VideoGamer's very own Russian liaison, Max Saprykin, explains why he's never known the loving touch of a Nintendo 64 and why piracy is such a big part of Russian gaming.
The former Tony Hawk's Pro Skater developer helped IW with Call of Duty: Ghosts.
The Epic Games Centre is a fully equipped space for use by students on the university's games design courses.
Year-on-year growth driven by launches of Xbox One and PS4.
Opened in 1986 – was the largest music store in the world until its closure.
Opens the door for Sony, Microsoft and Nintendo after 14-year shut out.
"A difficult and upsetting time for everyone involved at Blockbuster."
No longer to be identified by version numbers to better reflect its constant updates and upgrades.
18 per cent of the workforce to be let go as part of structural changes.
New boss will lead Lionhead towards an "ambitious online future", says Phil Harrison.
Security guards, cashiers and supervisors to be culled at all but the most in demand stores.
141 stores saved, including 25 which had previously been set to close.