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99 per cent of statistics are meaningless, obviously, but the results of an interesting consumer poll paint a grim picture for Microsoft’s new console.
A new social media campaign is looking to raise awareness of the 3DS.
Microsoft creative director Adam Orth, made infamous for his recent outburst on Twitter regarding always-connected consoles, has left the company.
MP George Galloway has filed an early day motion that calls for a ban on Twitter within the UK until the site opts to cooperate with local authorities.
The bedrock of any video game or console launch is its marketing.
The world has united in memory of nearly two decades of PlayStation ahead of the reveal of the PS4 in New York tonight.
The first project of Bungie’s post-Halo identity looks set for a reveal as early as this Sunday (February 17th).
The woman behind HMV’s famed Twitter outburst last week has refused to apologise for her actions.
Nintendo today announced it will add verified accounts to its online Miiverse service to help single out brands, Nintendo VIPs and celebrities.
No-one likes a cheat, of course, but sometimes things should maybe be put in a little more perspective.
Hundreds of women game designers have spoken out on Twitter about rampant sexism in the game industry as the reason why there are so few female developers in the sector.
The publisher of Serious Sam 3 has urged fans to openly criticise Medal of Honor in return for free copy of the game.
Microsoft has removed the dedicated Facebook and Twitter apps from the Xbox 360 marketplace.
Obviously last night was a great evening for everyone in the building at the Games Media Awards 2012. But it was an exciting time on the internet, too.
This should be read with a very notable disclaimer – ex-employees are often not the best barometer of their former employer’s strategy.
Nintendo has this morning confirmed a December 8th launch for the Wii U in Japan.
You could win an Apple TV worth £99.
TRENDING NOW: That’s the thing with modern media – the time lapse between ‘making a silly comment’ and ‘paying the price for a silly comment’ is so very, very small.
The popular Peter Molyneux spoof Twitter account @petermolydeux has been named as one of the reasons for the developer’s departure from Microsoft.
Twitter, Facebook and other online networks are a part of our daily lives, but is the games industry taking full advantage of these direct connections to fans?
A Twitter advertising campaign organized by Nike has become the first to be banned in the UK.
A new iOS app based on Kinect Star Wars has hit the App Store courtesy of Microsoft.