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FIFA 14 has emerged as the third-party champion in Gfk Chart-Track’s first PS4 Top Ten.
The cancellation of Ashes Cricket 2013 isn’t all bad news for video game cricket fans.
Publishers do not like second hand game sales.
HMV is reducing the amount of high-end technology it sells, the retailer has told MCV's sister site PCR.
BBC Worldwide has regenerated its video game plan… again.
Publisher EA has dismissed concerns over falling sales of this year’s biggest games.
Venture capitalists view investing in the digital games market as a “throw of the dice”, says former Sega boss Mike Hayes.
For £5,500 consumers can now buy an altogether different video gaming collectible from UK retail GAME.
November is a busy month for the Doctor, but the Time Lord will still be putting in an appearance in the video games market.
We all expected sales of Assassin’s Creed IV and Battlefield 4 to be down.
This is the GAME Christmas TV ad that UK folk are going to be seeing on their sets this year.
Call of Duty: Ghosts has been installed as the odds-on favourite to be this year’s UKIE GfK Chart-Track UK Christmas No.1.
The Tiger Woods brand could return to a video game near you sooner than you think.
A new two-day consumer games exhibition is set to launch in Scotland during October next year.
Next-gen consoles finally have a competitor to be fearful of – the PC.
Writer and comic (and former games journalist) Charlie Brooker is to host a new TV show about video games.
They are the brightest minds and rising stars in games, retail, publishing, events, marketing PR and journalism.
Worrying about broken street dates might seem like a very Old World problem to many.
The Video Games BAFTAs have undergone a significant change in announcing that next year’s events will welcome consumers into the mix.
Ad specialist Generation Media takes a look at historical TV marketing data to predict the level of screen advertising we might expect from video games during Q4...
Last month Grand Theft Auto V smashed Call of Duty’s record for the biggest video game launch ever. And now Activision wants that record back. At least one day.
Ubisoft wants its digital business to reach a 50 per cent share of its turnover within three to four years.
Phuong Nguyen, the head of eBay Advertising in the UK, looks at the firm’s data and discusses festive shopping trends and the opportunities that this presents for the video game ...
All it will take is one ‘killer’ game for open-source OS Linux for the platform to make a significant mark on gaming.