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Lionhead’s creative director Gary Carr has confessed that the internet backlash to Microsoft’s E3 2011 reveal of Fable: The Journey had a bit effect on the Guilford studio.
Microsoft intentionally let the Kinect controller take a backseat at E3.
The PC doesn’t matter at E3… if you’re looking for razzmatazz, that is.
“One of the things that, on one hand, I love and, on the other hand, that troubles me tremendously about not only our fanbase but about the gaming community at ...
It may not be a big name in the West, but GREE has ambitions to one day open E3 with its own press conference.
The cancellation of Inside Xbox has been described as logical by Xbox Europe interactive entertainment VP Chris Lewis.
Microsoft has said that consumers can expect its new SmartGlass technology to be incorporated into every first party title following its autumn release.
It's unfair to judge the games businesses that effectively run E3 based on the presentation for its products.
There was a time when Sony wouldn’t stop talking about 3D. That time was a long time ago.
The Next Xbox may be just around the corner, but Microsoft Studios boss Phil Spencer has predicted that the Xbox 360 has over 24 months of live left in it.
Crysis developer Crytek has apparently claimed that it is to become a free-to-play only studio.
A Wii U version of The Legend of Zelda is currently in the research and development phase at Nintendo.
MCV picks the games, platforms, people and services that made the Los Angeles show worthwhile...
E3 has closed its doors, but don't panic – everything you need to know about this year's video games extravaganza is right here on MCVuk.com.
California dreams of broadening the games audience were put on hold in LA this week – as all of the industry’s major players knuckled down on their core titles.
Legendary UK designer (and former Microsoft exec) Peter Molyneux and Microsoft marketing exec Yusuf Mehdi have both found time to question the viability of the Wii U.
As so it begins. Sony has lashed out at rivals Microsoft and Nintendo for neglecting the core gamer in their respective E3 presentations.
Sony Worldwide Studios president Shuhei Yoshida has admitted that cloud gaming could very well play a part in PlayStation’s immediate future.
Following on from Part 1 yesterday, MCV continues its discussion with Sony Worldwide Studios President Shuhei Yoshida.
Cloud gaming provider OnLive has not given up hope of its iOS app going live – despite submitting it to Apple six months ago.
Messages posted no Nintendo’s new social media Miiverse could face a delay of around 30 minutes before appearing online.
Microsoft Game Studios’ corporate VP Phil Spencer has admitted that the future of gaming lies in the clouds.
Gaikai boss David Perry has denied that his company is in talks with Sony over either a streaming games deal or a takeover.
EA CEO John Riccitiello may have unintentionally given the middle finger to Nintendo and key third party rivals.
EA Labels president Frank Gibeau has said that E3 2012 is the first chapter in the next-gen story.