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Having been released on the Apple App Store yesterday, Sega has now pulled Rhythm Thief & The Paris Caper from sale.
The Windows 8.1 update designed for Microsoft’s RT tablet PCs has been pulled from the Windows Store.
A technical problem is preventing many owners of PES 2014 from being able to play the online multiplayer.
Those still suffering from the Grand Theft Auto V installation issue on PSN have been given some possible ‘fixes’ by Sony.
Kinect being at the heart of Xbox One will lead to its eventual acceptance among even its most ardent critics, Microsoft believes.
EA will be grilled by Anne Robinson and co tonight over FIFA 12’s long-running user disconnect issue.
An error that caused gamers to lose their Xbox Live achievements and Gamerscores has now been fixed, Microsoft says.
Platform holder Sony has apologised and released a guide to help PlayStation Vita owners fix an early system freeze problem.
Those looking forward to the next iteration of Apple's world-conquering smartphone might have to wait a little longer.
Sony has outlined details of a PSN problem that it temporarily stopping PlayStation Plus subscribers from accessing some of the free content on offer.
When will it all end? Hacker group LulzSec launched its most ferocious assault to date last night, taking down three video games services in the process.
Users who are still waiting for a PSN confirmation email from Sony have been told that they must request a new one.
The recent 3.41 firmware update for the PS3 is not behind some reported problems some owners are claiming to have when trying to upgrade the hard drive in their consoles, ...
Amidst the excitement and hype that greeted the launch of the iPhone 4 in a number of key global territories yesterday, a major concern was raised about a potential design ...
The conspiracy theorists are out in force this morning after what began as a global issue with Sony’s PSN network has now escalated to what many people are calling an ...
A new study has claimed that a remarkable 41 per cent of all software installations on PC last year were based on illegally pirated copies – a figure which amounts ...