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Ubisoft is recommending eight CPU cores for its upcoming hacker-FPS, Watch Dogs.
Takes aim at Ouya, Apple TV.
Upcoming games look better on PC.
Company claims leak was an 'error.'
Claims of a 2014 launch scuppered.
Red Dead Redemption and GTA V likely.
Mechanical fault grounds the device.
It's not all good news, we're afraid.
Kotick admits WoW is losing subs, too.
Can Sony's console match 2012's PC demo?
First units launching within four months.
Android-based console now in production.
Has the Red Team got all three consoles in the bag?
Company adopts mobile market methodologies.
The TV's no longer the limit for the game world.
"We'll do it," Newell states.
Atari has closed Test Drive Unlimited publisher Eden Games, stating that it's focusing more on mobile gaming.
The recovery of the GAME Group is in full swing, with publishers regaining confidence and suspended operations resuming.
GAME Group has announced the closure of 277 stores, chiefly among its Gamestation brand.
Investment led by RBS may save GAME Group, but time is running out.
Rumours suggest Valve is looking at producing a PC-console hybrid device dubbed a 'Steam Box.'
A report from the NPD Group suggests that the UK is a nation of console gamers, while Germany prefers the PC.
A Blizzard community manager has let slip that console development for Diablo 3 is continuing apace.
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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