Take-Two reports its most recent financial earnings but it's what the publisher said about Rockstar Games that has gotten the attention of Red Dead Redemption fans.
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Pokemon GO developer Niantic appears to be responding to requests to remove Pokestops if they are known to be causing problems for local businesses or the surrounding community.
The Xbox One S 2 TB Edition fetches some huge prices online in the UK after the retail stock sells out, but will this trend continue with Project Scoprio on the horizon?
Pokemon Go developer Niantic is cracking down on cheaters who obtained legendary Pokemon like Articuno ahead of schedule, completely removing the creatures from their accounts.
Bungie Game Director Chris Barrett takes to Twitter to inform Destiny fans that upcoming expansion Rise of Iron will bring back shaders to class armor.
Epic Games CEO Tim Sweeney attacks Microsoft's Universal Windows Platform again, this time claiming that the company intends to push gamers away from Steam.
A posting for a possible definitive edition of Metal Gear Solid 5 was discovered on Amazon today before being pulled, leaving fans to speculate about the title.
GameStop attempts to walk back comments made by its CEO Paul Raines after the executive seemed to imply that the PlayStation Neo will release this year.
The mother of a 15-year-old girl who was hit by a car says Pokemon Go is to blame for her daughter's injuries and is urging other parents to keep their kids away from the game.
Team killing trolls in Rainbow Six Siege will want to think twice about their actions after Ubisoft patches in harsher punishments for being a bad sport later this week.
Activision releases a statement debunking a GamesRadar report that a third-person Call of Duty game set during Ancient Rome was once under serious consideration by the publisher.
A PC mod developer has released a new Grand Theft Auto V gameplay trailer for Redux Overhaul, an upcoming re-shader that will offer improvements to textures, lighting and more.
Microsoft releases a new statement to apologize to the community and explain what happened following a retraction made to the company's upcoming Xbox Play Anywhere feature.