Entries in 'analysis' (75)
Some surprises are always kept secret, and some expected announcements seem to disappear into nothingness.
Before March this year, GAME and Gamestation were by far the UK’s biggest pre-owned game retailers.
Price promotions are an industry staple, but few have got the trade talking like Microsoft’s latest offer.
Jonathan Chambers, AV manager at media planning and buying specialist Generation Media, looks at how much impact publishers and platform holders have had on TV advertising so far, how this ...
Parker Consulting analyst Nick Parker casts his eyes over GAME Group and looks at the reasons behind its initial fall into administration...
In this new regular segment with insight from leading stat-trackers, Chart-Track director Dorian Bloch reveals the Top Five best-selling video games brands in the UK...
Those plasticine aficionados over at Aardman must be on cloud nine right now.
It was E3 2005 when Alan Wake was first unveiled.
GAME’s Spring Clean sale has certainly proved popular with customers. But has it helped or hindered GAME’s current plight?
It’s easy to see Phil Harrison’s appointment as the boss of Microsoft Studios Europe as a vanity signing.
Flight simulators have been around since the early days of computer games, with the first one landing around 30 years ago.
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.
MCV wants a digital download chart.
It was supposed to be the fight that would define the year. Call of Duty had met its match. For the first time ever, the game was to go up against ...
At last, UK games retail has reason to cheer following a strong month of sales. But November wasn’t all about Call of Duty:?Modern Warfare 3 and Assassin’s Creed:?Revelations.
Last week The Telegraph ran the headline ‘Can GAME Group survive?’ It was a sensational headline, not entirely based on the facts of the situation, and as GAME Group CEO ...
Battlefield 3 sold really well. Modern Warfare 3 sold really, REALLY well. But who won the war?
It was in May 2008 when the world’s biggest electricals retailer announced its UK invasion.
This week we’re going to look at playing habits for Call of Duty using the GameVision Brand Map.
Pundits will have you believe the next generation of games hardware won’t arrive until 2013 or later. However last week, at 12.01am on September 22nd, a fifth home gaming format ...
If you had the envious responsibility of launching a huge title such as Call of Duty into the market, which other video game franchises would you say are its primary competition?
I don’t think anyone saw this coming. And if they say they did, they’re either really clever or a liar.
I'm beginning to think Satoru and Reggie glimpsed a bit of my script before they took to the stage.