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F1 2012 can be yours for just £29.99 – as long as you’re a member of the Blockbuster VIP Games Club.
It has been five years since Codemasters’ acclaimed racer hit the tracks. MCV speaks to the team to discuss the game's legacy, new tech and why Grid 2 has taken ...
Next year’s Grid 2 will represent the biggest investment British publisher Codemasters has ever made in a video game.
Despite being the latest publisher to brave the wrath of the ferocious online games community, Codemasters is sticking by its guns.
Codemasters has finally lifted the lid on the next game in its acclaimed Grid series.
F1 2012 is not the only Formula One game coming to retail this year – with Codemasters preparing an over-the-top spin-off for Christmas.
While Codemasters is officially working on F1 2012 for the fall, a new report claims the racing developer is also working on GRID 2 for release sometime after.
Ubisoft assaults the FPS market with the long-awaited return of its flagship Tom Clancy shooter.
Codemasters’ decision to abandon the shooter genre was made last September.
Codemasters will leave behind the action genre to focus solely on racing games.
Warner Brothers International Entertainment has signed a deal for the distribution, sales, and marketing of the complete 2012 Codemasters lineup in North and South America.
The next iteration in Codemasters' hit F1 series will be on the retail grid this September.
Publishers Codemasters, Konami and 1C have weighed in on the trouble engulfing GAME.
A new multi-year agreement has been agreed between Codemasters and motorsport body F1.
David Solari has joined Cambridge publisher Jagex as chief marketing officer.
MCV has been told that Codemasters racer F1 2011 will belatedly arrive on the PlayStation Vita store shortly.
Codemasters is releasing a new boxed destruction-based entry in its popular Dirt driving franchise in May 2012, titled Dirt Showdown.
As hinted at yesterday, ‘80s British games icon Dizzy is set to return.
Cult ‘80s retro gaming IP Dizzy is on the verge of a return to gaming.
The schemes have their critics, but Codemasters says publishers had no choice but to introduce Online Passes.
Codemasters will release a 3DS version of successful racer F1 2011 on November 25th in the UK and Europe.
Codemasters has announced that it is “proposing to retire” its Guildford based development studio.