2013 BAFTA award winning Gone Home has finally come to the consoles.
2K and WWE sign new multi-year agreement for the studio to develop further titles based on the professional wrestling organisation.
After 17 years with the studio, Rockstar North president Leslie Benzies has exited the studio following a sabbatical he took over a year ago.
Lead actor from Grand Theft Auto V teases possible story DLC for a third time.
Two major retailers in the US has listed the third instalment in the Mafia series as being released in April 2016.
72% of respondents to a recent survey have revealed they plan to grow their workforce in their video game business throughout the new year.
In a bid to create “the ESPN of esports”, Activision Blizzard have today announced the purchase of the world-leader in the industry.
The official Ultimate Fighting Championship title will hit stores worldwide in March 2016 for PS4 and Xbox One.
Following the highly controversial Xbox exclusivity, Square Enix announce a release date for a PC edition.
Just Cause? More like Just Alright.
Originally scheduled for release in March 2016, Naughty Dog have revealed the title has been pushed back by one month.
Following Hideo Kojima’s much debated departure from Konami, the highly respected game designer forms new studio and partners with Sony.
After originally being cancelled, The Fullbright Company announce the revival of the BAFTA award-winning Gone Home.
Her Story, Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture, and Sunless Sea writers all score WGGB Best Video Game Writing nomination.
The Witcher 3 picks up the top prize of the night along with two others whilst Metal Gear Solid V, Rocket League and Splatoon all pick up two awards each.