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Nine retro Sega titles are being bundled for a retail release on 3DS.
One of the Oculus Rift’s earliest and brightest talismans has turned heel and backed a rival device.
Dominic Wheatley has a point to prove.
Just under ten years ago, Boris Johnson said that computer games rot the brain.
The omission of a controversial plotline from 3DS title Fire Emblem: Fates was purely driven to standard localisation practices, Nintendo has said.
Are you familiar with the word ‘crunch’?
A production company founded by Elijah Wood, Daniel Noah and Josh Waller is working with Ubisoft to produce virtual reality content.
Stand Up For GamesAid will return on Monday, May 9th at London’s The Comedy Store.
The ESL UK Premiership will now offer League of Legends teams from the United Kingdom and Ireland the chance to progress into the Challenger Series.
The PC community is once again up in arms about Warner Bros’ treatment of one of its key releases.
The Yo-Kai Watch anime series will be broadcast in the UK this spring.
Nintendo is releasing a special Zelda-themed New 3DS XL alongside the upcoming Hyrule Warriors: Legends.
The Swedish developer will work on a new Crossfire game for Western markets
The latest Game Developers Conference State of the Industry Survey has revealed a spike in interest in virtual reality within the games development community.
Publisher 505 Games says it is determined to develop its own brands going forward.
Watch out Supercell, casual mobile games giant King is making a move into the ’mid-core’ sector.
Curve Digital Entertainment boss Dominic Wheatley says movie licences could be a huge opportunity for smaller publishers.
A plotline that sees a lesbian drugged and tricked into falling in love with a man – yes, really – will not be included in the Western version of 3DS ...
In this week's MCV we sit down with Curve's new CEO, Dominic Wheatley and Chairman Stuart Dinsey to find out about the publisher's merger with Kuju.
The new London Games Festival is designed to support everyone in the UK games industry, not just those based in the capital.
With the release of LEGO Marvel’s Avengers, MCV takes a look at the newest Marvel merchandise on the market
Potty-mouthed TV chef Gordon Ramsey is the latest celebrity face to team up with mobile publisher Glu Mobile.
In 2015, the Brazilian video games market’s revenue reached $1.5bn (£1.02bn), with a 23 per cent growth compared to the previous year.
Steve Walker from Insane Games in Wells tells MCV about customers slightly shifting away from traditional video games, developing more business lines, and about his (high) expectations for virtual reality
Another day on MCVuk.com, another story about a company that has moved into publishing indie games.