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Everything has fallen into place for a new movie based on that game that consumed all your time in the nineties: Tetris. From the makers of Mortal Kombat, it promises to be "epic."
After last week’s postponement, Chinese gamers can finally experience a major console launch with the release of the Xbox One, following the country's 13-year ban on video game systems.
Here's a brief sample of the best games you're going to want to play this Autumn 2014, including Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare and Assassin's Creed: Unity.
The Ordnance Survey has recreated 224,000 sq km of Britain using 83 billion Minecraft block, increasing the scale of its first map, meaning roads, railways and even people’s houses are included.
Girl power is on the rise in the games world as new research has revealed that women now represent 52 per cent of the UK's gaming community.
Malicious software is being spread through Twitch’s chat feature that offers prizes that can be used in Counter Strike: Global Offensive and the malware can steal all funds from a Steam account.
The next version of EA Sports’ award winning video game franchise is on the way complete with a new emotional engine that makes players seem more lifelike than ever.
It comes after Anita Sarkeesian received a number of death threats on Twitter following her latest video release in a series that challenges misogyny in video games.
Fancy yourself as a bit of an amateur consulting detective? Then this Sherlock game will definitely be of interest, featuring seven full cases to solve.
Court papers reveal that Take-Two has dismissed the actress' claim that her likeness is depicted in the game, arguing that the character resembles her only in being a young, blonde woman.
PSN was hit with some major downtime yesterday thanks to a distributed denial of service attack, but the network is now back online.