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Eidos life president Ian Livingstone was made a Commander of the British Empire in the New Years Honors list.
The latest issue of MCV is now available digitally, and it features the 20 games that UK retailers believe will make their Christmas.
This week’s most notable game release doesn’t come on disc and isn’t a download – it’s Ian Livingstone's new Fighting Fantasy. MCV quizzed him about about keeping the series relevant ...
GamesAid is on the hunt for aspiring singers and classic music talent to take part in the games industry’s first-ever Christmas concert.
Sports Interactive boss Miles Jacobson has finally revealed the reasons behind the developer's split from its publisher Eidos.
GAME Australia officially entered liquidation this week, while the R18+ bill passed through the Senate and Sydney hosted Game Tech.
The Government has admitted that teaching children about computers is seriously "in need of reform".
The games industry will get its chance to speak to the nation next week, with the BBC’s Newsnight programme scheduled to run a feature on the Livingstone-Hope Skills Review.
The London Games Conference will return on November 10th at a new venue – and with a unique audience participation element.
Eidos life president Ian Livingstone has made an appeal for developers to contribute towards an ambitious talent survey that hopes to show the UK Government the value of the national ...
All three platform holders have thrown their weight behind this week's Edinburgh Interactive Festival, promising to show off new titles and technology.
UK charity GamesAid can help improve the perception of the entire games industry, says trustee Ian Livingstone.
His claim comes as the UK organisation opens nominations for new charities.
The UK video games charity for children and young people – GamesAid – has recruited industry veterans Ian Livingstone OBE and Caroline Miller as its new trustees.
Games industry veterans have been named in the list of flnalists for the first British Inspiration Awards.
Eidos has called the new age ratings 'loophole' an "opportunity for the industry to show how responsible it is".
The ghost of unprofitable Christmas past will hit consumers this Q4 – as retailers keep software prices high and publishers shunt more triple-A titles than ever to next year.
E3 2009 has to strike the delicate balance between showbiz and circumspection to secure its future as the global industry’s central showcase.
The Conservative Party has assembled a consortium of industry luminaries –including Eidos’ Ian Livingstone – to help establish the party’s review body of the creative industries.