Entries in 'appeal' (16)
Former Epic and Gears of War man Cliff Bleszinski has published an open letter to Fez creator Phil Fish appealing for the outspoken dev to return to the games industry.
Appeal S.A, has purchased the rights to Outcast from Atari Europe.
Major games publishers are turning their backs on TV advertising.
The Digital Economy Act anti file-sharing legislation received a boost as the Court of Appeal upheld an earlier High Court ruling that backed the DEA.
The Quebec Court of Appeal has overturned a Ubisoft injunction against THQ which sought to block the latter from soliciting staff from the French publisher.
The key to rejuvenating the 3DS in the market place could be a return to the mainstream markets, Nintendo has said.
UK internet service providers BT and TalkTalk have lost their challenge against the Government's Digital Economy Act.
The launch line-up may be packed with core-focused titles, but Ubisoft believes the 3DS will be as big a hit with the masses as the original DS.
The men behind Swedish file-sharing site The Pirate Bay have lost their latest appeal against their prosecution for piracy.
Move is unlikely to be a massive sales success on day one when it lands in the UK on September 17th – instead, Sony believes that the device will sell ...
Microsoft’s mixed message over its ambitions to market the Kinect motion cameras to the traditional hardcore Xbox 360 audience continues.
Rockstar has high hopes for the upcoming Red Dead Redemption, but US analyst Michael Pachter has questioned whether it will become the blockbuster that publisher 2K Games intends.
Sony’s American CEO Jack Tretton has spoken the anticipated mass-market appeal of his company recently revealed PlayStation Move controller – whilst going to great strengths to assert the accessory’s hardcore ...
It was once a genre that was the reserve of obsessives and teenage boys, but the RPG is now mainstream – and Square Enix believes that its promotional tie-in with ...
Platform holder Nintendo is to back the appeal of prosecutors who have said they intend to challenge a recent court ruling from a French judge in favour of Flash card ...
The Advertising Standards Authority will not uphold complaints against charity-backed ads which implied video games are a health risk, MCV understands.