Entries in 'european' (65)
Saturo Iwata accepted responsibility for lower than expected international sales of the 3DS.
Sony may be looking to break with tradition with the PS4, but one old habit could rear its ugly head.
NCsoft has revealed that recent MMO release Guild Wars 2 has topped the software charts in ten separate European countries.
Games advertising company Intergi has opened a new European HQ in London.
Digital download retailers have called in the lawyers following a shock EU decision that could legitimise second-hand sales in the download space.
Steam will not introduce any functionality to allow gamers to sell on products they buy digitally, it has said.
Publisher’s hopes of illegalising the sale of pre-owned software have been dashed after the European Court of Justice ruled that the practice is legitimate.
As part of its investor presentation last night, Nintendo revealed that Sony’s PS3 has taken control of the European hardware market since the turn of the year.
Namco Bandai has united its Western teams in a bid to replicate its Japanese success across other markets.
3DS owners can now access free Wi-Fi at over 5,000 hotspots across Europe thanks to a deal with free-hotspot.com.
The Xbox 360 versions of Jurassic Park: The Game won’t be released in Europe until 2012, developer Telltale Games has announced.
PS3 platform holder Sony has predicted a “huge impact’ to its earnings as a result of the deepening European financial crisis.
The European version of the Star Wars: The Old Republic beta has been delayed.
Total lifetime sales of Sony’s PS3 have now passed the 22m unit mark in European territories.
Nintendo of Europe has confirmed it will be reducing the European trade price of 3DS to retailers by around a third from 12th August 2011.
Trade body UKIE has praised the news that eBay could be accountable for its users selling counterfeit goods.
Free-to-play online games publisher Bigpoint has hired a second CEO to handle business at the firm’s Hamburg office.
A clear picture of the total number of consoles sold in Europe has emerged today.
EA has confirmed that racer Shift 2: Unleashed will be released in the UK on March 25th.
Nintendo has confirmed that the WiiMote Plus will be launched in Europe and the UK on November 5th.
Publisher Sega has admitted that it has in the past been over-enthusiastic with its forecasting, resulting the perception that its titles have failed to deliver as expected.
Momentum may be slowing, but Nintendo’s Wii continues to break European sales records.
In an exclusive interview with MCV, MTV’s general manager and executive VP Scott Guthrie has admitted that the publisher is not satisfied with the performance of the Rock Band franchise ...
The European Commission has revealed details of the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA), which is designed to help combat piracy.