Blizzard has raised $1.9m in the fight against ebola from the sale of digital pet goats.
Arcade classic Asteroids is set to become an open-world survival MMO.
Valve has issued a warning to the CS:GO eSports community warning them away from any form of gambling on matches.
Nintendo and Netflix are reportedly working together on a Legend of Zelda TV series.
Shadow of Mordor picked up eight of the nine awards it was nominated for at this year's DICE awards.
Popular iPad shump Badland is getting an updated console edition later this year.
The Humble Star Wars Bundle has gone live with a total of nine games currently up for grabs.
Sony Online Entertainment has broken away from Sony and been bought out by a management firm, effectively making the studio an independent developer.
Mousey cheese-grabbing multiplayer platformer Transformice has made its way to Steam.
Battlefield Hardline is going through an open beta phase next week across all platforms.
Valve's Steam Workshop program has paid out $57m to content creators making items for Team Fortress 2, DOTA 2 and Counter-Strike: Global Offensive.
Capcom is working to bring the quirky Dragon's Dogma online in a new free to play project.
Frontier Developments has announced it is working on a new game but also cutting staff.
The Homeworld Remastered Collection is due for launch on February 25.
APB: Reloaded is getting a Playstation 4 and Xbox One release later this year.
The Elder Scrolls Online has followed in the footsteps of many an MMO and dropped its subscription model.
Sony is launching a 10% discount sale this coming weekend to apologise for the Christmas PSN downtime.
A spacefleet strategy game from Firaxis and Civilization creator Sid Meier has been announced.
An RTS based on Battlefleet Gothic, a tactical space ship game based in the Warhammer 40,000 universe, has been announced.
A list of best selling games in 2014 released by NPD puts Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare at the top.
Hotline Miami 2 has been refused classification in Australia meaning that as it stands, the game will not see a release in that market.
The PC version of Grand Theft Auto has had its January release date pushed back to March.
The Rock Band store has got its first new songs in approximately two years, breathing life back into the platform.
August 13 2019 | 08:30
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