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Call of Duty: Black Ops II was 2012's biggest selling game of the year at UK retail.
2012 was, for want of a better word, a veritable BOMB of news, both inside and outside the world of video games.
A new free digital guide to international markets is available to download now.
End of year lists are ten a penny. Top 20 this. Best 5 that. This is the only list you need.
Using GfK Chart-Track retail figures, we compare the biggest brands in the UK games industry.
This week's MCV is now available to view online – and it boasts our huge review of the year where we discuss the seven games that defined 2012.
Influential retail exec Rob Salter is leaving Tesco on January 1st, 2013, MCV can reveal.
UK games retailers are surprisingly upbeat in the face of significant market declines.
MCV quizzes over 100 retailers from around the UK – from nationwide specialist chains to independent stores – about the highs and lows of 2012 and their hopes for the ...
This week's MCV is now available to view online – and it boasts our huge annual retail survey.
Bored on a Friday afternoon? Spend a few minutes letting us know your thoughts about the 2013 jobs market.
This week's MCV is now available to view online – and it features a detailed investigation of the eSports craze.
This week's MCV is now available to view online – and it features a detailed analysis of Call of Duty's launch sales performance.
This week's MCV is now available to view online – and it features a full guide to this year's London Games Conference, which discusses the best ways of making money ...
Want to know who the video games industry’s hottest young talents are? Look no further.
It may be the industry buzzword of the moment, but freemium games still have a long way to go before they take down retail.
Want to win a cope of WWE ‘13 signed by CM Punk, plus tickets to the next WWE tour and a bag full of goodies? Course you do.
This week's MCV is now available to download – and it features 13 pages of Games Media Awards, with almost 100 pictures from the event.
Hurry! There are just a few hours left to tell us who you think the brightest young stars of the UK games industry are.
You only have a little over 24 hours to tell us who you think the brightest young stars of the UK games industry are.
There are only seven days left if you wanted to nominate someone to be recognised as one of the industry's brightest young stars in 30 Under 30.