Microsoft's Xbox One received one of this year's most anticipated games last week, and now it sits at number one in the charts.
Microsoft's Xbox One is due some big games in the coming weeks, and Bungie's Destiny could be one to shake things up.
The newest results from the UK Xbox One chart shows that 4A Games' Metro remastering beats the competition, and Diablo 3 clings onto the top three.
The latest UK Xbox One charts show that Blizzard's new Ultimate Evil Edition of Diablo 3 is big enough to tackle Titanfall.
EA grant another free 48 hours of play on the PC version of Titanfall via the Game Time promotion.
The Microsoft Xbox One chart sees the return of Lara Croft, but Respawn’s Titanfall will not be moved.
Xbox's Deals with Gold discounts a load of games this week at up to 75% off normal price, such as Just Dance 4, EA Sports UFC, and MGSV: Ground Zeroes.
The Microsoft Xbox One chart this week places two heavy-hitting FPS titles at the top – Titanfall and Call of Duty: Ghosts.
The Microsoft Xbox One chart sees Titanfall and Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare stay put, with not much hope of any big movement for at least a month.
The week of July 28th’s Microsoft Xbox releases dishes out a couple of free games and some DLC for Battlefield 4 and Titanfall.
Wolves have struggled this season and currently sit in the bottom three ahead of Saturday's clash at Molineux in the Premier League.
The Rangers talent is currently on the fringers of Steven Gerrard's Ibrox squad.
Leeds United winger Helder Costa is yet to make a start in the Championship since moving to Elland Road.
Leeds United midfielder Jamie Shackleton has stepped into the starting line-up since an injury to Adam Forshaw.
Tottenham Hotspur boss Mauricio Pochettino had hinted that his side could be active in the January transfer window.
Aston Villa are still finding their feet in the top flight and the Sky Sports pundit thinks Dean Smith should make just a few small changes.
Premier League newcomers Sheffield United had a bid accepted for Queens Park Rangers defender Todd Kane when he was still at Chelsea.
Scottish Premiership champions Celtic tried and failed to sign Tottenham's Premier League outcast Victor Wanyama in the summer, Neil Lennon admitted.
Rangers star says he intends to keep on taking penalties,
Jack Ross admitted that the Black Cats couldn't afford to keep former Marseille defender Andonian in League One.