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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.

Pachter predicts Slim 360/Natal bundle

For $299 this year, says analyst.

MS changes Xbox Live Points system

But only in the US, so far.

Parliament passes Digital Economy bill

Good news, PEGI. Bad luck, pirates.

Miyamoto: Gaming tech scares people

Mainstream acceptance still a way away.

David Reeves taking charge at Capcom

Former Sony man takes Europe job.

Activision shuffles execs, reorganises

Into four divisions. Some job losses in UK.

Battlefield 1943 is XBLA's fastest-seller

Over one million customers now served.

UK games industry to get tax relief

Government adopts TIGA's plan.

Nintendo has "incredible" hardware record

Developers positive on 3DS.

Analysts: 3D will set Nintendo apart

3DS can reboot flagging DS market.

US games market down 8 per cent in 09

Sales of everything but handhelds fell.

Lasky: EA is in the wrong business

Former EA man slags off management.

Modern Warfare 2 wins 2009 in UK

FIFA 10 and FIFA 2009 also in top 10.

Rebellion to close Derby studio

Rogue Warrior dev bites the dust.

Greenpeace: Nintendo most eco-unfriendly

Scores minimal points in annual report.

Microsoft drops internal Natal chip

To allow updates and cost savings.

Brits spent 3bn on videogames in 2009

Last year was second strongest in history.

Modern Warfare 2 wins America 2009

But Nintendo dominates rest of charts.

Sony mentions monthly subs again

"Sell-and-forget" model is undesirable.

3D gaming will reach 40 million by 2014

New report reckons tech will spread rapidly.

French court favours DS flash cart  seller

Nintendo "extremely disappointed" at ruling.

Sony confirms PSP Minis for PS3

Mid-December firmware has emulator.

Dyack: 2009 cuts have been "staggering"

Silicon Knights are one of the last "V8s".

Call of Duty marches past $3bn mark

Activision's "greatest" has sold 55m units.

Dedicated servers for Aliens vs Predator

Rebellion "always appreciated fan support."

Wii Vitality Sensor games for E3 2010

Fils-Aime pumped about showing more.

Valve: Raise price and digi games still sell

Dev discusses price variation on Steam.

Former EA men head up Acti studio

From Visceral to Sledgehammer.

First Square Eidos collaboration under way

In development in Montreal, says Wada.

Chart-Track defends MW2 sales count

Analyst questions hasty results.

MW2 street date "most broken in history"

Retailers lash out at supermarkets, etailers.

Early copies of MW2 break street date

The Hut/LoveFilm admit mistake.

Langdell finds new trademark target

Tackles PuzzleKings' Killer Edge Racing.

RedLynx: We put Trials on torrent sites

Devs hoped to take advantage of piracy.

Free version of Unreal Engine 3 released

Epic aims to get students' cogs turning.

Savvy shoppers buy MW2 for 25

Trade-in deals bypass price hike.

Jagex cans MechScape at enormous cost

Didn't meet quality standards, apparently.

Tories criticise UK gov support for games

Vaizey: Industry is "critically important".

"PSPgo will fail miserably" - UK retailer

And put others off, says Chips MD.

XBL Twitter, Facebook beta this month

Subscribers and press to test new features.

PSPgo nudges hardware up 120 per cent

Performed to expectations, says Sony.

Retailers furious at supermarket prices

Indies want laws to stop "bully boys".

APB beta opens next week

Realtime Worlds boss confirms.

Codemasters' Raeburn leaves studio

The brain behind GRID and DiRT.

Europe gets EUR 50 Wii price cut

But won't affect UK price of 179.99.

Wada: new Nintendo console by 2011

Will be like PS3 and 360, says Squenix boss.

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