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  1. EXG announces Call of Duty Cable Guy devices

    Entertainment specialist EXG and figurine manufacturer Cable Guys have announced a collaboration to create two new phone and controller holders to celebrate the launch of Call of Duty: WWII. Launching on October 28th ahead of the game's release

  2. The pink console problem: how not to market games to women

    Chinese smartphone manufacturer Huawei came under fire yesterday when its CEO Richard Yu said that "pink gold" was the "preferred colour" for women during a launch event for its new handset, prompting members of the tech press to

  3. Wolfenstein 2's 'Punch a Nazi' marketing campaign is 'a healthy avenue to vent frustration' says Bethesda

    Bethesda has opened up about its recent marketing campaign for its upcoming shooter Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus. Launched on Twitter over the weekend, the short video showed an

  4. Valve's Orange Box paved the way for today's physical indie retail space

    When Valve launched Portal, Team Fortress 2 and Half-Life 2: Episode Two as The Orange Box bundle back in 2007, it had a transformative effect on the games retail space of its day. That's according to Valve's Robin

  5. Ultimo Hombre to make esports accessible for everyone with new Gamerdays events

    A brand-new series of esports events are coming to the UK, courtesy of a partnership between newcomer organisation Ultimo Hombre and nightclub chain Deltic, the companies have announced.

    Founded by

  6. TT Games, Frontier, Wargaming and Criterion to headline Yorkshire Games Festival 2017

    TT Games, Frontier Developments, Criterion Games, Ninja Theory, Wargaming and Naughty Dog will headline this year's Yorkshire Games Festival, event organisers have announced.

    Returning to Bradford's

  7. SpecialEffect at 10:

    SpecialEffect celebrates its 10th anniversary this year and just raised over £300,000 during its One Special Day campaign.

  8. Have Shadow of War sales lived up to its 'triple-A flagship' billing?

    Warner Bros' Middle-earth: Shadow of War's first weekend figures came out this morning

  9. Wargaming opens new mobile studio in Moscow

    Wargaming has opened a new mobile development studio in Moscow, the company has announced. Headed up by industry veteran Andrey Zimenko (pictured right), the studio will start developing "mid-core" titles for mobile platforms as soon

  10. The FIFA 18 juggernaut holds off Shadow of War to keep top spot

    FIFA 18 has now been the top of the UK weekly physical charts for the third consecutive week.

    Sales for EA’s title were down 55 per cent week-on-week but that was not enough for Warner