Digital charts 'on par with retail Top 40' to be available by Christmas, promises SuperData
"More digital data is needed, but a business that is reliant on it will only stiffle creativity, not reward it."
Firm will continue to focus on PC MMOs like WildStar
Miller in charge of expanding ITV's kids brands in digital markets
This week we have interviews with Ubisoft Quebec, Codemasters, CD Projekt RED and QA and localisation companies
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Major games publishers have not learnt their lesson from the slew of broken games released at the end of last year.
ITV Studios Global Entertainment has appointed industry veteran David Miller to the newly-created role of vice president of digital games.
NCSoft is ‘accelerating’ its Western expansion with an aim of becoming one of the biggest games businesses in Europe and the US – just like it is in South Korea.
Music giant Spotify is launching video and podcasts on its service, but not video games.
In March, we combined digital sales with physical to put together an alternative UK chart, and the reaction was incredible.
The vast majority of console game sales still come from physical stores, new data reveals.
This week MCV has investigated what proportion of game sales are physical, and how many are digital.
Streaming network Twitch has announced it no longer allows games carrying ESRB's Adults Only rating to be streamed on its service.
Indie horror hit Among the Sleep is now getting an Xbox One release on top of its upcoming PS4 version, developer Krillbite Studio has announced.
Warner Bros and Lego are collaborating on what appears to be a Minecraft competitor in Lego Worlds.
Wii U owners can now stream and catch up with their favourite BBC shows on their console.
One year after its launch NCSoft has announced that sci-fi MMO WildStar will be going free-to-play this autumn.
For the first time in the history of the FIFA series consumers will be able to play as women.
Godus developer 22Cans has appointed former FairPlay Media boss Simon Phillips as the company’s new CEO.
PlayStation’s digital refund policy is to be the focus of a segment on tonight’s (Thursday May 28th) Watchdog.
A new version of Microsoft’s Xbox One controller might just have been leaked.
The arcade game - Star Wars: Battle Pod - is being made for home use, and will cost the princely sum of £24,000.
It appears that the release date for EA’s new Need for Speed game has been revealed.
Andrew House, the president of the PlayStation business, says the company will go after more third-party exclusives for PS4 this year.
Oculus VR has announced its acquisition of Surreal Vision – a tech startup that specializes in genereating real-time, 3D worlds.
Hatred developer Destructive Creations has announced GOG will not carry its controversial shooter Hatred when it releases next week.
The unfortunate region lock situation surrounding Nintendo's Humble Nindie Bundle promotion is something the company hopes to change, a Nintendo of America rep claims.
A lorry transporting Splatoon stock from Nintendo’s warehouse to GAME has been stolen,
This feature is the first in a series of articles exploring how leading streaming competitors are approaching the expanding market.
Trade body UKIE has made some new additions to its Board of directors.