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The Xbox boss has made the vow following the news that Street Fighter V will only release on PS4 and PC.
Following PlayStation's event in Las Vegas over the weekend, here are the highlights.
FIFA 15 has returned to the #1 spot across all platforms following the madness of November.
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment today revealed final Batman: Arkham Knight gameplay trailer.
The MCV Pacific Industry News E-Zine covers all the stories you should not have missed.
For the fourth instalment in our series, we look at the Twitter follower counts for ANZ Print Games Media.
The campaign has proved to be extremely popular, despite Target not stocking the book.
Turtle Beach has just unveiled two new premium fully wireless headsets.
Ahead of Wednesday's event, IGEA and Anderson Events has released the full event draw and program.
This table looks at how the top ten selling games across all platforms in both Australia and New Zealand rate in the UK.
As 2014 draws to a close, only two games hit retail this week.
After being beaten out by Grand Theft Auto V last week, Far Cry 4 this week has it's first New Zealand number 1.
Far Cry 4 holds off the Wii U launch of Super Smash Bros. to be number one in Australia for the second straight week.
The Pokémon Company has revealed that over 7.7-million units of Pokémon Omega Ruby and Pokémon Alpha Sapphire has been moved.
The PlayStation 4 has been crowned the "fastest selling video games console of the decade in New Zealand"
Just days after the PlayStation's 20th birthday, PlayStation New Zealand has announced the historic milestone.
Despite being removed from shelves the product is still listed in Target's current online catalogue.
Following on from Target this morning, K-Mart has also removed the title following a significant review content.
IGEA, has today released a statement following the removal of Grand Theft Auto V from retail shelves.
The new PS4 has been modeled on the original PlayStation which launched in 1994.
Natasha Brack rejoins the industry.
Target has taken Grand Theft Auto V off shelves due to concerns "about the game's depictions of violence against women”.