Entries in 'brands' (20)
Creditors of bankrupt publisher THQ have won their fight to block the company's sale to Clearwater Capital.
French publisher Ubisoft has stated that it would consider moving for some of THQ’s assets were the company’s troubles to deepen.
The perception that EA does little more than pump out mass-market sequels is unjust, owned studio DICE has argued.
Activision has revealed its intentions to become much more involved in the mobile space.
EA has confirmed that its paid-for multiplayer Battlefield 3 expansion Battlefield Premium has sold 800,000 subscriptions in its first two weeks.
Development legend and current Nintendo senior MD Shigeru Miyamoto has said that finding a new, big-hitting IP is the “solution” to Nintendo’s current financial troubles.
In news that could well agitate devoted Xbox followers as much as it excites commercial partners, Microsoft has unveiled a brand new interactive advertising platform for Kinect.
Electronic Arts gathered key retail and media partners in West London last week for its annual Showcase event, where it put the spotlight on its biggest releases for the year ...
THQ has announced an agreement with book publisher Random House.
The need to adapt to the increasingly digital games market was the driving force behind Namco Bandai's decision to combine its Games and Network divisions, US VP of marketing Carlson ...
Publisher Ubisoft has said that it is considering Kinect adaptations for all of the brands in its popular stable of IP.
New online publisher We R Interactive has gone live and is making some bold claims about what it sees as the future of digital games publishing.
Nickelodeon will release up to eight titles over the next year – but retailers shouldn’t expect games based on their new IPs just yet.
The mounting pressure on retail has been turned up another notch with news that THQ is planning up to six download-only titles within the next 12 months, some of which ...
Twelve of the 20 top grossing games in the UK App Store this week are based on console or PC brands.
The importance of new IP in the video games market has, contrary to popular opinion, grown over the current generation of machines according to a new report from analyst firm ...
Codemasters will ramp up its digital games output next year – as it brings sequels to its strongest franchises to market in a bid to grow its business.
Bobby Kotick, the boss of the world’s largest games publisher Activision Blizzard, has stated that the hunger for new ideas and IP in gaming is true of just a tiny ...