Entries in 'problems' (41)
After what has been a wretched start to life this week, SimCity has finally arrived in the UK – and everything’s fine!
The team at SimCity developer Maxis has pledged that they won’t rest until the game is working correctly.
Many PC gamer’s worst fears have come to fruition with news that EA’s Origin servers have crippled the US launch of SimCity.
Standalone DayZ rival The War Z has finally been released on Steam – and has instantly been slated for a host of technical compromises.
“What your article says is right. We were not prepared for the numbers that hit our app.
"I can be as proud as I like about how hard people have ...
Developer 22Cans and Peter Molyneux have apologised for the technical troubles that have so far plagued the launch of debut title Curiosity: What’s Inside The Cube?.
Xbox Live has been down most of this morning. And gamers are not at all happy.
As sure as night follows day, reports of problems have followed the release of a new patch for Mass Effect 3.
EA has revealed that Xbox 360 users who utilise Microsoft’s Xbox Live Cloud save system may face issues importing their Mass Effect 2 save data into Mass Effect 3.
An issue that was preventing some PlayStation Network users from downloading content they have previously paid for has now been resolved.
Rumours that this week’s big releases will not be available in GAME are untrue, MCV can confirm.
Platform holder Sony has apologised and released a guide to help PlayStation Vita owners fix an early system freeze problem.
Technicians are working night and day to get the Call of Duty Elite network up and running for everyone, Activision has claimed.
Hundreds of thousands of gamers are playing Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 RIGHT NOW, but the game’s launch has not been completely without hiccups.
EA-owned developer DICE has said that it has almost quashed the technical gremlins that have slightly soured the game’s launch over the last week.
Two weeks after the launch of its brand new website, retailer GAME has apologised for the disruption that the troubled period has caused for its customers.
The GAME Group has apologised for the technical issues that have marred the re-launch of the GAME and Gamestation websites.
We're all happy to complain about developers being cagey and withholding information but when they do commit the cardinal sin of speaking frankly we run headlines like this.
Microsoft has warned Call of Duty fans to ensure that they download the correct version of new Call of Duty: Black Ops DLC First Strike.
PS3 owners still experiencing problems with the online component of Call of Duty: Black Ops have been told to hold tight as Treyarch looks to release another patch that it ...
Some PS3 owners are reportedly still experiencing problems with the online component of Call of Duty: Black Ops despite the release of a patch that was supposed to address the ...
Sony has confirmed that the PS3 version of Shaun White Skateboarding will miss its scheduled release date this week due to a manufacturing problem.