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1C’s international publishing director Darryl Still has accused retail of failing to support boxed PC games.
In an exclusive interview with MCV, EA Europe’s senior VP Jens Uwe Intat has claimed that the upcoming Xbox 360 Natal and PS3 Motion Controller will reach audiences left untouched ...
In a year that saw most sectors of the UK video games market suffer year-on-year declines, both the Xbox 360 and PS3 have emerged as the real winners of the ...
In an exclusive interview with MCV, EA Europe’s senior VP Jens Uwe Intat has revealed the true extent of FIFA's current dominance in the European football game sector.
The UK games industry was hit hard by the recession in 2009, and now leading execs are hopeful that the worst is behind them.
The UK games industry is looking to bounce back from a difficult 2009 – with improved Government relations key.
UK software sales fell 30 per cent last week, as post-Christmas consumer spending slows down. Value for the week dropped to £60.1m, while unit sales fell 23 per cent.
Famitsu publisher Enterbrain has claimed that 2009 was yet again a year of decline for the video games industry in Japan with both hardware and software sales suffering year-on-year decreases.
Sales for the UK video games software market grew by 13 per cent this week to 3.4 million units, driving the sector’s value up by 11 per cent to £77.3 ...
Electronic Arts’ senior vice president of European publishing, Jens Uwe Intat, has told MCV that the firm is ‘disappointed’ with the market’s performance in 2009, and that he expects it ...
Square Enix Europe has confirmed that all those who pre-order the upcoming Just Cause 2 will receive and exclusive limited edition version of the game.
John Riccitiello has stated that the emerging force that is post-release downloadable content is the key tool in battling both the pre-owned market and piracy.
This week’s UK software sales have skyrocketed 198 per cent to £103.1 million. It is comfortably the highest weekly figure of the year and isn’t far off 2008’s Christmas week, ...
Britons are sitting on a £1.8 billion-worth of unused computer games – the equivalent of one game per person in the UK.
THQ has signed the rights to a new Russian-made FPS – as it bids to grow its core gamer audience in the next 12 months.
Though both DS and PSP are expected to continue to lead the market for quite some time, both Sony’s and Nintendo’s machines have peaked – leaving Apple’s iPhone and iPod ...
Electronic Arts maintained a generous chunk of market share in the third quarter of the year, MCV-published data can reveal.
The games industry will suffer more staff cuts and studio closures unless its ‘core-market’ consoles begin to reach PS2-levels.
The UK software market fell once again, despite the release of Guitar Hero 5 and The Beatles: Rock Band.
The UK software market has dipped just slightly in terms of software this week.
Whilst we’re all aware of Nintendo’s lofty achievements in the video games sector, the Japanese gaming specialist is making major progress in other industries too and has now been named ...
July proved another tough month for video games retailers in North America, with the overall value of the market declining 29 per cent year-on-year with a total value of $1.19bn.