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Capcom announced a new title in its popular Monster Hunter franchise today, and this one's getting a western release.
Microsoft continues its push for original Xbox One programming this week, with word that AMC executive Ari Mark has been hired on at Xbox Entertainment Studios.
Notable strategy and RPG publisher Paradox Interactive aims to branch out from its PC roots, pledging to bring games “based on existing and new brands” to PlayStation 4 and Xbox ...
Microsoft has reported revenue of $24.52bn for the quarter ending on December 31st, 2013 – a 14 per cent increase in net sales fueled by what the firm ...
The PS4 is back in stock at GameStop, but the retailer warns quantities are limited.
Ex-Warner Bros. CEO and chairman Barry Meyer has accepted a position on Activision Blizzard's board of directors.
Capcom's Xbox One exclusive Dead Rising 3 shipped 1m units prior to the end of last year, the publisher has announced.
A pair of indie studios led by a trio of industry veterans have launched a Kickstarter campaign for 2D action side-scroller, To the Death.
Indie developer Klei Entertainment has revealed its open world survival horror game Don't Starve has accumulated 1m players on the PC platform alone.
Microsoft and Machinma have responded to yesterday's report on the pair's confidential Xbox One endorsement arrangement, claiming that the deal was a “typical marketing partnership.”
Harmonix is rumoured to have put an end to the development of an unannounced Xbox One Kinect effort.
Candy Crush developer King has received approval from the US Patent and Trademark Office over the trademarking of the term “candy.”
Microsoft reportedly made deals with several Machinima video partners for extra pay, provided they promote Xbox One without mentioning any endorsement from the firm.
A Fable Trilogy bundle containing Fable Anniversary, Fable 2, and Fable 3 is in the works for Xbox 360, Microsoft has revealed.
Disney Infinity has moved 3m starter packs since its launch, Disney Interactive has announced.
The dominance of Early Access titles DayZ, Rust, and Starbound is evident again this week, as the trio continues to set the pace on the Steam's latest top sellers chart.
Valve aims to bring currency options for 12 additional territories over the next year, including countries in Europe, North America, and Asia.
Indie developer Bossa Studios' first-person operation game Surgeon Simulator is heading to iPad with a new, likely grisly, dentistry mode.
Ubisoft has announced a partnership with The Tetris Company to bring the classic title to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
A Federal Trade Commission complaint has Apple readying a pay out of at least $32.5m to consumers the company billed for unauthorized in-app purchases.
The Last of Us will receive its first piece of DLC on Valentine’s Day, according to a leaked promotional image.
Valve has announced the beta launch of its Steam service for VR platforms, including the Oculus Rift.
Publisher Majesco Entertainment has absorbed major revenue drops from both Q4 and full year periods in its fiscal 2013.
Former World of Warcraft lead systems designer Greg Street has accepted a lead position at League of Legends developer Riot Games.
Double Fine has decided to forego an Early Access release of its adventure game Broken Age, instead electing to move forward with the Season Pass method for the title.