Microsoft has issued a formal policy of the use of its games in video content.
A game set between Baldur's Gate 1 and 2 is in the works from enhanced edition developer Beamdog.
Zombie Studios has shut its doors after 20 years in the industry.
EA is finally facing a lawsuit from former NFL players that was first kicked off five years ago.
Sony has announced it has sold 18.5 million Playstation 4s, bolstered by a strong Christmas period.
Steam has added a framerate counter to its beta client to the delight of PC optimisers everywhere.
Hackers have purportedly leaked the SDK and documentation for the Xbox One.
STALKER developer GSC Gameworld is opening up again, nearly four years after it was closed down in 2011.
Star Citizen's creator Chris Roberts has officially congratulated Elite: Dangerous on its successful launch.
Minecraft is getting the Telltale Games treatment in Minecraft: Story Mode.
The latest patch for Assassin's Creed Unity downloads the entire game instead of just the patch.
Humble Bundles have raised $50m for charity since their first deal back in 2010.
Hatred has been pulled from Greenlight by Valve as the company decides it would not be something they want to see on Steam.
Classic space sim Freesapce is making the jump to tabletops with a game designed by Chris Taylor.
Sega is working to bring several of its classic arcade franchises to film and tv proejcts.
Mojang's digital CCG Scrolls is leaving beta and being released on PC, Mac and Android tablets.
DayZ creator Dean Hall is setting up his own studio, leaving Bohemia and stepping down as DayZ lead.
Nintendo's new line of NFC-enabled statues is already having part of its range cut with less popular characters excluded from a second run.
The next God of War game has been announced through a comment made during a panel at Playstation Experience.
Rovio is cutting staff and shutting one of its offices.
Kmart is pulling Grand Theft Auto 5 from its shelves in Australia following customer backlash.
Steam has launched a broadcast mode that will allow friends to spectate each others games.
A hacker group has claimed responsibility for taking Xbox Live out of action.
July 1 2020 | 17:34
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