- NPD data shows a slight upturn in US videogame software and hardware sales.
- Bethesda says that it is working on a fix for Skyrim Xbox 360 texture issues.
- Sony unveils its UMD passport scheme.
- NPD data shows that Nintendo's 3DS is on track to outsell DS in its first year.
- Microsoft reveals that it is working on cloud features for Xbox 360.
- Study claims huge rise in number of US and UK regular social gamers.
- Unity technologies says that it is "looking at" Windows Phone 8 support.
- Garriott voices ambitions to build a New Britannia due to disappointment in EA's treatment of Old Britannia.
- Final Fantasy XIII-2 producer Yoshinori Kitase tells us that Final Fantasy XV could be an action-RPG.
- Reports come in that EA Origin will power Wii U.
- Minecraft goes gold, finally exiting beta.
- Bethesda calls for patience from unhappy Skyrim players.
- Gareth Edmonson quits Ubisoft Reflections after ten years with the company.
- PEGI ratings system faces further delays. UKIE accuses government of dragging its heels on the issue.
- Vivendi sells 35 million Activision shares.
- Our sources reveal that Ubisoft Montreal is currently working with next-generation Xbox devkits and that a major Sony studio has shifted its focus to the new PlayStation.
- Will Wright announces new game HiveMind.
- South Korea'a online curfew for gamers under the age of 16 extends to consoles.
- UK retailer Game Group lowers its full-year forecasts.
- Open CL 1.2 released.
- Despite its problems, Bethesda ships seven million copies of Skyrim.
- 3DS sales in Japan top 100,000 for the second week running.
- Avalanche Studios announces that its working on a new game, currently codenamed Project Mamba.
- Street Fighter IV producer Yoshinori Ono is spearheading Capcom's new company-wide approach to social games with Kazunori Sugiura.
- The Arvon Foundation launches a dedicated games writing course.
- Digital distribution service Desura launches a dedicated client for Linux which it says will "help promote and grow gaming" on the open-source operating system.
- Modern Warfare breaks more sales records.
- Square Enix licences Unreal Engine for multiple unannounced projects.
- Stardock announces that its back catalogue will be coming to Steam following the sale of its own digital distribution service earlier this year.
- Carmack admits that the planned release of the Doom 3 source code will be delayed amid fears of a patent violation.
- Good Old Games announces plans to add newer titles to its catalogue.
- Sega acquires social game pioneer Three Rings.
- Introducing E235, featuring BioShock Infinite and the birth of a new gaming icon.
- GameStop announces its digital sales are up for past fiscal quarter.
- Double Fine's Iron Brigade (known outside Europe as Trenched) gets a release date.
- Atari veteran Ed Logg named AIAS Pioneer.
- Nintendo Of America president Reggie Fils-Aime explains the company's reluctance to sell paid DLC for its games.
- Large save files are reported to be the source of PS3 Skyrim issues.
- City Interactive announces new Stuart Black game.
- BAFTA announces Young Game Designer nominees.
- Staff at Telltale Games are caught fiddling Metacritic scores.