Entries in 'review' (93)
The PS4 and Xbox One launch line-up has been overshadowed by games for Wii U, Vita and 3DS.
Cowen & Company analyst Doug Creutz has said that the comparatively lukewarm critical reception to Call of Duty: Ghosts is unlikely to dent the game’s sales.
Esteemed Japanese weekly games magazine Famitsu has awarded Rockstar’s Grand Theft Auto V an esteemed 40/40 review rating.
This is why the world thinks video games are all made for silly little boys.
Problems with Ouya units sent out to early backers will be eased come the official launch in June, the company has insisted.
2K Games’ BioShock Infinite, which goes sale worldwide tonight, is receiving a blistering reception from critics.
The piece may be tagged 'humor', but Kotaku's “BioShock Infinite: The IGN Review: The Kotaku Review” has a serious point at heart.
With just days to go before its November 20th release, Square Enix has released its final launch trailer for Hitman: Absolution.
Having recovered from their Dishonored love-in early this morning, critics are currently heaping praise on another of today’s releases – 2K Games’ XCOM: Enemy Unknown.
Bethesda’s Dishonored has staked its claim as a possible 2012 Game of the Year.
Capcom’s Resident Evil 6 has been awarded a near-perfect 39/40 from weekly Japanese games bible Famitsu.
FIFA 12 was one of the best video games ever made. And improving on it must have been a nightmare.
Whatever you think of its current position in the market, PES is a series that carries a certain emotional resonance with many players.
Did Gamescom miss Nintendo and Microsoft?
Publisher Rockstar has lifted the review embargo on Max Payne 3, which hits the US today and arrives in the UK this Friday.
The first UK reviews for Namco Bandai’s The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings have gone live, and critics are delighted with what the former PC-only title has to offer.
Ahead of its UK release on March 23rd, Kid Icarus: Uprising has received high praise from Japan’s weekly games mag Famitsu.
September marked the battle of the consumer events, with Eurogamer facing off against GAME.
There’s no hiding from the fact that 2011 has been a year to forget for retailers.
The government has admitted the way schools teach computing is flawed – now the UKIE-backed Next Gen Skills campaign wants games firms to help change the National Curriculum.
The market is in a curious, contradictory state. Going by Chart-Track numbers, the UK boxed market has just had its highest-grossing weekend ever, but not by selling the most games. More ...
Tomorrow sees the release of Microsoft’s Xbox 360 exclusive Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary.
Ahead of its release on November 18th, the review embargo on Nintendo’s Wii title The Legends of Zelda: Skyward Sword has lifted.
MCV has lost count of the number of review roundups in the last few weeks that have reported astronomical scores for a new release. And here we are again.
After what has felt like a long, long wait Activision’s Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 is finally here, and the games press is unanimous for its praise.