for the Wii going forward.
Kojima Productions has opened up a studio in Los Angeles to work on an unannounced title.
Indie developer Frictional Games has revealed its PC horror title Amnesia: The Dark Descent has surpassed 1m copies sold.
The iPhone 5 has finally received proper announcement. Let’s go through the relevant details from Apple’s press event today, shall we?
Ten months out from launch The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is still going strong, particularly on PC.
Valve has announced the initial selections of its Steam Greenlight program.
Developer Re-logic has announced a partnership with publisher 505 Games to bring its acclaimed sidescroller Terraria to PS3 and Xbox 360.
Straight Right, the studio responsible for the Wii U version of Mass Effect 3, is working on more for the console than just Bioware’s effort.
Terry Cavanagh, much to his surprise, appears to have a hit on his hands with Super Hexagon.
Another notable figure has dripped out from the NPD group following its August report.
Steam’s Big Picture mode will hit open beta early this week, if a report from The New York Times is to be believed.
Xbox Live Arcade’s Summer of Arcade promotion apparently didn’t carry the same appeal this year as it has in the past.
A notable bit of info has made its way out of last month’s NPD report: The software division’s chart-topper Darksiders II moved just 247,000 units during the period.
Valve has released Steam’s latest top ten products chart, with Counter-Strike: Global Offensive once more coming out ahead.
EA has announced launch week numbers for Madden ’13.
Over the past eight months more than $50m has been put toward game campaigns on Kickstarter.