The Iseq  closed up 4.5 per cent or 2.72.43 points higher to 6,263.94, with Ryanair jumping 5 per cent to €13.52. Photograph:  Philippe Huguen/AFP/Getty Images

Top European shares indexes posted their biggest rallies since August yesterday, led by heavyweight banking stocks, as weekend opinion polls boosted (...)

A fan experiences PlayStation VR at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, California. Photograph: Rich Polk/Getty Images

The dust is settling on the first day of E3 and already there is a scramble to declare a winner. Inevitably that means deciding whether it was Sony(...)

The Sony PlayStation VR. Photograph: Sony/PA Wire

With 2016 set to be the year for virtual reality to hit the market, Sony took to the stage at games event GDC to reveal new details of its PlayStatio(...)

 Havok’s managing director David Coghlan: “It’s opening up something different that hasn’t been seen before. A lot of our customers are striving for Hollywood-style experience on consumer grade hardware.”

Irish technology firm Havok is set to raise the stakes in video game realism, with a software product that brings new detail and games physics to eff(...)

Scene from Assassin’s Creed: Unity

Queues. They’re the first thing you notice when you get to EGX. Before even setting foot in London’s Earl’s Court, you can see throngs of gamers obedi(...)

Henry Ryan: his latest venture is based firmly on the belief that “kids don’t hate learning, they just learn in different ways”.

“There’s nothing more impressive than a great teacher,” says Henry Ryan. The Montreal-based entrepreneur was “hardly even a student”, but, his latest (...)

A visitor plays the ‘Nosgoth’ video game at the Gamescom 2014 fair in Cologne yesterday. Photograph: Reuters/Ina Fassbender

The world’s largest video game fair is set to draw a record attendance this week as visitors seek out titles for new consoles from Microsoft and So(...)

EA’s Dungeon Keeper, a PC game from the late 1990s. When a free version came out on mobile this year, critics panned it for asking players to spend too much money to avoid long waits. Photograph: Electronic Arts via New York Times

In the world of gaming, as in life, you get what you pay for. There used to be one way most people bought video games: They spent, say, $60, and the w(...)

People play a video game at the Square Enix booth at the Electronic Entertainment Expo in Los Angeles.

Project Morpheus: Sony’s virtual reality project was on display - and playable - at this year’s E3, giving us a taste of what is to come further on do(...)

Bonnie Ross, head of 343 Industries, speaks during  the Xbox E3 media briefing . Photograph: Kevork Djansezian/Reuters

As E3 ends for another year, here are a few of the games we’re looking forward to seeing more of in the coming months. Super Smash Bros Wit(...)

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