Entries in 'video games' (184)
Last week was a big week for Xbox One in the UK.
Creative Skillset is asking game industry professionals to provide feedback on matters affecting the sector.
Making a next-gen console time takes four times the development resources than a current-gen game, Sony studio Guerrilla has claimed.
EA’s FIFA 14 has held off Grand Theft Auto V to claim its second week as the UKIE Gfk Chart-Track All Formats No.1.
Last month, The Mirror ran a report blaming Call of Duty for a massacre at a Washington Navy base. Professor Mark Griffiths, the director of the International Gaming Research Unit ...
The three stars behind GTA V protagonists Franklin, Michael and Trevor have justified the violence in Rockstar’s hugely successful game.
For the first time in the history of Ofcom’s Children and Parents Media Use and Attitudes Report a decline in UK console ownership has been discovered.
5.17m boxed games were sold in the UK last month, as the games industry returned to growth for the first time in years.
One of modern gaming’s most familiar names has passed away.
Jules Williams, consumer retail analyst at Kantar Worldpanel, discusses whether the next generation of consoles has what it takes to restore the games industry...
Olivier Wolff talks a lot about relevance. And for good reason.
The founder and chairman of troubled social games giant Zynga has made a startling admission.
There’s much excitement online this week as Valve detailed more of its battleplan to get Steam a space in the living room.
Industry trade body UKIE said it would like to explore a closer relationship with its counterpart Tiga at its Annual General Meeting today.
There have been numerous calls from ...
Sony’s Gamescom press conference ended with a flurry of announcements. Price cuts for PS3 and Vita. New PlayStation Plus offers. That all-important PS4 release date.
The five charities that will receive a share of the £260,000 raised by games industry charity GamesAid have been named.
Phil Harrison has said that a digital-only future for the games industry is an inevitability.
The console and mobile games markets are very different beasts. But that isn’t stopping the industry’s biggest publishers bringing their blockbusters to the small screen.
The physical market is not in decline, Xbox Live product manager Pav Bhardwaj has stated.
A YouGov poll has revealed that the majority of Britons believe that video games violence can be a catalyst for real-world violence.
One of the more unusual video games retailers has abandoned the sector.
One day after the release of Grand Theft Auto V, the UK’s national press has seemingly resumed its attack on gaming.
A group from the UK games industry has today established Dev Union, which hopes to encourage debate around the establishment of a UK trade union for those in the games ...
There's reason to be excited ahead of next week's Grand Theft Auto V launch.
Call of Duty: Ghosts has been installed as the favourite to claim the UK Christmas No.1 title by William Hill.