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Wednesday’s launch of Assassin’s Creed III looks set to be one of the biggest game launches of 2012 – and, MCV reckons – possibly of all time in the UK.
EA has finally been knocked off the top of the UK charts… by EA.
With a week left until its release, Ubisoft has gone live with the official launch trailer for Assassin’s Creed III.
The cost of being amongst the first UK consumers to get 4G coverage on their mobile phones has been revealed by Everything Everywhere.
Sony has announced that the redesigned PlayStation Store is now live across Europe.
EA’s powerhouse FIFA franchise remains No.1 in the UKIE GfK Chart-Track All Formats UK charts for a fourth week.
Sega has finally announced a European release date for Platinum Games’ Anargy Reigns.
Rationally, a decline in UK industry Christmas marketing spend makes sense at a time when there are fewer games coming out, and the ones remaining are getting most of the ...
The age of excess is clearly over. UK games firms are spending £99m on advertising this Christmas, MCV can reveal.
Technical problems with the new-looks PlayStation Store yesterday have lead to its postponement in the UK.
All eyes may be on Call of Duty, but Square Enix says it’s Hitman that will be the ‘last big game of the year’.
The first mass market Wii U TV ad went live this week – as part of a campaign as big as the first Wii’s launch.
The Xbox 360 will not be receiving a price cut in the UK this Christmas, Microsoft has told MCV.
EA’s FIFA 13 makes it a hat-trick of No.1s this week despite some very high-profile competition.
MCV talks to Nintendo's new UK marketing director Shelly Pearce...
EXCLUSIVE: The PlayStation 3 has surpassed 5m consoles sold in the UK, MCV can reveal.
A launch date for Kickstarter UK has been set.
EA’s FIFA 13 has clung on to the UK top spot, despite a 72 per cent week-on-week drop in sales.
Sony has this morning entered a new phase in its mobile gaming masterplan.
Both Tesco and Sainsbury’s have reported a quarterly rise in sales, leading to hopes that the worst could be behind the High Street.
The UK government has today opened the call for industry feedback on its imminent tax break for games economic policy.
The arrival of the new ‘Super Slim’ PS3 has boosted sales of the console in the UK.
There’s claiming the UK No.1. Then there’s claiming the UK No.1.
Sony is looking to cut the price of the PlayStation Vita – but not until 2013.
Sales of video games leapt up 125 per cent last week on the back of three blockbuster releases.