Entries in 'interview' (153)

White Day

PQube talks White Day and South Korea's new school of horror

Originally released back in 2001, South Korean horror title White Day: A Labyrinth Named School is finally heading to European retail on August 4th courtesy of PQube. We talk to ...

Katharine  Byrne
by Katharine Byrne
on Jul 6th 2017 at 11:30AM in News
Layton's Mystery Journey

Level-5 on Professor Layton's mobile journey in Katrielle and the Millionaire's Conspiracy

Level-5 hit big with Professor Layton back in the late 2000s. Its titular gentleman puzzle solver was one of the early success stories on the Nintendo DS, and it wasn’t ...

Katharine  Byrne
by Katharine Byrne
on Jul 6th 2017 at 10:00AM in News
Multiplay

Multi-tasking at Multiplay - what's next for this growing games service provider

Ditching a career in medicine to start a LAN-based events company isn’t the most traditional way of getting into the games industry, but over the last two decades Multiplay founder ...

Katharine  Byrne
by Katharine Byrne
on Jun 15th 2017 at 10:00AM in News
Justin Bailey

Fig: 'I thought publishing was broken'

When we think of industry-defining games, titles like Super Mario Bros., Tetris and Grand Theft Auto V immediately come to mind. No list would be complete, however, without the inclusion ...

Katharine  Byrne
by Katharine Byrne
on May 26th 2017 at 11:40AM in News

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Women in Games

Women in Games Awards 2017 finalists on misogyny and how to tackle the industry's diversity issues

Today marks our third Women in Games Awards, where MCV, Develop and eSports Pro celebrate the successes and achievements of women in the UK games industry. While the number ...

Katharine  Byrne
by Katharine Byrne
on May 19th 2017 at 10:50AM in News
nDreams and Climax on how to build a successful VR business

nDreams and Climax on how to build a successful VR business

With vast sums of money being poured into VR around the world, the virtual reality development scene has never been healthier. In a recent GDC survey, for instance, there ...

Katharine  Byrne
by Katharine Byrne
on May 9th 2017 at 3:35PM in News
Virtual reality check: Oculus, HTC and Sony's verdict on the future and first year of VR

Virtual reality check: Oculus, HTC and Sony's verdict on the future and first year of VR

To say VR had an eventful first year would be an understatement. Not only do we have three major headsets on shelves, contributing to almost $1bn (£774m) worth of sales ...

Katharine  Byrne
by Katharine Byrne
on May 8th 2017 at 1:00PM in News

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Take-Two's Zelnick talks mobile, movies and GTA V's continued success

Take-Two's Zelnick talks mobile, movies and GTA V's continued success

“Better than expected” has become an accidental catch phrase for Take-Two when it reports its financials. 

Alex Calvin
by Alex Calvin
on Feb 17th 2017 at 10:59AM in News
Sony: Horizon Zero Dawn's Aloy is the 'PlayStation icon of the future'

Sony: Horizon Zero Dawn's Aloy is the 'PlayStation icon of the future'

Horizon Zero Dawn is easily one of the most anticipated games of the year, if not the most anticipated PS4-exclusive of 2017. Of course, it’s still early in the year ...

Marie Dealessandri
by Marie Dealessandri
on Feb 14th 2017 at 9:57AM in News
Do we need a British Games Institute?

Do we need a British Games Institute?

In the last few years, video games have come a long way in terms of working with government.

Alex Calvin
by Alex Calvin
on Feb 13th 2017 at 10:04AM in News
MCV Insider's Guide: CV Bay

MCV Insider's Guide: CV Bay

CV Bay’s managing consultant and gaming specialist Katie Edwards discusses the shift to cloud gaming and free-to-play, and how this has affected recruitment.

on Feb 2nd 2017 at 2:25PM in News

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Going underground: The story of Dinosaur Polo Club's Mini Metro

Going underground: The story of Dinosaur Polo Club's Mini Metro

Back in 2001, brothers Peter and Robert Curry joined the games industry working at developer Sidhe Interactive.

Alex Calvin
by Alex Calvin
on Feb 1st 2017 at 2:05PM in News
With Sniper Elite 4 and Yooka-Laylee, is 2017 going to be Sold Out's biggest year yet?

With Sniper Elite 4 and Yooka-Laylee, is 2017 going to be Sold Out's biggest year yet?

Despite the narrative of digital sales becoming a bigger part of today’s games market, 80 per cent of new releases are bought in a box.  

Alex Calvin
by Alex Calvin
on Jan 31st 2017 at 3:45PM in News
"There was a lot of skepticism, as we were doing something new": IO on Hitman's episodic move

"There was a lot of skepticism, as we were doing something new": IO on Hitman's episodic move

At E3 2015, IO and Square Enix revealed a new entry in its Hitman series. 

Alex Calvin
by Alex Calvin
on Jan 30th 2017 at 1:54PM in News
Why YouTubers need management

Why YouTubers need management

YouTubers are now an indivisible part of the games industry. What started as a hobby for kids in their bedroom has evolved into a massively important – and influential ...

Marie Dealessandri
by Marie Dealessandri
on Jan 30th 2017 at 12:00PM in News

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Gravity Rush 2

From Vita to PS4: Sony on Gravity Rush 2

When Gravity Rush released in 2012, it was considered by many as one of the Vita’s best games.

Marie Dealessandri
by Marie Dealessandri
on Jan 17th 2017 at 11:41AM in News
UKIE's Jo Twist talks 2016 for UK games, Brexit and London Games Festival

UKIE's Jo Twist talks 2016 for UK games, Brexit and London Games Festival

2016 has been an eventful year for both the games industry and the UK as a whole thanks to the EU Referendum vote that took place this June. We speak ...

Alex Calvin
by Alex Calvin
on Dec 13th 2016 at 10:08AM in News
Xbox's Eagle on the company's 2016, Xbox One S and Scorpio

Xbox's Eagle on the company's 2016, Xbox One S and Scorpio

It’s been a difficult few years for Microsoft on the games side of things. Though Xbox One sales have certainly not been shabby, the console has failed to top the ...

Alex Calvin
by Alex Calvin
on Dec 12th 2016 at 11:30AM in News
MCV Insider's Guide: Bespoke Arcades

MCV Insider's Guide: Bespoke Arcades

Co-founder and managing director Ben Georget talks about Bespoke Arcades’ recent launches and the impact of the retro gaming trend on the firm's business.

on Dec 8th 2016 at 3:15PM in News
Rebellion's big plans for Sniper Elite 4

Rebellion's big plans for Sniper Elite 4

Sniping games are one of those peculiar genres that are almost always praised by their players but mauled by the critics.

Marie Dealessandri
by Marie Dealessandri
on Dec 8th 2016 at 11:30AM in News
Natural Motion's Reil talks Dawn of Titans, the mid-core sector and the state of the mobile market

Natural Motion's Reil talks Dawn of Titans, the mid-core sector and the state of the mobile market

Ahead of the launch of its new action strategy title, Dawn of Titans, we spoke to Natural Motion boss Torsten Reil to take the pulse of the mobile market

Alex Calvin
by Alex Calvin
on Dec 8th 2016 at 11:00AM in News
Ubisoft talks 'live' games strategy: The Crew, The Division and Rainbow 6 Siege

Ubisoft talks 'live' games strategy: The Crew, The Division and Rainbow 6 Siege

Games have always been happy to experiment when it comes to revenue streams. They started with pure retail sales, but then DLC came along, subscription models worked for MMOs, episodic ...

Seth Barton
by Seth Barton
on Dec 2nd 2016 at 11:30AM in News