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Microsoft is doing away with the Family Pack subscription for Xbox Live Gold, and plans to convert any family accounts to individual ones from the end of the month.
The next Xbox 360 system update will dump Xbox Live’s MS Points system for local currency, Microsoft has announced.
EA’s second-screen experience for battlefield 4 won’t be available to players on Xbox 360 or PS3.
A second cricket game is on the way to consoles and PC later this year.
The Xbox 360 version of World of Tanks will be a free-to-play experience the console industry has never seen before, says developer Wargaming.
Microsoft has named the two games that will feature this month in Xbox 360’s Games With Gold offer.
Upcoming racer F1 2013 will not require users to input online passes, MCV can reveal.
It’s always hard to judge what sort of graphical step change a new generation of consoles will deliver.
Self-publishing games on Xbox 360 –and subsequently XBLA – will soon be a reality, at least according to one developer who claims to have heard the info directly from Microsoft.
EA has announced that those who buy into the current-gen FIFA 14 launch in September will not lose their Ultimate Team progress if they go next-gen.
Another Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles game has been announced by partners Activision and Nickelodeon.
Forget Xbox One and PS4, as EA pledges to keep investing in current generation FIFA.
Capcom Vancouver moved Dead Rising 3 from Xbox 360 to Xbox One, after it was determined the game had pushed Microsoft’s current hardware to the limit.
Microsoft has said that pre-orders for the Xbox One are “trending ahead” of those enjoyed by the Xbox 360 at the same stage in its pre-release cycle.
Rovio has confirmed Angry Birds Star Wars will debut on consoles this November.
He built arcade classic Marble Madness. He produced Sonic 2. He brought Crash and Spyro to market. Oh, and his PS4 design reignited passions for Sony. MCV meets Mark Cerny ...
State of Decay, the open-world zombie-fest will launch on PC later this year.
Monaco: What's Yours is Mine developer Andy Schatz has expressed his disappointment in the Xbox Live Arcade sales performance of his title.
Capcom is getting some seriously good mileage out of its 2009 hit, Street Fighter IV.
PlayStation dominated a decent month for UK games retail in June.
Microsoft has announced a major restructure of its business that sees Julie Larson-Green head up Xbox hardware and studios.
Microsoft is revamping its Xbox Live Rewards scheme to prepare for the conversion from Microsoft Points to real money.
Microsoft has promised that the elevated prices revealed by the new Xbox Live update are incorrect and will be adjusted when the marketplace drops points for real currency.