Entries in 'events' (34)
Microsoft has said that over 10,000 retailers across the globe will be opening their doors for the launch of Xbox One on November 22nd.
Blizzard has teamed up with GAME to stage Diablo III lock-in events across the UK in celebration of the game's console debut.
Hardware giant Nvidia will stage more events in a bid to win over UK gamers.
Many big things happened in Melbourne this week at PAX's first ever international outing, while EB EXPO starts to ramp up.
Annual fighting game tournament EVO was more popular than ever in 2013, according to broadcast partner Twitch.tv.
The Develop Awards returns in just over two weeks on July 10th at the Brighton Metropole hotel. Have you booked your place yet?
After years of speculation Microsoft has finally gone on record to discuss its new home console.
High Street giant GAME says it will reach out to software-starved consumers with a series of major events this summer.
UK retailer GAME is to host a number of “EA lock-ins” across the country.
Microsoft is to chop up previous full release Kinect Sports: Season Two into smaller, downloadable chunks.
Keep next Tuesday night free – GAME will be opening its doors to welcome the unconventional Wednesday release of Assassin’s Creed III.
Nintendo has announced it will host a Wii U press event in New York City next month.
Diablo III hit shelves at midnight at more than 8,000 stores across the world, including HMV’s Oxford Street branch.
A partnership has been signed between this year’s E3 and MCV.
The MCM Group has announced it will launch a new Birmingham expo in 2012.
GAME and Turtle Beach are running a tournament tomorrow to find the greatest Halo: Reach and Call of Duty: Black Ops clans in Australia, with the grand prize being professional ...
The Oxford Art Factory in Sydney is set to play host to a series of events named Insert Coin(s), which are themed around old-school videogame arcades.
Tickets for the first ever UK GAMEfest show have gone on sale.
Games industry trade bodies UKIE and TIGA have teamed up to deliver this year’s Edinburgh Interactive Festival.
Registration has now gone live for Edinburgh Interactive 2011.
If you believe everything in the media, Britain has been brought to a standstill by snow.
There are just four tables left for this month’s Develop Quiz, where you and your colleagues can prove you possess the greatest minds in the industry.
The i39 multiplayer gaming event attracted 2,350 people, with almost 80,000 viewing the finals online.
A new event focussing on the rise in self-publishing and “the end of the era of giant publishers” has been announced for the end of the month.
October and November mark two of the busiest months on the game industry’s calendar, as a huge range of conferences, shows and award ceremonies open their doors.