Entries in 'future' (46)
GameMaster editor Matthew Pellett has been named editor of PlayStation: The Official Magazine.
Future UK has appointed former tech and games boss Nial Ferguson as its new managing director.
Former Games TM editor Samuel Roberts is the new editor of Future mag PC Gamer.
Freestyle footballers, zombies, Romans and Plan B took Leicester Square by storm last month to usher in the Xbox One.
Three former writers from Future’s Linux Format magazine have set up a crowdfunding effort to establish a rival title.
The grand return of XCOM may be over if no one buys next week’s expansion pack Enemy Within, says developer Firaxis.
The UK’s best-selling video game magazine will be relaunched in time for the arrival of Xbox One.
Activision doesn’t like to make things easy for itself.
Last week was a big week for Xbox One in the UK.
Independent retailer Green Man Gaming has been named as headline sponsor at this year’s Golden Joystick Awards.
Future Publishing has announced that Zillah Byng-Maddick will become its new chief financial officer next month.
Xbox 360 does have a future beyond the launch of Xbox One, says Microsoft.
Future CEO Mark Wood has confirmed in an internal memo this morning that the company is to cut approximately 55 jobs.
Future Publishing has opened voting for this year's Golden Joystick Awards – and it's indie smash hit Hotline Miami that could clean up.
It’s an unwritten rule that all articles about Eve Online must start by waxing lyrical about ‘real stories’ from the game’s universe.
The president of SCE Worldwide Studios has perhaps for the first time admitted that question marks hang over the long-term future of PlayStation Vita.
Microsoft’s former games VP Ed Fries has warned big publishers that a digital gaming future could result in their demise
Future Publishing says the depreciated games market has hurt its growth. I'm not convinced that's true.
Specialist games magazine publisher Future is planning more cuts, it has warned in a new trading updated.
Future has reorganised its senior management team for film and games.
Acclaimed developer Patrice Desilets doesn’t believe the recent furore over the Xbox One’s digital strategy will halt the march toward a disc-less future.