Entries in 'threat' (16)
Coordinates set for consumer backlash disaster!
UK retailers have warned that consumers may hold-off buying PS4 or Xbox One in order to play GTA V.
Business recovery firm Begbies Traynor estimates that 140 UK retailers are currently in a “critical condition”.
Traditional gaming has held its own in the face of increasing opposition this generation – but its stiffest challenge may be yet to come.
Not content with admitting for the first time that 3D “ain’t all dat”, Nintendo boss Saturo Iwata has also confessed that smartphones and tablets HAVE changed the games industry.
The Battlefield 3 Worldwide Conquest Tournament helps EA compete with Call of Duty Elite, Activision’s social service which also includes a competitive gaming element with prizes up for grabs, according ...
Staff across Sony’s UK studios are anxiously waiting to see if they will be spared from a restructuring process now underway.
The world's biggest digital games retailer is under attack.
GAME has both the most envied and reviled position in the UK games industry.
Ian Shepherd has warned that the switch to online content and digital distribution will come much slower than the pundits claim.
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: ...
Ahead of the opening of its first UK stores in Liverpool, Southampton, Merry Hill and Thurrock next month, Verdict Research consulting director Neil Saunders has told MCV that Best Buy ...
The troubled tale of former movie rental giant Blockbuster has taken a turn for the worse with the company admitting for the first time that a fall into bankruptcy could ...
It’s common knowledge that casual and social games markets continue to increase with importance – but that doesn’t mean the core games sector is under threat, one analyst has claimed.
UK development legend Ian Livingstone has raised concerns over the growth in pre-owned sales on the High Street – suggesting the practice may force publishers and studios to bypass traditional ...