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Eight games are available to buy now on the Wii U’s Virtual Console store in the US.
Sony has finally begun manufacturing PS3 games in India, with the first lot of locally manufactured games set to hit stores by the end of the month.
Cult TV quiz IP Catch Phrase is back thanks to hugely popular iOS app Classic Catch Phrase.
Three of EA’s Facebook titles are facing the chop.
BioWare co-founder Greg Zeschuk has expressed his concerns about the future of the console market.
Blockbuster is on a charm offensive with the UK games industry.
The creative director of Just Cause 3 developer Avalanche has predicted fewer triple-A game releases in the future.
The fantasy world of DC’s Fables comics series will provide the basis for the next set of episodic games from Telltale.
The popularity of emerging business models and free-to-play has significantly reduced the scope for full-price triple-A success in the modern games market.
Nobody buys licenced kids and casual games anymore, right?
Microtransactions will NOT feature in every single EA release going forwards.
UK consumers are free to pre-order a handful of PS4 titles from The Hut, as long as they are willing to lay down £69.99 per game.
Consumer demand has led to EA’s decision to put microtransactions into ALL of its games, the publisher says.
Koch-owned publisher Deep Silver says that it intends to expand into the mobile games space.
Despite the allure of self-publishing, smartphone game developers are flocking to big firms to help their games find an audience.
Will the PS4 limit the functionality of pre-owned games?
Sony will offer perhaps its strongest ever PlayStation Plus line-up next month.
Sony has said that PS4 won’t block pre-owned games. But for some a lingering doubt remains.
We’re days away from learning more about how the next generation of consoles will take shape – and developers predict free-to-play games will be at the heart of it.
Third parties, as well as Sony itself, must take responsibility for elevating the PlayStation Vita out of its current rut.
Around 60 staff at HMV have just been told that they have lost their jobs.
Lawmakers and pundits across the nation are jumping on the anti-game violence bandwagon, and Disney's CEO plans to keep his company out of increasingly turbulent waters.
“It’s easy to blame men for not creating an attractive work environment – but I think that’s a cop-out. If we want more women to work in games, we have ...
FarmVille 2’s hefty stint as Facebook’s No.1 game has come to an end.