Is coming out on PS4, Xbox One and PC at some point in the future
Will be compatible with previous Portals of Power
Good for the consumer or dangerous for small developers?
Witcher sits in third place as newcomer Hatsune Miku takes second
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Skill-based slot machines with video game-style play have been approved for Las Vegas casinos, under legislation signed last month by Nevada governor Brian Sandoval.
Recent Xbox One and PS4 release Final Fantasy Type-0 HD is heading to Windows PC via Steam.
Dragon Quest Heroes will launch in Europe and North America on PlayStation 4 this October, Square Enix has revealed.
A new system that integrates video and real-life play has been unveiled by Disney.
What AMD believes will be the next era of PC graphics cards will be unveiled on June 16th.
The CEO of Quantum Break developer Remedy Entertainment has left after 15 years with the company.
Nintendo’s inky shooter has topped the software charts in Japan, helping Wii U become the best-selling console in the country.
In news that will shock no-one, Fallout 4 has at last been named.
Vehicles are to be the key differentiator in this year’s new entry in the Skylanders series, dubbed Skylanders SuperChargers.
Konami’s iconic stealth series returns in September with Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain. MCV checks out the new merchandise hitting retail ahead of the anticipated title
To take a studio from obscurity to prominence once is impressive. To do it three times is extraordinary.
Some of the automated algorithms that have until recently been used to populate the Apple App Store have been replaced with a curated system.
Counterfeit versions of some of Nintendo’s Amiibo figures have been found on sale in Brazil.
The Next Gen Skills academy has unveiled its first course for aspiring developers.
Steam’s new refund policy appears to be a step in the right direction for consumers, but has it also opened the door for rough treatment of smaller developers?
Former Spike Video Game Awards host Geoff Keighley will be the face of YouTube’s extensive live coverage of E3 later this month.
Blizzard will give its free-to-play card battler Hearthstone a big push with a TV ad that will air during the NBA and NHL finals in the US.
A new attraction in London will allow children to create their own animated Pokémon movies.
Gamefly has announced the launch of its new streaming service, which is backed by its recent acquisition of Israel-based cloud gaming platform Playcast.
DC Comics-themed MOBA Infinite Crisis will shut down just two months following official launch, publisher Warner Bros Interactive Entertainment has announced.
Valve has announced Steam will begin offering refunds for nearly any purchase made on the digital distribution service.
Bandai Namco will later this month announce that developer From Software is working on Dark Souls 3.
Over two years of speculation looks as if it will come to a head tomorrow with the teased confirmation of Fallout 4.
Japanese telecoms firm Softbank has upped its stake in Clash of Clans developer Supercell by 22.7 per cent to 73.2 per cent.
Games retail superpower GameStop has broadened its reach with the acquisition of Geeknet.