Entries in 'UKIE' (71)
Trade body UKIE and data firm NESTA has launched its interactive map of the UK games industry.
2K Games had a big week at UK physical retail last week with two brand new titles in the Top 10.
It was a big week for Blizzard with the publisher claiming two spots in the UK Top 10.
Square Enix’s latest entry in the Deus Ex series has shot straight to No.1 in the UK.
Rice replaces Jenny Brammall, PocketGamer.biz hires new editor and account exec Regan leaves Indigo Pearl.
Codemasters’ F1 2016 has finished in pole position in its first week on shelves.
Wildly ambitious indie title No Man’s Sky has shot straight to the top of the boxed UK charts.
In a month where Pokémon Go dominated the media, sales of boxed video games plunged to an all-time low.
Warner Bros’ latest LEGO title, The Force Awakens, has claimed its fifth consecutive No.1 since launch.
Overwatch was the best-selling title at UK games retail last month.
Despite all of the hype surrounding Niantic’s latest mobile title, Pokémon was neither the most downloaded free game nor the highest-grossing iPhone release for the week ending July 17th.
Warner Bros’ latest LEGO game is just one week from equalling the franchise’s record for top spots in the UK charts.
The award highlighting the best UK title at Gamescom is returning for its fourth year.
For the third week in a row, LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens claims the top spot in the UK charts.
Warner Bros’ latest LEGO Star Wars title takes the top spot for the second week running.
UKIE boss Dr Jo Twist talks about the uncertainty that Brexit presents UK games businesses, the questions that need answering, and what we can do in the mean time
After the UK has voted to leave the EU, we have spoken to members of the UK games industry to see what happens next.
Warner Bros’ LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens has debuted at the top spot in the UK charts.
Doom is No.1 for the second week in a row, but it was an overall poor week for games retail.
The UK’s two big video games trade bodies have reacted to Britain’s shock decision to leave the EU.
Bethesda’s new Doom has ended Overwatch’s three-weeks at the top of the UK charts.
Next week, the UK will vote in the EU Referendum.
Games industry leaders Dr Jo Twist and Debbie Bestwick have been named in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List.
Blizzard’s new shooter IP Overwatch manages to maintain its position at the head of the UK Top 40 this week.
The final entry in Sony’s Uncharted franchise A Thief’s End has shot to the top spot in the UK charts, beating Week One sales records for the franchise.