Share value down more 6 percent today amid new reports claiming GameStop's business could be hurt by Microsoft's rumored used game policy for next-gen platform.
Xbox executive Don Mattrick says company believes Japan is an "important market" after Xbox 360 wasn't a big hit in the region.
Robert W. Baird industry watcher says Microsoft expected to subsidize next-gen platform, potentially through partnerships with media companies like Comcast.
Latest overhaul to city-building game adds Launch Park for early adopters, Edgewater Bay region, and various bug fixes.
Headset manufacturer working with Microsoft to bring "advanced audio solutions" to gamers.
Xbox exec says company's new platform will appeal to broad range of people; Kinect 2.0 is a "game-changer" for the system.
Activision says updated version of sensor will make gameplay better in latest shooter; current-gen version will be "superb experience."
Microsoft reveals cover designs sticking with green hue for next-generation games.
Ninja Theory partners with Chillingo for its first mobile game, Fightback, an action title with an 80s movie vibe.
"We haven't said yes, and we haven't said no," developer says about bringing shared-world shooter to PC; "complexities" hurting possibility of save files transferring across platforms.
Retail sources claim Microsoft and publishers will take a percentage of every used game; rumored preowned activation fee could be £35.
Sony had yet to formally state the machine would reach the UK this year.
PC port coming to Steam with Big Picture and Workshop support, as developer Hello Games calls the PC Joe Danger's "spiritual home".
The UK-exclusive Grid 2: Mono Edition comes with an actual supercar.
[UPDATE] Microsoft confirms no breach to security of online service has taken place.
Carolyn and Tom explore Resident Evil: Revelations and shoot some real slimy looking enemies.
Sanctum 2 takes the enjoyable tower-defense-meets-first-person-shooting style of its predecessor and expands upon it with new weapons, towers, levels, and more.
[UPDATE] Listing for sequel to 2008 first-person free-running game appears on retailer's German website; EA says "we have nothing to announce at this time."
Remedy says it could have made "less ambitious" sequel, but it wouldn't have done series justice; Quantum Break to be "ultimate Remedy experience."
[UPDATE] Warner Bros. to publish survival horror game from Techland; boasts day-night cycle, open world; launching in 2014 for Xbox One, PS4, Xbox 360, PS3, and PC; won't come to Wii U.
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