Entries in 'Publishers' (116)
The video games industry of tomorrow is likely to be bossed by a very different leading pack as traditional publishers refuse to accept the changing face of the market.
Reviews aggregation site Metacritic has named Take-Two as the most critically successful publisher of 2010.
Electronic Arts has been named the leading games publisher for the second year in a row.
After a year spent adding new ways to monetise game trade-ins, publishers have learned to accept second-hand sales.
PC specialist Excalibur has hit out at leading publishers over their lack of support for retail in the digital marketplace.
French publisher Focus Home Interactive has declared it ‘impossible’ for smaller publishers to sell PC titles at UK retail.
Publishers and retailers must get together and figure out a way of working together to tackle the dual problem of pre-owned and digital retail, Codemasters CEO Rod Cousens has stated.
Andrew Thompson, the head of games at supermarket Asda, has told MCV that increasing competition in the games sector forced it to adopt a pre-owned games strategy.
It’s been a great year for new games franchises. In fact, last month was one of the most promising with the release of both Enslaved and Vanquish. But both failed ...
In a move that will delight the series’ many followers, Crytek has confirmed that it is putting in the groundwork to try and get a new entry in the TimeSplitters ...
A fresh question mark hangs over the viability of the pre-owned software market this morning after a ruling in the US Court of Appeal upheld a developer’s right to prevent ...
Team 17 has turned its back on third-party publishers in favour of digital distribution.
Publisher THQ is fast becoming the leading voice in the industry’s apparent tirade against pre-owned software, and its latest outburst is the most aggressive yet.
Ubisoft has become the No.2 publisher in UK and Europe as it announced game sales almost doubled year-on-year.
The war between retailers and publishers looks set to once again erupt over software pricing – with Sainsbury’s last week issuing a fierce battlecry.
Speaking at today's Sony E3 press conference, Jack Tretton, president and CEO of Sony Computer Entertainment of America, confirmed that 40 developers and publishers are presently working to bring consumers ...
Games firms are concerned that the digital marketplace isn’t big enough to sustain the number of competitors eyeing the space.
Consumers are more likely to base their buying decisions on review scores than on price, a new Moving Minds report from branding specialist Kinetic claims.
Recent news that Sega has cut back on staff numbers only told the horrible half of a fairly revealing transformation at the company.
Major UK publishers will showcase their latest titles at the MCM Expo in May.
Games publishers are getting behind Facebook as a major marketing tool, enabling them to interact with millions of consumers directly.
Codemasters will become a major player in the digital space thanks to a heavy-duty investment deal.
If publishers commit to long-term marketing of their titles they can most definitely succeed on the Wii, Nintendo’s American boss Reggie Fils-Aime has stated.