Entries in 'success' (33)
Traditional publishers should be worried by the phenomenal success of DayZ, creator Dean Hall has warned.
UK online retailer ShopTo says it is enjoying its most successful year on record.
Remember, the App Store launched after GTA IV hit. It has been easy to forget just the level of spectacle that an old fashioned go-to-the-shop-and-buy it games release can deliver.
One of the great things about the internet is that it gives everyone a voice. But one of the bad things about the internet is that it gives everyone a ...
Square Enix and Microsoft are delighted by their success at UK retail last year.
Can Wii U replicate the record-breaking success of the Wii?
Critics may have largely written the title off, but Capcom insists that Resident Evil 6 has achieved a level of commercial success.
It’s not just one of the greatest pre-order incentives of all time, Hitman Sniper Challenge could also become a game in its own right.
MCV asks Bethesda’s PR and marketing VP asks if the smash hit RPG has changed the publisher’s ambitions...
18 months ago the code behind Sleeping Dogs lay abandoned. A year and a half later, the game has been hailed as a triumph and sits proudly atop of the ...
Capcom believes it has found itself another major IP in the form of Dragon’s Dogma.
A year after EA first unleashed its digital download service Origin, the company’s senior VP of global e-commerce David DeMartini has christened its first 12 months as a “huge success”.
Specialist retail giant GameStop says the UK has already helped grow its worldwide digital empire.
Skylanders: Spyro’s Adventure was a bigger hit than you might think.
The managing director of digital games retailer GOG.com has said that the service hopes to add newer titles to its catalogue in 2012.
The doors have finally closed on this year’s Eurogamer Expo, and already the company has announced the dates for next year’s event.
Retailer GAME has confirmed that it will host a second GAMEfest in 2012.
In a startlingly honest admission, EA Labels president Frank Gibeau has said he believes the PlayStation Vita has a better chance of succeeding in the market than Nintendo’s 3DS.
French publisher Ubisoft has risked stoking the fires of hate towards its controversial PC DRM strategy by proclaiming it a success.
Blizzard believes the eagerly anticipated EA/LucasArts MMO, Star Wars: The Old Republic, could be the biggest shot in the arm for the genre since World of Warcraft.
Sony's new NGP handheld will comfortably better the successes of the PSP, EEDAR analyst Jesse Divnich has stated.
UK games retail’s boom week of £113m wasn’t just serendipitously timed to blow rival entertainment launches out of the water.
Publisher Sega has issued cautious optimism regarding the success or otherwise of its recently released new IP Vanquish.
It’s out on multiple formats, it’s got a record marketing spend behind it and it’s a fundamentally great game – those are the reasons why Activision thinks Call of Duty: ...