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It’s been a good for the first three quarters of Capcom’s financial year despite what the company itself describes as the “failure” of Resident Evil 6.
Activision Blizzard will not be split from Universal Music, owner Vivendi has strongly asserted.
Paid-for Xbox Live games and content are enjoying “good growth” in the UK year-on-year, says Microsoft.
HMV says its market share on new games has more than doubled.
The new boss of Argos says he has been given a clean sheet from Home Retail Chairman Oliver Stocken to embark upon a brand new strategy for the catalogue retailer.
Activision’s Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 may have shattered records left, right and centre, but it fell far short of its predecessor in the UK.
A few days short of four years – that's how long it has been since the industry last saw a fully-fledged, stand alone hardware launch.
Dundee developer Cohort Studios is busy building one of the first PlayStation Move titles to be released – and the group has already heaped praise on Sony’s motion control device.
Britain’s MPs have been criticised for the poor turnout for yesterday’s discussion about the controversial Digital Economy Bill.
We’re still waiting to discover what games will accompany the launch of Microsoft’s motion sensing Natal camera this Q4 – but the plat form holder has now pledged to reveal ...
Nintendo is convinced that Wii Fit Plus and New Super Mario Bros. Wii make up its best Christmas Wii line-up yet, and expects both titles to dominate the Top 40 ...
Graphics chip giant Nvidia has won a highly lucrative contract that will see it provide technology for the next Nintendo handheld, inside sources claim.
Sony’s PSPgo has arrived at UK retail, and with it so too arrives the platform holder’s answer to the Apple App Store – PSP Minis. Those who buy the console ...
Though the signs are that the world is slowly pulling out of recession, punters are seemingly still proving reluctant to shell out the high cost demanded of modern rhythm action ...
Console gaming makes a big step toward the digital distribution age with the arrival of Microsoft’s Xbox 360 Games On Demand service next week – though the launch line-up confirms ...
Publisher Ubisoft has announced that light-hearted brawler Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle: Smash Up will be released for the Nintendo Wii on September 25th in the UK and Europe.
With Microsoft having thrown such a great show yesterday, the pressure was on Sony to do the same tonight – a challenge it certainly rose to.