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It’s out with the OnLive and in with the GoneLive. Sort of.
We've got more news trickling out from this year's Gamescom.
Gamescom 2012 may well be winding down for the year, but there’s no let up in the frantic rollercoaster that is the global video games industry.
Things couldn’t really have gone any better for Sony at last night’s Gamescom 2012 press conference.
The current-gen might be approaching the final straight, but Sony is ready for a sprint finish.
Considering yesterday’s news escapades, Capcom’s announcement of a brand new IP – Remember – with a great looking new female lead could hardly have been timed better.
The things that get said in this office could land people in a lot of hot water. That’s why we don’t say them to other journalists.
MCV has spent a lot of time this week lamenting the inability of big companies to tell it to us straight.
Booya for Ouya, bender on Slender and minger for Zynga.
The first reviews of Spec Ops: The Line have gone live, and critics are clearly impressed with the new approach 2K Games has adopted toward the shooting genre.
The curtains have just drawn on Nintendo’s E3 press conference, with Shigeru Miyamoto and Reggie Fils-Aime both taking to the stage to detail the upcoming Wii U.
Sony this morning treated its E3 audience to a number of new game announcements – and a little magic.
Microsoft’s E3 presentation has just come to a close, marking an official start to the biggest week in the annual games calendar.
Rockstar’s Max Payne 3 hits the UK High Street tomorrow – and retail has pegged it as a significant release fit for the discount treatment.
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.
The US release Mass Effect 3 in the US overnight has been met with universal and gushing praise from video game critics.
Ubisoft’s colourful platformer Rayman Origins has emerged as the critics’ favourite of the PlayStation Vita launch range.
We won’t discover all the High Street Vita deals until tomorrow, but that doesn’t mean you can’t splash your cash right now and have the machine waiting for you on ...
The wait is nearly over. The clock is ticking on the first gaming hardware launch of the year – the PlayStation Vita.
In the first of our regular roundups, we look at the week’s big news in Australia and New Zealand courtesy of sister-site MCV Pacific.
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.