Entries in 'imagine' (31)
Print is dead, right? Readers have moved on to websites, social media, tablets, smartphones – and yet a core of print publications still exist. So how are the UK’s magazine ...
Games mags X360 and 360 Magazine have been merged by publisher Imagine.
Ubisoft has released a physical starter pack for its browser-based game and popular girls' property Imagine Online.
Ubisoft has appointed Copyright Promotions Licensing Group (CPLG) as its European licensing agent for its Rabbids, Imagine and Just Dance brands.
The UK’s leading magazine publishers are upping the ante on Apple devices.
The UK games mags have seen falls across the board, according to the latest figures from ABC.
Imagine Publishing has announced it has given every member of staff a free iPad.
Imagine Publishing has announced that its Play magazine has sold more than 10 million copies.
Imagine Publishing has bought out its investor and is once again an independent media firm.
It’s “something of a chicken and egg thing”. That’s the challenge that Microsoft faces with the Kinect motion camera, according to EA’s European senior VP Jens Uwe Intat.
HMV emerged triumphant at last night’s MCV/Xbox 360 Quiz, fending off stiff competition from Microsoft, GameSpot, Imagine Publishing and Tesco.
Multiformat magazine GamesTM is honouring its 100-issue landmark with a range of special covers.
Imagine Publishing has spoken up about the closure of Total PC Gaming, which it claims was shut down due to a lack of retail backing.
Specialist gaming mag Total PC Gaming has been closed down by Imagine Publishing, it has been confirmed.
UPDATE: Full comparison to previously reported figures for specialist games and select PC titles added to end of story
Ubisoft has begun the second phase of its nationwide Imagine sampling tour, promoting its best-selling range of games for girls in the run up to Christmas.
Readers of Imagine Publishing’s X360 magazine have increased period-on-period for the six months ending June 30 2009.
Ubisoft is celebrating after a stellar performance by its Imagine range over Christmas pushed the series to just under one million annual sales.