Lego Pirates of the Caribbean, Size Five’s Privates and Just Dance 2 were all awarded at the children’s BAFTAs last night, with the Lego title picking up the main award. Sex education game Privates won the Learning Secondary BAFTA. Developer Dan Marhshall said: “I can’t thank BAFTA enough for honouring a tiny studio who made a weird little game. It was a great night, and I’m brimming with pride. To stagger home with one of those oh-so-familiar shiny metal face awards is so surreal, and completely magical.”
A $50,000 PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds tournament will be hosted through G:loot’s Global Loot League.
Final Fantasy 7 Remake concept art from Final Fantasy 30th Anniversary Exhibition makes its way online
Concept art of Final Fantasy 7 Remake is currently on display at Final Fantasy 30th Anniversary Exhibition in Japan. Images of the exhibit have been posted online.
Latest Xbox One Preview update adds additional inactivity shutdown options, fixes various issues, more
Members of the Xbox One Preview Update Alpha ring will can now download the latest Xbox One system update.
BAFTA Children's Awards 2011
Just Dance 2
Ubisoft has announced the Just Dance series has sold 25 million units worldwide. Just Dance 3 helped the franchise reach the mark by selling 7 million units since it’s October release. Titles in the series include: Just Dance, Just Dance 2, Just Dance 3, Just Dance Kids, Just Dance Kids 2 and Just Dance Summer […]
Ubisoft’s announced this morning it’ll release Just Dance 3 on PS3 with Move support in the UK on December 9. The date’s confirmation is part of a press release celebrating growing worldwide sales for the sequel, which has seen it out-performing its predecessor by 85 percent. The series on Wii has been the number one […]
Lego: Pirates Of The Caribbean
Warner has issued its financial report for Q2 of its fiscal year and the firm’s Filmed Entertainment division, which its videogame segment falls under, saw a 13 percent increase in revenue to $2.8 billion year-on-year. The firm attributed this growth to the releases of Mortal Kombat and LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean. The Time Warner group reported […]
Where do video games go when they die? According to Disney Interactive, they get reborn, sort of, inside other, more popular games.