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Lorde, Demi Lovato, Avicii, Ed Sheeran, Lady Gaga and Pharrell Williams feature on the next SingStar game.
Today, Destiny's endgame content expands with the introduction of the game's first six-player raid, entitled 'the Vault of Glass'.
It's been less than a week since Super Smash Bros for Nintendo 3DS launched in Japan, but it's already exceeded one million units sold.
Minecraft is changing hands, but fans hope that's the only change.
Modern hits 'What Does the Fox Say?' and Pharrell's 'Happy' feature alongside classics by Marvin Gaye and Aerosmith on Just Dance 2015.
EA Sports has released a new live action trailer for FIFA 15 that has players jumping out of their seats and getting kicked across the room.
Microsoft is is purchasing Minecraft developer Mojang, the two companies have confirmed.
Incredibly addictive - this is straightforward, good time gaming that adds yet another knot to Maxis Studio's success.
Rockstar has announced Grand Theft Auto V will hit PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on November 18, before PC on January 27 with a new trailer.
To celebrate its 30th anniversary, acclaimed game developer Naughty Dog is releasing a documentary and hosting an art show.
Ubisoft has released a new demo video for Assassin's Creed: Unity, showing two players taking on a co-op heist mission.
Attention Madden fans, even the disenchanted ones: this game puts the franchise right back on-track.
Destiny has become the most successful new videogame franchise ever with sales exceeding US$500 million worldwide already.
Microsoft's Xbox One console launched in Japan a week ago, but it's off to a very slow start.
The New Zealand gaming industry says it has more than doubled its worth to $80 million in just two years.
The Greens have released a $30 million plan to boost the ICT sector, create jobs and drive innovation.
Daniel Rutledge talks much-hyped sci-fi multiplayer shooter Destiny, Shihad's historic gig in Christchurch and Metallica's new world record.
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