We catch up with head of Xbox Games Marketing Aaron Greenberg
For £380, Sony's unannounced new machine could be yours
After bringing back Deus Ex in 2011 with Human Revolution, Eidos Montreal is releasing its follow-up, Mankind Divided. We speak to the studio about the pressure to live up to its predecessor
In 2013, Nordic bought a number of IPs from THQ. The following year, it came back to claim the name. Now it has rebranded itself as THQ Nordic.We speak to CEO Lars Wingefors to find out why
Featuring interviews with Xbox, THQ Nordic, Eidos Montreal, Esdevium, Steamforged and more
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Ebuyer, the online technology retailer, has entered the world of eSports by sponsoring UK team FMESPORTS.
Gfinity will host four of the best Counter-Strike: Global Offensive teams at EGX next month as they compete for $100,000.
JME has announced the Serious Rainbow Six Siege Tournament, with a prize pool of £2,500 and a LAN final at the Gfinity Arena.
As we head towards the GMA 2016 Awards on October 10th MCV looks back on some of the key highlights of the event.
Platform holder Nintendo announced yesterday that it has purchased a 70 per cent share in Japan Entertainment Software Sales Network for $46.5m (£35.2m).
After years of being famously secure, one of the most famous PC anti-piracy systems Denuvo may be in trouble.
Halo Online has not made it to release.
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THQ has been heavily tied to Nordic Games’ growth.
Aaron Greenberg, head of Xbox Games Marketing, talks new hardware, FIFA 17, eSports and Pokémon Go.
The owner of unofficial data tracker Steam Spy has re-added sales information for games that developers had previously requested it remove.
Rice replaces Jenny Brammall, PocketGamer.biz hires new editor and account exec Regan leaves Indigo Pearl.
The team behind Ubisoft’s MMO shooter The Division has announced delays for the game’s next two expansions.
It will come as little surprise to discover that FIFA 17, Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare and Metal Gear Survive were the most talked about games at Gamescom.
The strange saga of the PlayStation 4 Slim continues with second-hand retailer CEX now stocking the currently unannounced console.
Microsoft’s sci-fi shooter Halo 5: Guardians is coming to PC. Kind of.
It appears that new DualShock 4 and PlayStation Move controllers could be on the way.
Since it started working on the Deus Ex franchise, developer Eidos Montreal has been under a great deal of pressure.
The developer behind 2013’s Depression Quest, Zoe Quinn, has announced her next project.
The reveals and announcements may not have come thick and fast at Gamescom 2016, but there were still plenty of developments coming out of the show floor.
Until the end of August, games clothing brand Insert Coin is running a store dedicated to Pokémon in London.
A new entry in Bandai Namco’s popular Tales of RPG series was the best-selling game in Japan last week, according to market data from Famitsu.
The World eSports Association (WESA) has hired Ken Hershman to be the new executive chairman and commissioner.
Arguably the most successful Dota 2 team over the last 12 months, OG, have parted ways, with just two players staying on the team.
30 Under 30 returns in October.