The Microsoft Xbox One charts are moving at a snail’s pace again this week, due to summer heat waves, school holidays and little to no new game releases.
San Diego Comic Con played host to a behind closed doors peak at the first footage from 2016’s Batman v Superman movie.
It's sunny and beautiful outside, but you can't spend the whole weekend lolling about in the garden wondering if you should light up the barbecue, thereby angering the rain gods into immediate action.
Back in Pokémon's heyday, Nintendo released a plethora of tie-in games that were – on the whole – excellent. Pokémon Trading Card Game was one such title.
There’s a sizeable influx of new games for PS4 in August, amongst them them Diablo III and the first DLC for the platform defining InFamous: Second Son.
An update from the Destiny developers, Bungie, has alluded to Moon exploration.
Killzone Shadow Fall now has two free new additions to online multiplayer. The Stormgracht and The Terminal
A listing for Gamescom included ThatGameCompany’s PS3 masterpiece as playable on PS4
Google has reportedly closed a $1bn deal to acquire gaming video streaming site Twitch.
After so many years of economic gloom, it’s nice to have some good news. On Thursday, such tidings came in the form of a surge in the valuation of Facebook, which climbed to more than $192bn in the wake of good first-quarter earnings.
Angry Birds publisher Rovio’s revenues fell by 9% in 2014, but the key factor was declining sales of licensed merchandise and toys rather than falling income from its games.
“The other day, I got an alert saying our Wheels on the Bus compilation was 63rd on YouTube’s all-time chart. I had a look, and number 64 was the theme tune from Frozen.”
It’s almost impossible to imagine a world before Twitter, a world pre-2006. A world in which MySpace was still a thing, and in which the selfie was in preschool. But exist it did.