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A saving grace of the declining market and associated Wii slow-down has been the resurgence around music games. Activision may have sworn off its take on the category (over-priced DLC ...
Michael Gove MP has encouraged educators to experiment with using video games to help teach maths and science.
Customers flocked to gaming stores to purchase tennis titles last week as Wimbledon got underway.
Call of Duty and Assassin's Creed may have proved that the annual release model can be a success outside of the sports genre, but analyst Michael Pachter has warned others ...
Retail is in a pretty miserable state at the moment.
Putting aside the ‘challenging’ market for games, and looking at the broader High Street landscape is heart-wrenching.
Games products have made their way onto Argos’ brand new TV channel.
The American video games industry has today emerged victorious in its six-year battle with Californian authorities.
UK games retail is bracing itself for one of its toughest summers in recent years.
Internet and corporate giant Google looks to be very much on track for its long-rumoured assault on the games market.
The lucrative dancing game genre shows no signs of slowing down.
Apple's App Store pricing has single handedly rocked the foundations of the traditional games market, but Take-Two CEO Strauss Zelnick says full-price $40 software could yet prevail on the platform.
In a rare bit of positive news coverage for the sector, a piece penned by BBC News Washington DC correspondent Tom Geoghegan has named games as one of the key ...
It was Fathers' Day yesterday. It's the one day of the year when dads across the world are in theory given licence to ignore their endless list of chores for ...
505 Games' Zumba Fitness has seen off the competition this week to claim its fourth UKIE Gfk Chart-Track All Formats No.1 of the year thanks to a 43 per cent ...
When will it all end? Hacker group LulzSec launched its most ferocious assault to date last night, taking down three video games services in the process.
Xbox 360 has posted its 17th successive month of year-on-year unit sales growth in the US.
The UK games market suffered another monthly drop in sales last month, despite impressive sales of Rockstar’s LA Noire.
Two further games companies have become embroiled in the hacking epidemic.
The International Software Federation of Europe has vowed to solve the digital market research crisis – by sourcing data from gamers.
2010 was a terrible year for new IP. Not in terms of quality – the likes of Bayonetta, Dance Central, Heavy Rain, Vanquish and Enslaved were amongst last year’s most ...
It’s easy to put LA Noire’s success down to the name of its publisher.
PEGI says it must go ahead with controversial plans to end dual classifications on European game boxes.
HMV is back from the brink after months of turmoil, CEO Simon Fox has told MCV.
Ian Shepherd, the CEO of leading UK games retailer GAME, has said that the attitude of publishers toward pre-owned has changed.