Entries in 'christmas' (148)
Apple has seemingly conquered the hearts and minds of US consumers this Christmas ahead of the games industry.
The Nintendo 3DS had a tough start to life, but the handheld’s story has barely begun with its biggest blockbusters still to come. MCV looks at why the much talked ...
Entertainment specialist HMV will launch its Christmas campaign next week.
We’re used to the absurd PR merry-go-round that is the betting for Christmas No.1, but even by those standards this is a bit odd.
Microsoft, Nintendo, Ubisoft and Gem are among the companies already signed up to this year's MCV/Xbox Xmas Quiz, taking place on December 1st at London's Sway Bar.
Sales of December’s Star Wars: The Old Republic won’t be counted towards the Christmas No.1.
With so many massive titles due out between now and Christmas, publishers will be calling out to gamers and gifters through some equally gargantuan campaigns. MCV provides a complete rundown ...
Big money being pledged on Q4 drive; Bethesda is reaching the mainstream
The UK games industry is digging deep in a bid to turn around a difficult year for boxed sales.
Nearly half of game retail’s annual revenues will come from just one fifth of the calendar year.
EA CFO Eric Brown has told investors that the company is unlikely to announce a release date for BioWare MMO Star Wars: The Old Republic until the end of October.
Sega has announced a limited edition Sonic Generations game will come packed with a plethora of Sonic goodies when it arrives later this year.
Mamma Mia – here they go again. Ubisoft has just confirmed it's added an Abba dancing game to its roster of licensed music titles.
The tools are in place to ensure 3DS has a very merry Christmas, says Nintendo.
SPECIAL REPORT: Half of all UK software revenues this year will come from a top-tier of select games - releases that might just offset a six month decline in the ...
Our three leading stories in this week's edition of MCV magazine paint a pretty clear picture of the flux gaming currently finds itself. The traditional retail market continues to shrink. It’s ...
The announcement of the Wii U may mean that Wii's time left on the market has suddenly become finite, but Nintendo boss Satoru Iwata believes there's plenty of sales opportunities ...
All the pieces are in place for Nintendo's 3DS to offer a strong High Street resurgence this Christmas, according to Ubisoft's UK boss Rob Cooper.
Xbox 360 and Windows platform holder Microsoft has reported its best ever quarterly earnings for the three months ending December 31st.
Ray Sharma, founder of Canadian mobile developer XMG Studio, had some stern words of criticism for EA Mobile and Apple at the Mobile Games Forum in London today.