Entries in 'budget' (49)
The new UK coalition Government WILL NOT implement tax breaks for games production Chancellor George Osborne confirmed today.
Five-a-side footie game Pure Football has been given a lower RRP than usual – with a £29.99 price set by Ubisoft.
The last Budget of the current Government will provide tax help for the UK games industry, Chancellor Alistair Darling has said.
From February 25th Japanese consumers will be able to get their hands on a brand new range of budget Wii software, Nintendo of Japan has confirmed.
The UK government has again rejected calls for tax breaks in the game development sector.
The studio behind this year’s biggest game was offered a “ridiculous” development budget from the world’s biggest publisher; a budget big enough for the team to politely decline.
In its biggest statement of intention to date, platform holder Sony is to spend a massive £82m on its European marketing push for its RRP reduced and redesigned PS3 Slim.
Publisher Konami is to reissue a number of its most popular PS2 titles from some of its top games brands in the UK, it has been confirmed.
Rockstar’s next-gen opus Grand Theft Auto IV is getting the budget treatment in Japan with news that the Capcom published title is to be ushered in to the PlayStation Best ...
Publisher Ubisoft has announced that light-hearted brawler Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle: Smash Up will be released for the Nintendo Wii on September 25th in the UK and Europe.
Games industry group Tiga has slammed the Labour government for “failing again to back one of the principal creative industries of the future.”
A daring and contentious budget speech by UK Chancellor of the Exchequer Alistair Darling was punctuated with an interesting promise: the UK economy is set to grow at the start ...
Game interest group Tiga has called on the government to introduce a set of schemes in the forthcoming budget that could aid the game development sector.
SCEA’s Chris Eden has lifted the lid on something called the Sony Pub Fund – a new scheme that sees the platform holder contribute to a game’s development costs in ...