Entries in 'british' (21)
A stonking 94 per cent of young UK adults have admitted that they would rather live without sex for a week than spend seven days away from their mobile phone, ...
The UK government has unveiled details of the cultural test for video games tax relief in its draft legislation released today.
The UK government has today opened the call for industry feedback on its imminent tax break for games economic policy.
Peter Molyneux says that he’s personally, and likely professionally, not that interested in retail releases of games any more.
A new Wii game built specifically for UK families launches in summer.
The iPad 3 is expected for release on March 7th, which has revealed 78 per cent of the UK believe Apple updates its products too often, according to discount website MyVoucherCodes.co.uk.
Is the Apple halo slipping? Although the firm sold 4m units of the iPhone 4S in its opening weekend, there is evidence of some disenchantment with its devices.
The British Red Cross has published an open letter to the European PlayStation community to give thanks for the support it offered following March's Japanese earthquake.
Capcom is targeting thousands of F1 fans as part of a new marketing drive for MotoGP 10/11.
With a hole of £500m in the High Street when it comes to games, I don’t think anyone expected fireworks from the end-of-year data.
The best UK gamers can win up to £30,000 in a new video game league.
3D may be the industry buzzword of 2010, but did you know a major proportion of the UK population can’t even see it?
Long-term servant of the games industry and current life president of Eidos Ian Livingstone was awarded a British Inspiration Award for his work in the interactive entertainment sector at this ...
GamesAid is one of many UK-based charities set to benefit from the inaugural British Inspiration Awards.
UK players of massively multiplayer online games spent £195m on them last year, a report has found.
Standout creatives from the British game industry are to be recognised during a new awards event backed by the three key party leaders.
Despite the British cinema industry enjoying its best 12 months in almost 30 years, the UK public spent around half a billion pounds more on gaming than it did movies ...
The British Video Association has lifted the lid on a significant new TV advertising campaign designed to highlight the growing high definition Blu-ray format this Christmas.