Entries in 'uk' (194)
The PC games sector may be dominant worldwide, but consoles are the real power in the UK and will remain so for years to come, says DFC Intelligence.
The UK games market plunged to its lowest figure all year last month as the number of new releases slowed dramatically.
Activision has said that The Amazing Spider-Man 2 will be released physically on Xbox One in the UK some time in early May.
The UK PC download chart has collapsed, MCV understands.
Multiplay's gaming festival Insomnia51 scored its biggest ever crowd across the Easter weekend.
Argos will extend its digital store concept trial to open a further 25 stores by March 2015, in which the traditional shopping catalogues are replaced by tablets.
Microsoft has confirmed that The Amazing Spider-Man 2 is now officially available on both Xbox consoles in the US.
Ever noticed that Kirby is always the embodiment of happiness and light on Japanese artwork and a right grump on Western game boxes?
The UK High Street is optimistic about the success of virtual reality headsets.
Nintendo’s marketing campaign for Mario Kart 8 will run until the end of the year, the firm says.
Koch Media is getting its bovid love on by stepping up to the plat to publish a physical version of Goat Simulator.
EA’s Xbox and PC shooter Titanfall has claimed No.1 in the UKIE GfK Chart-Track All Formats Top 40 for the second successive week.
A new report says that total Google Play downloads are currently tracking ahead of the Apple App Store in terms of volume.
UK retail sales in March fell by the largest amount in the last 12 months due to the late timing of Easter this year, says the British Retail Consortium.
Soul Sacrifice Delta is one of three new SCEJ RPG Vita titles confirmed for a Western release.
Titanfall beat Thief, South Park and Infamous to become the biggest selling game of March.
Sales of EA’s shooter Titanfall climbed 220 per cent thanks to the Xbox 360 release, returning to the shooter to the top of UKIE GfK Chart-Track All Formats Top 40.
Samsung has opened a number of new standalone stores in eight cities across the UK.
The latest iteration of the Galaxy Android smartphone series has gone on sale in the UK.
CI Games has signed a deal with Square Enix to distribute its titles across Europe.
Culture Minister Ed Vaizey says UKIE deserves credit for securing tax breaks for UK games developers.
Amazon has said that it currently doesn’t have any plans to release FireTV outside of the US.
A number of Xbox One owners who have previously signed up to the console’s preview program in the UK now have access to OneGuide.
The Xbox 360 version of Mojang’s Minecraft is once again top of the UK Xbox Live charts.
At long, long last UK video games tax breaks are upon us, but who is it precisely that qualifies?