Entries in 'budget' (52)
As well as not ushering in tax breaks, last week’s Budget may have brought with it another bad piece of gaming news.
It may have missed The Budget, but tax breaks for UK games developers will go ahead, MCV can reveal.
The UK’s video games industry trade body says that tax breaks for video games developers remain a realistic hope.
The resources that ZeptoLab UK has put behind today’s release of Cut The Rope: Time Travel are really quite something.
Irrational Games boss Ken Levine has rubbished reports that BioShock: Infinite cost upwards of $200m to produce.
The new super-slim PS3 is to be joined at retail by an invigorated PS3 Essentials range.
Budget software company Cosmi has acquired THQ’s value-centric publishing and distribution division ValuSoft.
The Nintendo 3DS will get its first £19.99 RRP boxed game this summer.
UK publisher Focus Multimedia dominated the budget market in October 2011, achieving its largest ever market share in a single month.
SCEE chief Jim Ryan says a sub-£90 PSP will grow the platform’s audience and draw in the younger consumer.
You could run entire websites based around nothing but Apple rumours. Indeed, folk actually do.
GAMESCOM: In a surprise announcement, Sony has announced a new model of the PSP will be released this Autumn.
A range of simulation games has been released under Mastertronic’s new Just Sims label.
It may have hypnotised critics, but much like its spiritual predecessor Rez, recent release Child of Eden wasn’t such a hit at retail – a fact clearly not missed on ...
Budget specialist Focus Multimedia has a clear vision for growing its business, with new international markets, accessories and clever retail initiatives all part of the plan. Christopher Dring finds out ...
Ape Escape will make its PS3 debut on June 24th with a budget price tag.
Independent games retailers have urged the Government to make good on its promise to review the Channel Islands’ tax loophole.
Industry association UKIE says it is disappointed with the Treasury’s decision to again avoid introducing game development tax breaks in the UK.
The tax loophole that has for so long allowed key online retailers to offer cheaper games is under threat.
Australian smartphone game developer Firemint invested $2 million in building its high-end mobile game Real Racing 2, the studio has said.