Entries in 'support' (74)
Support for Microsoft’s Kinect has not been confirmed for Metal Gear Solid: Rising, a producer working on the game has confirmed.
LittleBigPlanet 2 will offer limited support for the PlayStation Move controller at launch with fuller, expanded support planned for later down the line.
If publishers commit to long-term marketing of their titles they can most definitely succeed on the Wii, Nintendo’s American boss Reggie Fils-Aime has stated.
With the cat – or in this instance, coloured ball – finally out of the bag about Sony’s Move motion controller for PS3, the platform holder has announced that it ...
EA has announced that Tiger Woods PGA Tour 11 will offer support for Sony’s as-of-yet undated PS3 Motion Controller.
Future instalments in the popular Crackdown series could include support for Microsoft’s Natal motion-sensing camera, developer Ruffian has admitted.
Publisher Square Enix has voiced its support for Sony’s PSP and vowed to continue to release many of its major IP both on physical UMD and through Sony’s growing digital ...
In scenes grimly reminiscent of a doctor turning of a long-forgotten patient’s life support, Microsoft has confirmed that Xbox Live services for the now nine-year-old original Xbox console will be ...
Leading global publisher Activision Blizzard has vowed to press ahead with its plans for the DJ Hero brand, having confirmed its intention to publish a sequel to the firm’s latest ...
Despite huge success for its 2009 digital strategy LucasArts says retail releases are still a key part of its business.
One of the most exciting developers in the market – and more importantly one of the leading lights on Sony’s PS3 arm of PSN – has vowed to never release ...
The Big Three platform holders – Microsoft, Sony and Nintendo – will not support OnLive with their software, according to Gaikai founder David Perry.
The boss of the world’s biggest games publisher has issued a remarkable warning to Sony – cut the price of PS3 or Activision could the plug on its PlayStation development.
Microsoft’s XP operating system and Office 2003 software suite have ended their phase of mainstream technical support, meaning that future users of the software will have to pay for it.
The Association of Family Gamers has revealed a brand new website aiming to information and support about safe gaming that families can enjoy together.