Entries in 'music' (83)
Nordic Games’ latest karaoke title We Sing Rock will hit shelves next month exclusively on Wii.
A new single ‘The Moshi Dance’ is to be released on iTunes on 18th September following the success of online hit Moshi Monsters.
UK retailers GAME and Gamestation have from today started selling Blu-ray movies and music in-store, on the same day that the Star Wars: The Complete Saga Blu-ray boxset is released.
Now That’s What I Call Music: Dance and Sing will hit shelves for Wii on November 11th with a revised name.
Mamma Mia – here they go again. Ubisoft has just confirmed it's added an Abba dancing game to its roster of licensed music titles.
A saving grace of the declining market and associated Wii slow-down has been the resurgence around music games. Activision may have sworn off its take on the category (over-priced DLC ...
Sony has confirmed reports of a security breach on some of its Greek Sony Music Entertainment sites.
Over £1.014m has been spent on downloading songs in the UK since 2004.
3.3 million copies of Call of Duty: Black Ops were sold in 2010, making it the most successful entertainment property of the year, according to ERA.
Online retailer Amazon has stolen a march on Apple and Google by launching a cloud music service for PC, Mac and Android devices.
As the creator of Guitar Hero, Rock Band and Dance Central, there's no studio in the world with the same music game heritage as Harmonix. But its ambitions don't end ...
The likes of EMI and Universal have enjoyed huge success partnering with Activision’s Guitar Hero franchise. However, Music Week’s digital specialist Eamonn Forde says the record companies will quickly move ...
Forget the fall of Guitar Hero; the music video game sector is stronger than ever, says GfK Chart-Track.
The biggest names in the music industry has thrown its support behind trouble entertainment chain, HMV.
EA’s music boss has slammed the Grammy Awards for not giving games the recognition they deserve.
The struggling music genre just needs one big hit to get it out of the doldrums, says EA’s worldwide music executive Steve Schnur.
It was the week Take That reformed.
The week a new Harry Potter movie premiered.
But the real winner in the entertainment war? It was a video game.
Publisher Activision’s only chance of prospering in the music genre is to attempt to acquire the Rock Band IP from MTV owner Viacom, one US analyst has claimed.
One US analyst has labelled the week one sales debut of new release Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock as “dreadful”, pointing to stiff challenges for the music genre in the ...
Xbox 360 owners have been given access to MSN editorial content today.
Microsoft has lifted the lid on an ambitious new digital content service for Xbox 360 that will grant users the right to download as much music as they like for ...
39 per cent of UK internet users now play online games, making it the most popular form of media consumption in the country, according to a new Ofcom report entitled ...