Entries in 'video games' (163)
Digital may be the industry’s biggest market, but consumers still prefer to buy games in a box.
The continued fragmentation of the Android market is an absolute nightmare for game developers and testing firms, QA experts have told Develop.
Rockstar’s Sam and Dan Houser are among the gaming newcomers in this year’s The Sunday Times Rich List.
Pre-owned game sales grew faster than new titles over Christmas, says data specialist Kantar Worldpanel.
An app designed to allow folk to swap their physical games has gone live on the Google Play Marketplace.
The UK games market plunged to its lowest figure all year last month as the number of new releases slowed dramatically.
Cable boxes may soon be able to stream and play a range of EA titles in North America.
Hunger Games film company Lionsgate has announced that it will be opening a game division.
Fewer games that are better and are only released when they're ready – that's the message coming from Marvel.
Both 3DS and Vita saw decent upturns in unit sales last week thanks to two big new Top Ten releases, the latest Japanese sales data from Famitsu reveals.
UK game industry trade body TIGA has criticised PEGI for its “punitive” pricing policy for game ratings that it claims is hurting small studios.
UK paper The Daily Mail has inevitably linked the tragic stabbing of a Leeds schoolteacher to video games.
Any and all events ever depicted in every Star Wars game ever made is no longer to be considered canon.
Nintendo boss Satoru Iwata has stressed that Nintendo should no longer be thought of as just a video games company.
Over the history of games there have been technology advancements that happened before their time.
It’s cheaper to buy a boxed game with a digital code inside than to just buy the code, says online retailer GamePointsNow.
Culture Minister Ed Vaizey says UKIE deserves credit for securing tax breaks for UK games developers.
George Osborne, the Chancellor of the Exchequer, praised the games industry at an event that marked the launch of the long-awaited tax breaks for video games development.
Are you British enough? Or specifically, is your game British enough to qualify for tax breaks?
The Treasury has now confirmed that developers will not be able to claim back games tax relief. The claiming period will officially begin from April 1st 2014.
Conservative MP and UK Chancellor George Osborne has said that today’s confirmation of video games tax breaks will create new jobs in the sector.
At long, long last UK video games tax breaks are upon us, but who is it precisely that qualifies?
Tax breaks for the UK video games industry are happening.
Once there were PCs. Then there were mobiles. Next there will be virtual reality.
As well as not ushering in tax breaks, last week’s Budget may have brought with it another bad piece of gaming news.