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Developer Rovio has announced that the sequel has passed 10 million downloads since its release on July 30.
Allows you to snap freeze-frame images of The Dark Knight in action.
Media Molecule has detailed Tearaway Unfolded‘s PlayStation 4 companion app functionality.
The Japanese publication has shed light on the internal culture and questionable procedures at Konami.
Microsoft has revealed its new OS is now installed on over 14-million devices.
The ‘Vote to Play' feature will only cover yet-to-be-released PS4 games.
Three titles hit shelves this week, with Rare replay our pick for best seller.
According to its most recent quarterly earnings, majority of EA’s revenue comes from digital downloads.
Speaking at the ChinaJoy event, Xbox head Phil Spencer highlighted Microsoft's vision for exclusive content on Xbox One.
Tim Sweeney sees more potential with Augmented Reality technology than anything else we have seen in our lifetimes.
The VP and MD of Sony Computer Entertainment UK, has resigned.
This week we will present DA16 through the eyes of five industry members. First off is IGEA CEO, Ron Curry.
First quarter results are covered in red.
Playtonic Games' spiritual successor to Banjo-Kazooie will be published with Worms developer, Team17.
The leading online tech retailer, Mwave Australia has acquired gaming and tech website Respawn Ninja.
2015 marks Dean's fifteenth year in the industry.
With out the Target Toy Sale, NZ was business as usual, as Minecraft claimed its third straight number one.
As the Target Toy Sale went into full swing, it has left a marked impression on this week's Top Ten All Platforms Chart.
Curse's popular Ultimate Team community site has launched on the Google Play Store.
Ubisoft has announced that ZOMBI is coming as a digital download for the three platforms August 19.
The bundle comes with exclusive PS4 content
Following the completion of this week's three events, the association has published the full presentation.
Psyonix studios celebrate an incredible feat.
Net revenue up 8% on company's projections.
Though, mobile revenues fall by more than 50 per cent.