Entries in 'revolution' (19)
Wearable technology such as Google Glass could have a revolutionary impact on games, claims the CEO of Glu Mobile.
Activision has confirmed the first DLC map pack for Call of Duty: Black Ops II will become available for PC and PS3 at the end of this month.
The handheld video games market is being killed off by the smartphone sector, metrics firm Flurry Analytics believes.
Ubisoft has at last lifted the lid on one of this year’s potentially biggest hits – Assassin’s Creed III.
Today is an important day that I have no doubt represents a true change to how we consume games.
Square Enix has lifted the lid on a Collector's Edition version of upcoming Xbox 360 and PS3 shooter Deux Ex: Human Revolution.
With 3DS just weeks away, NGP on the horizon, and continued growth in iPad and mobile, 2011 is shaping up to be a transformative year for portable games.
Microsoft has hit back at criticism that it isn’t doing enough to support PC gamers.
With sales of 6.9m for the recently released Red Dead Redemption, you can bet your horse on the fact that work on the next game in the series is ...
3D may be the industry buzzword of 2010, but did you know a major proportion of the UK population can’t even see it?
Natal and Move may be highly anticipated, but publishers have told MCV they are gambling on 3D to wow the world at this month’s E3.
3D gaming will play a crucial role in the future of both Sony and PlayStation 3, with the platform holder investing heavily in stereoscopic technology.
The Government’s plans to fund the spread of high speed broadband through taxation is unfair – and could put games’ potential digital renaissance in jeopardy.
Famed UK games designer Charles Cecil has opened a new division at his studio dedicated to digital self-publishing.
UK retail has told MCV that it wants to be a part of the digital revolution, following news that Amazon is selling Xbox Live Arcade game codes in the US ...