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Las Vegas will this year play host to GameStop’s annual consumer expo in the US.
E3 2015 ‘must deliver games’ as the event’s pre-show press conferences are finalised.
Nintendo’s lowest-tier Wii U offering is to be halted in Japan.
Retro gaming appears to be back on the table at GAME.
The upcoming release of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt has brought with it another cut-price deal, this time for PS4.
As Sony celebrates hitting 2m PS4s sold in the UK, MCV meets UK MD Fergal Gara to discuss price wars, the next generation of PS4 owners and what has happened ...
The biggest names in UK retail want to stock more independently-created video games.
UPDATE: Bethesda has confirmed that no CD key will be required for the console version of the game.
Video streaming platform Twitch has warned users who may have obtained an early copy of The Witcher 3 not to stream the game online.
Bandai Namco’s long-anticipated crowdfunded driving game has zoomed to number one in the UK charts.
Auction site eBay is removing listings for PS4s that have Konami’s now-gone horror demo PT installed on their hard drive.
GameStop’s American pilot scheme to start selling retro hardware, games and accessories could come to the UK.
The developer of The Witcher 3 and online retailer Green Man Gaming have had a public falling out over the upcoming RPG.
A comprehensive version of Ubisoft’s open-world shooter Far Cry 4 is headed to PS4 and PC.
Some of the harder to find Amiibo figures may soon be resupplied to shops following a promise from Nintendo to fix the stock situation that has been troubling fans.
A premium SKU has been revealed for the next instalment in the Halo franchise.
The European Court of Justice has backed government calls to exclude workers at stores with fewer than 20 employees from the right to redundancy consultation.
As of today the price of free delivery on Amazon products has been increased.
Customers of Origin in Australia could soon have similar refund rights as those in the EU.
UPDATE: Argos is offering the same £289.99 deal as GAME.
The three biggest games of the year will all come out within weeks of one another.
US retailer GameStop has unveiled a program to help some of its employees obtain academic qualifications.
The nation’s largest retailer Tesco has reported one of the largest annual losses in UK corporate history.
Another one of this year’s big PC games releases will not be available physically, it has emerged.
Nintendo of America has revealed a Wii U hardware bundle for upcoming shooter Splatoon.