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Star Wars: Knight of the Old Republic II creator Obsidian is planning to pitch a brand new Star Wars RPG to Disney.
The biggest games magazines in North America and Europe are to launch in the UK, MCV can reveal.
Surprise chart hit Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch should be back on retail shelves later this week.
Nintendo has announced a surprise delay to Scribblenauts Unlimited just three days before its planned UK release.
Sony is to release two new colour variations of its PS3 console in the UK.
Microsoft has announced the release of 43 apps for Xbox 360 spread across various regions between now and spring 2013.
Hopes that Comet will emerge from its administration appear to be fading after the biggest store closure plan so far was revealed by Deloitte.
The iPad Mini. Well, that’s not a surprise, is it? But the new iPad 4? We admit – we had no idea that one was coming.
The New Xbox feels a lot closer this morning than it did last night.
The arrival of the new ‘Super Slim’ PS3 has boosted sales of the console in the UK.
UK gaming trade body UKIE has revealed the names of the six people – four of whom are developer – who have been appointed to its board.
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.