Fighting game the month's top-seller, followed by Black Ops II and Donkey Kong: Country Returns; total software sales slide 25 percent.
[UPDATE] Microsoft's current-generation console the top-selling home console in US for 29th straight month; total Xbox 360 retail spend hit $149.8 million; full report now available.
Xbox boss Don Mattrick says when compared to other modern products, $500 is not a "ridiculous" price point.
New report from industry group also finds adult women a more significant portion of game-playing population than boys 17 and under.
Venture capital funding led by Spark Capital and Matrix Partners to be used to "accelerate" development of virtual reality technology.
Developer addresses Destiny absence for PC, says, "Obviously, we'd love to be on as many platforms as possible."
Lionhead lead designer says Peter Molyneux has played and approved Fable Anniversary.
Respawn cofounder Vince Zampella says Xbox One, Xbox 360, and PC players unlikely to be able to play together.
Source says Zampella felt West was "sabotaging" Respawn, barely came into the office before leaving for good in March.
CD Projekt Red's new office will open next month staffed by 20 people working on smaller games of about 20 hours in length.
Jess sounds off on some of E3's best news stories including all the details on Xbox One and PS4 plus game announcements from Halo to Final Fantasy XV.
Lawsuit over failed deal for dance game Starpower: Beyonce settled "amicably."
IO Interactive lays off half of entire staff and ceases production on multiple projects as it focuses on development of new AAA Hitman game.
New wired headset designed for "long gaming sessions and clear voice chat."
Electronic Arts confirms Dead Space 4 is not in development, but says that the series will live on.
CD Projekt Red CEO says people buy their games because they trust them; "If we screw that up, it's the end of the story..."
Avalanche boss Christofer Sundberg claims most games don't offer enough replayability; says Just Cause 2 still has "hundreds of thousands" of daily players.
Free-to-play sequel launching in full in North America and Europe later this summer, Valve confirms.
Entertainment Software Association reveals attendance figure for this year's show, says hotel spending brought in $40 million for Los Angeles.
Microsoft Game Studios executive Phil Spencer says franchise is "important" and one he would like to see return.
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