Entries in 'mcv' (172)
Indie developers do not sell consoles... right? Sony studios boss Shuhei Yoshida tells us why that just isn't true in the current edition of MCV.
This week's edition of MCV is rammed with 100 pages of insight on the games media, Nintendo 2DS and the world of Quality Assurance.
James Batchelor is to become the editor of Develop at the start of October.
Intent Media's founder and MD Stuart Dinsey will leave the firm at the end of October to pursue new opportunities.
Gamescom Dailies not enough for you? Fear not – you can download your weekly dose of MCV right here.
The very first MCV Gamescom daily magazine is available now.
Gamescom is almost upon us, and so MCV in association with Xbox One has put together an extensive guide to the show. And it's absolutely free.
The new football season is almost upon us and to celebrate EA Sports is giving away a football shirt signed by Barcelona playmaker and FIFA 14 cover star Lionel Messi.
This week's issue of MCV is filled with great interviews and analysis, as we reveal why Nintendo 3DS is the console of the year.
This week's issue of MCV is a bumper edition, featuring interviews with Ginx TV, Bethesda and the men behind E3 1995.
Green Man Gaming has resolved a number of issues with its websites, following the results of MCV’s Digital Mystery Shopper Survey.
MCV has compiled its annual rundown of the all-important buying teams at the UK’s biggest video games retailers – and you can download it now for free.
This week's issue of MCV features a full run-down of the UK games retail landscape, including the names of all the buyers working at the biggest chains.
This week's issue of MCV features our big interview with the head of EA Sports, Andrew Wilson. Who tells MCV why the firm must not mess up the next generation.
The MCV team have returned from E3 to reveal the true winner of the show and dictaphone filled with interviews.
Hurry! There's only two weeks left to book your place in this year's Sourcebook.
The first post-E3 issue of MCV is now available digitally and will start to arrive with subscribers from tomorrow.
Here we go again, right?
Think Steam is the be all and end all of download games? Think again.