After recreating England and West Ham United Legend Bobby Moore for the world's most popular football video game, now his name is up in lights once again.
Social games company Zynga has a new boss, but he looks strikingly similar to the old boss. That’s because he is the old boss: the company’s founder Mark Pincus.
Classic Anime series to be released on BluRay for the first time.
New multi-franchise, interactive Lego game to be released in September.
Cassie Cage's selfie fatality might not be the most brutal in the game, but it certainly takes advantage of the pop culture selfie craze in a new way.
Season Pass discounts are on offer over on the Xbox Game Store too, for the likes of Shadow of Mordor, Watch Dogs, and Alien Isolation.
Eidos-Montreal games chief promises choice and consequence for gamers as RPG shooter Deus Ex: Mankind is officially announced for Sony PlayStation 4.
It’s the third round of the Call of Duty World Championships final between Denial eSports and Team revenge. The series is tied 1-1, and this match is close.
The last novel by the late Sir Terry Pratchett will be released in September.
The Hearts of Stone and Blood and Wine expansions will add in new items, areas, and missions to the game on PS4, Xbox One, and PC.
Star Wars fans around the world are daring to hope that new film The Force Awakens will be as good as its promo clip makes it look – or at least better than The Phantom Menace. Early ticket sales suggest optimism on that point.
2015 has been a transformative year for open-world games, with standout releases like The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt and Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain revolutionising individual tenets of the genre, from narrative depth to mechanical breadth.
With 40 million fans, YouTube star Felix “PewDiePie” Kjellberg could have his pick of broadcasters if he decided to move into television. But the man whose channel has more than 10bn video views plans to stick with his online community.