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Gaikai signs Electronic Arts deal
Cloud service getting MOH, Mass Effect etc.
Reeves: Sony needs to release PSP2
In order to keep pace with 3DS.
SEGA cuts UK and US jobs
Plans to "invest more" in digital.
Sony cancels PlayStation Room plans
Project won't proceed beyond beta.
For $299 this year, says analyst.
But only in the US, so far.
Good news, PEGI. Bad luck, pirates.
Mainstream acceptance still a way away.
Former Sony man takes Europe job.
Into four divisions. Some job losses in UK.
Over one million customers now served.
Government adopts TIGA's plan.
Developers positive on 3DS.
3DS can reboot flagging DS market.
Sales of everything but handhelds fell.
Former EA man slags off management.
FIFA 10 and FIFA 2009 also in top 10.
Rogue Warrior dev bites the dust.
Scores minimal points in annual report.
To allow updates and cost savings.
Last year was second strongest in history.
But Nintendo dominates rest of charts.
"Sell-and-forget" model is undesirable.
Nintendo "extremely disappointed" at ruling.
New report reckons tech will spread rapidly.
Mid-December firmware has emulator.
Silicon Knights are one of the last "V8s".
Activision's "greatest" has sold 55m units.
Rebellion "always appreciated fan support."
Fils-Aime pumped about showing more.
Dev discusses price variation on Steam.
From Visceral to Sledgehammer.
In development in Montreal, says Wada.
Analyst questions hasty results.
Retailers lash out at supermarkets, etailers.
The Hut/LoveFilm admit mistake.
Tackles PuzzleKings' Killer Edge Racing.
Devs hoped to take advantage of piracy.
Epic aims to get students' cogs turning.
Trade-in deals bypass price hike.
Didn't meet quality standards, apparently.
Vaizey: Industry is "critically important".
And put others off, says Chips MD.
Subscribers and press to test new features.
Performed to expectations, says Sony.
Indies want laws to stop "bully boys".
Realtime Worlds boss confirms.
The brain behind GRID and DiRT.
But won't affect UK price of £179.99.
Will be like PS3 and 360, says Squenix boss.
Square Enix takes project elsewhere.
Sony dropping features to speed approval.
But he's sorry she slipped from his grasp.
Microsoft's handheld campaign begins.
App Store content dwarfs rivals.
Rumoured GAME exclusive to cost €350.
Shifts 150,000 units in three days.
Newly-priced Elite also strong in UK.
The Tester gives winner dream QA job.
BottleRocket's fight for survival is over.
EA thinks "it's awesome", too.
Free GT PSP will sweeten deal.
Endrant Studios cut back.
Retailer discount jumps gamescom gun.
US copies disappearing every second.
Necessary Force canned for now.
Has "plenty to keep themselves busy".
The next balance board, says US boss.
Update: ELSPA amends misleading chart.
Blue Omega lay-offs follow poor sales.
Millions of pounds will be lost.
New GOD service a worry for retailers.
It's "very ambitious", says APB dev.
Unless PS3 drops in price, says Kotick.
"Three crucial things" in place.
Creative direction of MS Game Studios.
"Nintendo has learned its lesson."
Boss Tim Sweeney says it's "inevitable".
Expect more news soon though, says boss.
They're certainly quizzing consumers on it.
Microsoft in Santa's pocket.
"Really big" title to be revealed this year.
Acti then Atari then Sony in a year.
FlatOut, Big Mutha, PipeMania, etc.
Game to become PlayStation exclusive?
Work stops on console versions.
Big franchises to reinvigorate handheld.
Andrew House new European CEO.
MMO release tied into Avengers movie.
Pardo explains why there's no WOW for 360.
USD 199 Zeebo uses digi downloads.
Has 95 per cent now, aiming for 100.
CV leak also mentions new Hobbit pitch.
Due to depreciation of the pound.
83 games have done over 1m units.
Puzzlers prove the most popular.
Ubi Shanghai brought in to hit deadline.
Funcom finance chief quits after huge losses.
America's Army team involved.
WAR developer feels the EA cuts deepen.
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