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Square Enix has announced a new Hitman game for mobiles.
Sony's promised PS4-Vita hardware bundle looks like it could finally be set for release.
2K Games has nailed down a release date for Xbox 360, PS3 and PC shooter Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel.
Tetris is coming to both PS4 and Xbox One some time this summer, thanks to new publisher Ubisoft.
Nintendo will release a new 2DS hardware SKU in Europe next month.
While all the announcements of this last week or so mean there's likely little surprise left for E3, Sony at least could be readying a cheeky announcement for its press ...
Lionhead has (more or less) confirmed a PC release for Fable Anniversary.
Sega has said that both versions of Sonic Boom will be released in the UK in November.
Rocksteady has said that Batman: Arkham Knight will not be released in late 2014 a previously stated.
The first ever 4.0GHz CPU from Intel is on the way.
Microsoft has confirmed the rumours that Forza Horizon 2 is in development.
Remedy has revealed that Xbox One exclusive Quantum Break will be released in 2015.
If you have a lot of money and really, really need the absolute best GPU available, today is your lucky day.
Valve has delayed the launch of its Steam Machines and controller until 2015.
Bethesda has delayed the release of Shinji Mikami's The Evil Within.
Warner Bros has confirmed that TT Games is working on LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham.
Japanese gamers will be able to get their hands on a new Xbox One console for just £232 later this year.
I mean, of course it’s being worked on, right? But if it’s being worked on, then where the hell is it? Etcetera etcetera.
Team 17’s Worms Battlegrounds will be released on Xbox One and PS4 later this month.
Sony is continuing its roll-out of the slimmed down Vita PCH-2000 with a launch Down Under next month.
The PlayStation Vita is no longer the only device that can stream PS4 games.
Microsoft has just announced Halo 5: Guardians for release on Xbox One in autumn 2015.
Bethesda has gone live with the launch video for next week’s release Wolfenstein: The New Order.
Available on June 9th, the £350 Kinect-less Xbox One is Microsoft’s biggest U-turn yet and represents a complete reversal of its controversial E3 strategy outline.
Shunning traditional publishing for the release of Transistor was simply a matter of logic, developer SuperGiant has argued.