Entries in 'entertainment' (129)
Developer Sony Online Entertainment has confirmed that its networks are back online.
Sony Online Entertainment has expanded its "Make Good" plans to reward customers who have been unable to access its games following the attack on both its and the PSn servers ...
Games developer Sony Online Entertainment has confirmed it was attacked by hackers as part of last month's PSN hack and that user data has possibly been compromised.
Games media giant IGN is on the hunt for new writers as it expands its UK editorial coverage.
Sony Online Entertainment has assured its customers that personal data is safe following the PSN hacking scandal.
3.3 million copies of Call of Duty: Black Ops were sold in 2010, making it the most successful entertainment property of the year, according to ERA.
Sony Online Entertainment has closed down three of its studios and made sweeping redundancies across the company, according to unsubstantiated rumours.
Media giant Future has merged its games and film sales and publishing departments into one entertainment division to strengthen the team.
A bumper Christmas that saw non-food sales grow at three times the rate as groceries has lead Sainsbury's to declare that it is “one of the fastest entertainment retailers”.
Retailer Best Buy has reported revenues of $8.4bn for December 2010 - a 1.6 per cent decline year-on-year.
It was the week Take That reformed.
The week a new Harry Potter movie premiered.
But the real winner in the entertainment war? It was a video game.
Next week’s Call of Duty: Black Ops could set a new benchmark for entertainment launches if it goes one better than last year’s Modern Warfare 2 and once again shatters ...
Gaming has become a major part of Alworths' plans, as the firm eyes 150 new stores over the next three years.
There are significant doubts about whether the success 3D has seen at cinemas can translate to the home.
Video games face the prospect of slipping back to third place in the UK entertainment race following a report showing that the sector has suffered bigger declines than either video ...
Games will receive more floor space at Sainsbury’s over the next year after significantly driving both sales and footfall in 2009.
Long-term servant of the games industry and current life president of Eidos Ian Livingstone was awarded a British Inspiration Award for his work in the interactive entertainment sector at this ...
Despite a prolonged period of silence, we could be hearing a lot more about Sony Online Entertainment’s The Agency in the very near future.
Having shattered most the game industry’s records upon its release last year, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 has also emerged as the overall UK entertainment champ of 2009.
Trade organisation The Entertainment and Leisure Software Publishers Association, otherwise known as ELSPA, has confirmed that it is to change its name to the UK Interactive Entertainment Association.