It is wilfully offensive, nihilistically violent and its view of women is best described as dismissive – but Grand Theft Auto V is now one of the five biggest selling video games of all time.
Three Android apps have been removed from the Google Play app store, after a security firm claimed they were harbouring adware.
10 million of those units shipped were for the PS4 and Xbox One versions of the game, and the Heists mode is still scheduled for early 2015.
Hironobu Sakaguchi has had a hand in many Final Fantasy and Square games over the years.
An Instagram update has brought infinitely looping video to its platform, following in the footsteps of competitor Vine.
Google banned more than 214,000 individuals and companies from its online ads network in 2014, as it continued to crack down on “bad actors” in the web advertising world.
Knights of the Old Republic, Dark Forces, Battlefront II, and The Force Unleashed II are just some of the games on offer.
To celebrate the game's milestone sales figure there is up to 75% off purchases of the game.
Transferring the long-running Battlefield series from military combat to law enforcement was always going to be a challenge for former Dead Space developer, Visceral Games. Set in Miami amid a major drugs war, Hardline does away with the aircraft, heavy weapons and infantry soldiers of previous titles in favour of a super-charged cops vs robbers narrative.
Four editions of NetherRealm's upcoming Mortal Kombat sequel have been announced.
Apple just bought emotion-detecting startup Emotient, taking a deeper plunge into artificial intelligence.
Google has fixed an “automated” error which saw its online translating tool convert “Russian Federation” into “Mordor”.
In the two years between October 2013 and September 2015, Candy Crush Saga players spent just under $2.5bn (£1.7bn) on the puzzle game. That’s a lot of power-ups, extra lives and (virtual) gold bars.