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Nintendo president Satoru Iwata has paid tribute to his predecessor Hiroshi Yamauchi.
The man who changed Nintendo from a simple toy company to the world’s leading video games provider has passed away.
Square Enix president Yoichi Wada is stepping down.
Video games have again become central to America’s heated debate on gun ownership that erupted in the aftermath of December’s Newtown school shootings.
Sony Online Entertainment president John Smedley doesn’t believe people should be working in the games industry if they don’t play games.
The president and CEO of Japanese developer Cave has resigned his position.
Andrew House felt he was heading into the lion’s den ahead of his first major press conference since becoming CEO of PlayStation.
Konami has announced that former US president Shinji Hirano has replaced Kunio Neo as its European president.
Nintendo president Satoru Iwata believes the 3DS is about to cross the 3m sales mark in Japan and will reach a 4m milestone by April.
It was Fathers' Day yesterday. It's the one day of the year when dads across the world are in theory given licence to ignore their endless list of chores for ...
The CEO of Tecmo Koei has announced that he is to resign from his position at the end of November.
Square Enix has announced that the former chief marketing officer for Microsoft’s Consumer and Online UK division Mike Fischer has become its new president and CEO of its US division.
LucasArts has announced that Paul Meegan will be the company’s new president and general manager.
President of Lucasarts Darrell Rodriguez has resigned from his position after two years at the studio.
It has been confirmed that the CEO and president of Activision Publishing Mike Griffith resigned from both of his roles on April 23rd.
In perhaps the most directed and precise attack on video games to date, Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez has not only slated violent games but also accused them of being a ...
Mike Griffith, the president and CEO of Activision Publishing, has told MCV that his firm is in its strongest ever position – partly due to the fact that it’s competitors ...