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It’s a Call of Duty game. Made by Treyarch. And that, as well know by now, means zombies.
UK games magazine PSM3 has claimed that Spark Unlimited has been handed the task of resurrecting the Onimusha franchise.
The PS3 Super Slim can be yours for just £125 next Friday.
Sony has opened the Tokyo Game Show by unveiling the long-awaited PS3 Super Slim.
UK distributor Sony DADC has finally opened its new distribution centre.
The perception that EA does little more than pump out mass-market sequels is unjust, owned studio DICE has argued.
A brand new accessible Classic Mode is the headline feature of the freshly announced Football manager 2013.
Lara Croft is a permanent fixture at the MCV offices.
Capcom had to fend off ‘high profile publishers’ to sign Remember Me, the firm told MCV.
NASA’s Curiosity Rover may be 34.8m miles away from Earth, but that’s not stopping it causing a very terrestrial kerfuffle.
Yes, it’s another set of brand new screen shots for Grand Theft Auto V.
Existing OnLive investor Lauder Partners has been revealed as the new owner of the cloud gaming company.
The thing is, it’s not really Microsoft’s fault. It’s ours.
Microsoft will open a new games studio in London, MCV can reveal.
Borderlands 2 developer Randy Pitchford wants to see more new IP released – despite the age of the current consoles.
Apple’s iPhone 5 is gearing up for a release in September, according to new reports.
Sony has said that three new versions of the PS3 should be in stores right now.
Images of the rumoured PS3 4000 – or PS3 Super Slim – have appeared online.
Developers that have often grumbled about having games rejected from Steam may be appeased by a new community voting element that lets gamers decide what gets sold on the site.
A filing with the Federal Communications Commission suggests that Sony might be preparing to reveal a brand new PlayStation 3 design – perhaps at Gamescom.
It seems as if time may have been called on the Resistance series.
OnLive has claimed that it has “millions of subscribers worldwide”, but has once again decided not to reveal the number of gamers paying to use its service.
Nintendo will tomorrow announce a large-screen version of the 3DS, Japanese news outlet Nikkei.
Sony will use some of its stage time at E3 convincing consumers to sign up to a reinvigorated PlayStation Plus subscription service, a report claims.