D&D, Lord of the Rings Online devs spin off from Turbine

Standing Stone Games acquires both MMOs, will continue to run them with Daybreak as publisher

By Brendan Sinclair

Our Favourite Games of 2016

The team lays out its personal picks for the industry's best of the year

By GamesIndustry Staff

Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare takes UK Christmas No.1

Big sales for Watch Dogs 2, Dishonored 2 and Steep, bad week for The Last Guardian and Dead Rising 4

By Christopher Dring

Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare tops physical game revenues in US

Sales may be down y-o-y, but ATVI notes, "Call of Duty is retail's #1 grossing console franchise in the U.S. for the 8th consecutive year"

By James Brightman

Verdun promotes peaceful gameplay with War Child Armistice DLC

Temporary DLC references WW1 Christmas truce, proceeds will go to children affected by real conflict

US games market slumps 24% in November - NPD

But Pokemon shines, while NES Classic Edition shifts nearly 200,000 units

By Christopher Dring

GAME launches Belong - is this the future of video games retail?

New experience stores in Central London and Milton Keynes sees GAME take on cinemas

By Christopher Dring

Where do consoles go from here?

2016 marks the beginning of a new era of console iteration - what does it mean for the industry?

By James Brightman

Bigben acquires rights to Test Drive

European publisher to make new Test Drive Unlimited games while Atari retains rights to existing titles in racing series

Todd Howard to be inducted into AIAS Hall of Fame

Developer behind The Elder Scrolls and Fallout to receive the highest honor at the 20th D.I.C.E. Awards

By James Brightman

Where now for Call of Duty?

The world's biggest shooter series is under threat, but Activision still holds all the cards

By Christopher Dring

11 bit Studios closes its Games Republic online store

Three years later and the community-meets-shop project comes to an end

End to Wii U production “nothing to do” with Yooka-Laylee Switch

Playtonic assures backers it did everything it could to get Wii U version running, offers refunds for those without other platforms

By James Batchelor

Blood Sail: The Assassin's Creed game you won't get to play

CMGE's Ringo Zhu details the company's plan to make Chinese games using Western IP like Assassin's Creed and The Walking Dead

By Brendan Sinclair

The Last Guardian outsells Shadow of the Colossus but fails to reach No.1

Team Ico's third outing debuts at No.7, while Dead Rising 4 stalks in at No.4, leaving Call of Duty to reclaim the top spot

By James Batchelor

Majesco Entertainment exits the video games business

Merger with medical firm marks the end for the Zumba, Cooking Mama, and Psychonauts publisher

By James Batchelor

Koch and Square Enix clarify review code policy

“We would never impose a blacklist or ban on any media for a review score”

By Christopher Dring

Nintendo getting its mojo back

Weekly Roundup: The house of Mario has been steadily gaining momentum, but will it last?

By James Brightman

A Tale of Two Markets

Japan in 2016: The world's most lucrative and vibrant mobile market is an uneasy bedfellow for a beloved but troubled console sector

By Rob Fahey

Nintendo to bring GameCube games to Switch - Report

Sources have confirmed to Eurogamer that Switch's Virtual Console will let you play Super Mario Sunshine, Super Smash Bros. Melee and more

By James Brightman

"The end of comfortable publisher-journalist relationships will lead to better journalism"

The impact of publishers going direct to consumers is having a liberating impact on the games press

By Christopher Dring

Nintendo offering $20,000 for those that find 3DS security flaws

Although how much you'll receive is at Nintendo's discretion

By Christopher Dring

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