The nominations for outstanding achievement in video game writing for the Writer’s Guild Awards have been announced.
The nominations for the Game Developers Choice Awards, on March 19th in San Francisco, have been announced.
A new first-person horror-thriller title, Get Even, has been announced for a 2015 release on next-gen consoles and PC.
The writer for Mirror’s Edge, Rhianna Pratchett, won’t be returning for the sequel due to development problems experienced during the first.
Sony announce that a brand new streaming service, PlayStation Now, will be launching in the US this summer.
Sony announce that the PlayStation 4 has sold over 4.2 million units since November, trampling over Microsoft selling over 3 million units.
Ubisoft Massive decline to confirm or deny reports that Tom Clancy’s The Division won’t meet its 2014 release, as reported by Game Reactor.
After 28 years with 6 consoles and with more than 200 titles you would think that Nintendo would run out of ideas for Mario But think again!
Alien: Isolation, based on the 1979 Ridley Scott directed movie, has been announced by SEGA and 20th Century Fox for a late 2014 release.
According to a Ubisoft source, Tom Clancy’s The Division won’t be releasing in 2014 as actual game development has barely begun.
2K Sports have announced that they will not be renewing the MLB 2K game series.
Bohemia Interactive, the developers of DayZ, have listed the number of fixes and changes they are too implement over the coming months.
Square Enix tells Roobla that the reports of the next-gen Hitman title are false, saying the game is still in production at Io-Interactive.
Microsoft have announced that the Xbox One sold over 3 million consoles by the end of 2013, making it the fastest-selling console in November
Having already sold over 400,000 units during its first week, DayZ has now rocketed past 800,000 units sold.