Entries in 'gamers' (44)
Need for Speed: The Run hits stores in November and this time things are a little different for the franchise. We take a look at gamers' playing patterns.
With the Move patch for LittleBigPlanet going live recently, GameVision looks at the ongoing success of this relatively recent IP.
It’s only a few weeks now until Gears of War 3 is released. Over the three years since the previous game in the series, the term 'Added Value' is the tag ...
Microsoft has reasserted that developers are not being forced to incorporate Kinect functionality into their Xbox 360 games and that Kinect functionality will not be forced on core gamers.
Video games have the most devoted following of any entertainment medium. Gamers queue for days to pick up new blockbusters at launch. They furiously defend their favourite games from criticism. And ...
The rising market in what stat trackers NPD 'digital gamers' is threatening to overthrow hardcore gamers as the most active segment in the market.
You are your own worst enemy. Well, probably not YOU. Obviously the vast majority of MCVuk.com readers are of sane mind and valiant heart. And will be rewarded in the ...
A World of Warcraft player spent an average of 21 hours per day playing the online game.
A study by US analyst Cowen & Company has said that fear of buying a scratched disk, missing out on the in-game manual or simply the urge to own new ...
With year-on-year comparison continuing to paint a picture of gradual decline in the home console games sector, analyst Cowen & Company has named the high RRP of console hardware as ...
Internet powerhouse and social networking leader Facebook has outlined a range of initiatives that it hopes will arrest the slowdown of gaming growth on the website.
Nintendo believes that its new sleek black Wii console can single-handedly lure hard-to-reach consumers back into gaming.
Recent research shows that Great Britain has more online and console gamers than any other territory in Europe.
The latest TNS data shows that gamers aged between 25 and 34 years old spend the most money on games in the UK.