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Crowdfunding platform Indiegogo has halted further pledges for the Spectrum ZX Vega+ device.
Nintendo Switch’s launch line-up may be a little thin, but there is most certainly a jewel in its crown.
The proposed acquisition of Imagine at the hands of Future has hit a stumbling block.
Xbox boss Phil Spencer has said that he believes in some instances consumer sites give games low review scores to try and generate traffic.
An angry mod has taken it upon themselves to completely close the No Man’s Sky page on Reddit.
Having previously hooked up with others for its print ambitions, Ubisoft has announced its own book publishing operations.
Ska Studios has in a defence of the delayed arrival of its game Salt and Sanctuary on PlayStation Vita lamented what it sees as the largely modern toxic games fanbase.
Remember that game show where folk would wage war using a version of the Total War engine? It’s coming back.
YouTube sensation PewDiePie has defended his association with Warner Bros’ Shadow of Mordor promotion, and attacked the press for embroiling him in the controversy.
The UK’s two largest video game magazine rivals are now one.
Consumer games site Destructoid has let its three UK writers go.
The UK’s only regular TV video games show, Videogame Nation, has been cancelled after its fourth series.
The MD of UK developer Hello Games has revealed that he has received death threats following the confirmation that No Man’s Sky has been delayed until August.
Change.org has been home to many a noble venture, but perhaps this is the most heroic of all.
Publisher Paradox Interactive has urged fans to stop lambasting IGN for what some feel is an unfair review of Stellaris.
Puzzler Media is to publish a monthly Candy Crush magazine.
Future has announced a pair of senior promotions within the GamesRadar global editorial team.
The Crown Prosecution Service has published a new set of guidelines designed to broaden the scope with which online bullies can be prosecuted.
The government has said it would consider taking action against the providers of adblockers in an attempt to protect the press.
Angry Birds owner Rovio has separated its book and comic publishing operations into a new affiliate company called Kaiken Publishing.
The original home of online games videos is closing down today.
Readers of the PlayStation Blog are used to posts highlighting new deals and quoting prices in pounds and euros. That, however, is now a thing of the past.
Depression Quest developer Zoe Quinn has sold the movie rights to her upcoming memoir Crash Override: How To Save The Internet From Itself.
Riot’s League of Legends World Championship draws to a close tomorrow and already it has drawn some huge viewer numbers online.