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4.2m Facebook users saw the news that Spurs winger Gareth Bale will be the cover star in this year’s FIFA 14.
“It’s all about the games”. That was the message from Microsoft prior to tonight’s E3 press conference and it’s hard to argue that the company didn’t deliver.
A new Xbox-centric news service has launched online by platform holder Microsoft.
‘But what did the console look like?’
There was plenty to learn at last night’s London Games Conference, and MCV is at hand to make sure you don’t miss a beat.
A new Metal Gear Solid set in an open-world? That’s more or less all we have to go on, but that’s enough.
Playing with Modern Warfare 2’s night vision goggles in the MCV basement was the best of times.
So that claim from OnLive that Steve Perlman was to remain as CEO then? Yeah, that was a lie.
It’s a three-day weekend, people. So now’s your last chance to catch up all that lovely news before you crack open the wine.
If you’ve ever been to a game launch event in the UK the chances are that you’ve visited GAME’s Oxford Street store in London.
WipEout may no longer be the powerhouse franchise it was back in ‘90s, but few avid gamers won’t have fond memories of the IP.
August 21st 2012 is unlikely to live long in most people’s memories. That’s unless you’re an Apple shareholder, of course.
It’s out with the OnLive and in with the GoneLive. Sort of.
We've got more news trickling out from this year's Gamescom.
Gamescom 2012 may well be winding down for the year, but there’s no let up in the frantic rollercoaster that is the global video games industry.
Things couldn’t really have gone any better for Sony at last night’s Gamescom 2012 press conference.
Considering yesterday’s news escapades, Capcom’s announcement of a brand new IP – Remember – with a great looking new female lead could hardly have been timed better.
The things that get said in this office could land people in a lot of hot water. That’s why we don’t say them to other journalists.
MCV has spent a lot of time this week lamenting the inability of big companies to tell it to us straight.
Booya for Ouya, bender on Slender and minger for Zynga.
The curtains have just drawn on Nintendo’s E3 press conference, with Shigeru Miyamoto and Reggie Fils-Aime both taking to the stage to detail the upcoming Wii U.
The Americans wanted truth. And Christopher Dring gave it to them.
Sony this morning treated its E3 audience to a number of new game announcements – and a little magic.