Entries in 'emi' (14)
The $8m lawsuit against Def Jam Rapstar producer 4mm Games has left the firm “starved for money” and its fate uncertain.
Record label EMI is suing the developers of music game Def Jam Rapstar in an $8m lawsuit for allegedly not obtaining song rights.
It’s not just games retail that is waiting for the Grand Theft Auto V style cash cow – music publishers see the release as a big opportunity too.
Nintendo kicks off this month's new releases with the 3DS debut of its ever-popular Mario Kart series.
Music games are among the biggest sellers on the market, and yet few are the result of a direct collaboration between games publishers and record labels.
HMV has recruited former Asda chief Mark Hodgkinson as marketing and e-commerce director.
Now That’s What I Call Music: Dance and Sing will hit shelves for Wii on November 11th with a revised name.
Tubby Games has signed a distribution deal with Koch Media for its first release, Now! That’s What I Call Music: The Game.
Tubby Games has delved into the catalogue of hits from EMI, one of the world’s leading record labels, for its first release, Now! That’s What I Call Music: The Game.
A saving grace of the declining market and associated Wii slow-down has been the resurgence around music games. Activision may have sworn off its take on the category (over-priced DLC ...
Record label EMI is turning its Now! That’s What I Call Music compilations into a Wii game, MCV can reveal.
Record giant EMI has called on game makers to feature more new artists in titles such as Rock Band and Guitar Hero to attract the younger user.