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The web may be awash with talk of the Pottermore site right now, but games retail has plenty to look forward to from Harry Potter.
Codemasters’ shooter series Operation Flashpoint has sold 3.5m units globally.
Ahead of the release of Dragon Age II on March 11th, it has been announced that the BioWare RPG is to get a spin-off live-action web series.
I've been a gamer for effectively as long as I remember. My first memories stray back as far as the early '80s when my parents purchased an Atari 2600. I ...
The Angry Birds will soon be flying onto screens in a new animated form.
Over 10m units of games in the MX vs ATV series have now been shipped worldwide, publisher THQ has confirmed.
It’s out on multiple formats, it’s got a record marketing spend behind it and it’s a fundamentally great game – those are the reasons why Activision thinks Call of Duty: ...
Having been on shelves for less than a week, Square Enix’s latest RPG epic Final Fantasy XIII has already passed the 1m sales barrier in the US.
Xbox Live will be a fully integrated part of the next generation of Microsoft’s smartphone Windows OS, the platform holder has today revealed.
Lifetime sales of Sony’s racing simulator series Gran Turismo have hit 55m, developer Polyphony Digital has revealed.
Few series have deviated as little from their original formula as Pokemon, but it seems that the time has now come for a fresh approach to the globally huge IP.
In an exclusive interview with MCV, EA Europe’s senior VP Jens Uwe Intat has stated that after a troubled few years the Need for Speed IP is back on track.
Konami has described its upcoming title Silent Hill: Shattered Memories as a landmark entry in the survival horror series.
While we still don’t know exactly how many copies of both The Lost and Damned and The Ballad of Gay Tony have been downloaded by Xbox 360 owners, the secrecy ...
Developer Ubisoft has reportedly confirmed that its Splinter Cell series has once again become an Xbox-only franchise, silencing rumours of a possible multiplatform future for Sam Fisher.
Popular racing series Need for Speed has now sold over 100m copies worldwide, publisher EA has revealed, elevating it into an elite group of super-franchises.
In a move designed to expand both the DSi’s multimedia credentials and its mass-market appeal, Nintendo has entered into a deal with renowned UK animators Aardman.
Having made its name on PS2 and gone on to enjoy success on both Xbox 360 and PS3, Capcom’s Devil May Cry series has now shipped 10m units worldwide.