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Free-to-play may be the current darling of many a games publisher, but don’t expect a dramatic shift in the way in which consumers pay for the next-generation of console games.
The tablet computer industry – and in turn the iPad – will be dead within five years, the boss of Blackberry has claimed.
Valve’s tight grip on the PC market is paying off, as the company saw business grow by around 50 per cent last year.
Sony Computer Entertainment America has announced the hiring of media firm Carat Global to take on the corporation’s media business.
Crytek will not be bringing Crysis 3 to Wii U.
The next generation of consoles will struggle to prosper unless Sony, Microsoft and Nintendo adapt their way of business.
Having won new deals to handle Sega and THQ games in Europe, Koch Media boss Klemens Kundratitz says a paradigm shift lies ahead for publishers on the continent.
Blackberry manufacturer RIM is said to be considering selling off its handset business and becoming a messaging service specialist.
Today is an important day that I have no doubt represents a true change to how we consume games.
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Publisher EA has denied that it took the decision to remove Crysis 2 from Valve's download service Steam.
THQ has urged all three major platform holders to be less rigid and open up to new business models.
The likes of EMI and Universal have enjoyed huge success partnering with Activision’s Guitar Hero franchise. However, Music Week’s digital specialist Eamonn Forde says the record companies will quickly move ...
Publisher THQ has urged the three biggest companies in control of the modern video games market to rethink the fundamentals of their content delivery strategies and embrace emerging platforms such ...
Electronic Arts has no desire to return to the games-film licensing business that it once made a fortune from, a key exec at the firm has said.
Video games retailer GAME has a two-pronged plan to help grow its business, CEO Ian Shepherd told MCV.
The publisher renowned for making most of its money online has pledged its future to bricks and mortar retail.
The era of motion controllers could snap shut as quickly as it has blown open, one of the world’s biggest publishers has warned.
Jamie Macdonald, formerly BAFTA-winning SCEE WWS VP, has been hired as the new Codemasters senior vice president of production following investment in the studio from Reliance Big Entertainment.
Blockbuster UK is not closing any stores and is a profitable business, insists MD Martin Higgins.
The firm broke its silence after news emerged that its US parent could face ...
The former chairman and CEO of Sony Computer Entertainment, Ken Kutaragi, has established a new company in Tokyo.