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BradyGames is closing the gap on the UK’s No.1 guide publisher by grabbing the rights to big titles like Grand Theft Auto V. Global strategy guide publisher Mike Degler tells ...
Activision has announced that Transformers: Fall of Cybertron will be released in the US on August 28th.
The average price of video games last year was £25.63.
Consumers who pre-order Far Cry 3 will get two extra missions and a weapon, Ubisoft has revealed in a new game trailer.
Murdoch owned satellite broadcaster Sky has unveiled a brand new streaming TV service that will be made available on consoles, tablets, PCs, connected TVs and mobile phones.
Marvel has confirmed that Captain America will be the last of its licenses to be published by Sega.
Sony has placed a free episode of American cartoon series South Park on the PlayStation store for Vita owners.
“There's no margin to be made on new releases anymore.” MCV hears this more and more from specialist stores every week.
Just when you thought there was no room left for new games publications, three have emerged during the last week alone.
It was September 2003 when THQ released Finding Nemo.
Photo expert Fujifilm wants to shake up the video games market.
2012 started brightly for games and consoles TV advertising. The first two full weeks produced remarkable year-on-year growth (52 per cent and 2,498 per cent).
Yes, says CEO Simon Fox, but there will be sacrifices. Christopher Dring visits HMV’s offices to find out how its attitude towards gaming has changed.
Commuters exploring ruins, a spa transforming into a boxing ring and a picnic that becomes a war – Sony continues its cinematic flair for platform launch ads.
Ubisoft has canned its licensed music game Strictly Come Dancing.
Sony’s PlayStation Vita will get a hefty functionality update this week ahead of its US and European launch later in the month.
Video games has become the second fastest growing TV advertising market in the UK, behind office equipment.
The average price of a boxed video game falls by almost a quarter after just 30 days on sale.
3D technology in the home has yet to achieve mass penetration in any sector. Sales of compatible TVs may be increasing, but they have yet to claim a majority of households.
Tomorrow will see the launch of Start, a new YouTube games channel by IGN Entertainment and TV producers Shine Group.
A welcome step towards open digital data has been made, with new regular UK XBLA and PSN download charts in the works.
The games industry is changing, and with it the jobs market.
Games and consoles TV advertising focused heavily on the broader family market in the week leading up to Christmas, as demonstrated by these Top Ten campaigns.