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In news that should surprise not a single living soul, Grand Theft Auto Online is struggling to cope with the colossal demand being put on it by eager gamers.
As well as taking retail by storm, Grand Theft Auto V has also dominated social networks.
“Was I surprised that people had a reaction to it? No. I mean, we knew it was going to be a controversial decision. Was I surprised how negative the reaction ...
Grand Theft Auto V will allegedly not be shipped by online retailers until September 16th – just one day before its release.
EA’s FIFA 14 has been crowned as the internet global buzz champion of Gamescom 2014.
Outspoken EA COO Peter Moore has moved to clarify statements he recently made about free-to-play and online games.
UK retail giant GAME wants 30 per cent of the online video games market.
London football club Tottenham Hotspur has launched a new children’s internet game called Tottenham Turfies.
Green Man Gaming has announced an ambitious trade-in partnership with parcel service CollectPlus.
In what is likely to become a recurring theme, GameStop has revealed a Grand Theft Auto V specific trade-in offer.
Online retailer Amazon has redefined the conditions under which it now offers Free Super Saver Delivery.
Xbox One owners will not need to be connected to the internet to get Forza 5 working upon its initial install.
A number of online retailers have signed a letter addressed to chancellor George Osborne calling for an end to the argument for an online sales tax.
Microsoft realises it can’t stop people being dicks. But it can protect everyone else from their insidious influence.
A problem with EA and Maxis title Darkspore has this weekend served a perfect illustrations of the perils faced by consumers with online-only titles.
Online retailer ShopTo has introduced a range of financing option which it hopes will entice gamers to take the next-gen plunge.
Microsoft last week announced a new-look redesigned Xbox 360 that we were told was available straight away.
Those hoping for a swift U-turn from Microsoft look set for disappointment.
"We have a product for people who aren't able to get some form of connectivity, it's called Xbox 360"
The public reaction to Xbox One’s online requirements is not realistic, Microsoft’s interactive entertainment business boss Don Mattrick has argued.
This is sure to go down as a notable moment in E3 history.