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At long last Japanese players are finally able to download Pokemon Go. Whether they can play it is another question entirely, however.
Did you have trouble trying to get Pokemon Go to work over the blistering hot UK weekend? You weren’t alone.
The online component of Tomonobu Itagaki’s Devil’s Third for Wii U will be shut down in December.
Konami has said that it will be killing off the online element of PES 2015 this autumn.
Sony’s PlayStation Network is struggling across all platforms – likely as a result of the Black Friday rush.
Elements of Evolution’s PS4 racer Driveclub have had to twice be completely rewritten in the run-up to today’s expected launch of the free PS Plus Edition.
Players of 2K14 are now once again able to access their single-player careers.
Yet another stark warning about the risks posed about the increasingly online-dependent console gaming world has arrived courtesy of NBA 2K14.
Sony has said that the UK servers for baseball title MLB 14 will go offline in June.
The Xbox 360 and PS2 versions of Final Fantasy XI will be brought to a close by March 2016, Square Enix has confirmed.
It’s not been a smooth ride for Sony Online Entertainment’s online zombie title H1Z1.
EA shooter Battlefield: Hardline is going to work at launch – that’s the promise of Visceral Games’ creative director Ian Milham.
Bungie’s Destiny was among the big-name games forced offline over the weekend, with a group of online pranksters claiming responsibility.
Ascend: Hand of Kul will have its Xbox 360 servers switched off in November, Microsoft has said.
The problems that have beset Battlefield 4 since launch will not be repeated when Battlefield Hardline arrives.
Ridge Racer’s foray into the world of free-to-play is coming to an end in the summer.
The monetization rules that govern Minecraft servers have led to a public spat between the game’s creator and his community.
Mojang's private-server service Minecraft Realms is now available in North America, the studio announced earlier today.
Battlefield 4 developer DICE has admitted that it’s still not satisfied with the online performance of its multiplayer shooter.
Titanfall is indisputably great, but the game ultimately will live or die by its online functionality.
PS3 owners will soon find the online features of some key titles are no longer available.
It has not been a good weekend for Battlefield 4 fans.
In news that should surprise not a single living soul, Grand Theft Auto Online is struggling to cope with the colossal demand being put on it by eager gamers.
It seems that the reincarnation of Final Fantasy XIV has proved a big success – although it has come at a cost.