Entries in 'Publishers' (108)
Killer 7, No More Heroes and Lollipop Chainsaw may have been warmly received by critics, but commercially they were unremarkable.
Free-to-play and downloads are the fastest-growing business models of the past five years, but how many video games publishers actually rely on them rather than more traditional methods of releasing ...
Six out of ten publishers have admitted that they either rarely release or never release their games in boxed physical form.
Will the PS4 limit the functionality of pre-owned games?
Electronic Arts was comfortably the UK’s top physical games publisher of 2012.
With the year drawing to a close and most people already scouring for beer, MCV looks back at the biggest and saddest stories of the year.
Certain publishers are looking to take advantage of Kickstarter to develop new IPs and generate money without having to invest, Obsidian’s CEO Feargus Urquhart has claimed.
Major games publishers are turning their backs on TV advertising.
Nintendo will offer bigger revenue cuts on digital downloads for the Wii U than other gaming platform providers, according to a report.
Jonathan Chambers, AV manager at media planning and buying specialist Generation Media, looks at how much impact publishers and platform holders have had on TV advertising so far, how this ...
Square Enix has taken the Game Development Contest India 2012 on the road.
Starhawk, the PS3 exclusive from Lightbox Interactive, which was originally set for release in India today, will now be delayed by up to two weeks, Sony has confirmed.
According to the FICCI-KPMG Indian Media and Entertainment Industry Report 2012, the Indian games business was valued at 13bn Rupees ($259m) in 2011 – up 30 per cent.
Playcaso, a Mumbai-based developer and publisher focussing on casual and social games, has introduced the Playcaso Publishing Program designed to aide indie developers in reaching a global audience.
The Aussie government makes several moves this week, while the NZGDA conference announces its lineup and Call of Duty hits TV.
Indian game developer/publisher UTV Indiagames has become the first publisher to reach the 100 million downloads mark on the Nokia Store. The company had surpassed 50 million downloads three months ...
Japanese publisher Square Enix has announced long term plans for India with a primary focus on game development on mobile and social platforms.
New US online retailer EKGaming has made a remarkable pledge – to share ten per cent of its pre-owned revenues with publishers.
The founders of UK developer Splash Damage have launched a new publishing operation named WarChest, that will focus on releasing free, digitally distributed games.
The games industry’s biggest names are currently plotting a path into one of the fastest growing regions in the world of modern gaming.
The Indian games industry is expected to grow by 38 per cent to Rs 18 billion ($359m) in 2012 and to a staggering Rs 46 billion ($917m) by 2016.
Forbidden Planet Ltd may be a super-specialist film, TV, comic and memorabilia chain, but it’s also becoming a haven for games publishers. Marketing manager Jon Harrison tells Dominic Sacco why.
A takeover at GAME still looks some way off, with the retailer having recently held talks with publishers in an effort to raise funds needed to pay store rents this ...
Apple’s shadow over the video games market is there for all to see. We look at how its TV footprint compares to other games publishers'.
We investigate the target demographics for the Top Ten TV game campaigns of 2012, up to February 19th.