Entries in 'mcv' (175)
2015 featured a number of rather different games that went on to enjoy both critical and commercial success.
The number of physical stores selling video games jumped up in 2015.
Phil Spencer’s repetitive insistence that Xbox remains ‘committed to first party’ seems to be falling on deaf ears.
E3 organisers ESA discuss the future of its event in this week’s MCV.
Sports Interactive head Miles Jacobson was named Person of the Year at last night's MCV Awards.
This week’s MCV investigates the indieapocalypse and asks: Is the sector really in jeopardy?
In this week's issue, MCV reveals the results of its market valuation project, co-produced by games industry trade body UKIE.
After a successful first year, MCV’s Women in Games Awards, co-hosted by Women in Games (WIGJ), return this May. TV presenter Julia Hardy will host the event, which rewards the ...
In this week's issue, we unveil the results of our annual Salary Survey.
In this week’s MCV we take a lengthy and in-depth look at the lucrative PC games market.
BBC Radio 5 will air a 90-minute special dedicated to the history and impact of football video games this evening.
MCV and Ukie present their annual games market valuation for the fifth time. The breakfast event will take place at Ukie’s offices on February 11th at 9:30 am.
In this week's MCV we sit down with Curve's new CEO, Dominic Wheatley and Chairman Stuart Dinsey to find out about the publisher's merger with Kuju.
After a successful first year, MCV’s Women In Games awards will return this May to recognise and reward the contribution of women to the UK games industry – and this ...
As we start 2016, MCV looks back at the last twelve months to see just how the UK games market performed.
With just eight weeks to go until the big night, the finalists of this year’s MCV Awards are revealed. Is your name on the list…?
Christmas presents sorted? Tree up? Ocado food delivery booked? MCV Awards nominations submitted…?
The critics are saying that indie development is in trouble – but ID@Xbox European boss Agostino Simonetta says there's never been a better time to be making games.
The hugely popular Interface event returned last week, bringing together hundreds of budding indie developers with publishers seeking new titles at St Mary’s Church in London.
Tickets have now sold out for this year's MCV and Develop Christmas Party.
UK retail has hailed the launch of Fallout 4 as the title hit the market and made it the best-performing week for physical games this year.
MCV and Develop's content marketplace Interface returned for another successful outing yesterday – and you can now see some pictures from the day.