Entries in 'games media' (22)
IHS games analyst Steve Bailey asks if we need to be concerned about the sheer extent of hostility that can sometimes face people who work in the games media.
GameTrailers may not be quite as dead as previously thought.
Popular PC mod and patch site GameFront is going to be shutting its doors at the end of April.
IGN Japan has launched today.
The specialist press is the most trusted source for video games opinion in Britain.
As digital continues to evolve, IGN’s UK editor-in-chief Alex Simmons tells MCV about the importance of being present on various platforms to remain pertinent and broaden its audience
Future’s PC Gamer website has smashed its monthly visitor records.
Media firm Candy Banana wants to grow its VideoGamer brand across the world.
The games media is in the middle of a considerable change.
You have until 5pm today (Friday, August 14th) to put forward your nominations for this year’s Games Media Awards.
The last year saw huge changes for Future’s output, with the closure of CVG and the combination of its remaining games brands into GamesRadar+.
PC Gamer’s Tom Senior talks about bringing the platform back to E3
Curse VP of global sales Nathan Lindberg reveals the firm’s unique approach to covering E3 – and how it kept its fans happy
June was the biggest month ever in Gamer Network's history – following five consecutive months of record-breaking traffic.
IGN’s UK editor-in-chief Alex Simmons lifts the curtain on the media giant’s record-breaking coverage of this year’s E3
VideoGamer.com head of video production Simon Miller explains how the site’s comedic approach to E3 helped it stand out from the crowd
Media brand Vice is significantly scaling up its games editorial team, the firm says.
Games media giant GameSpot has promoted Rob Crossley to UK editor.
Lights, camera, action: IGN, GameSpot, Eurogamer, Yogscast and Videogamer on their approaches to video
Every major games media firm is investing serious money in video as the YouTube generation takes over.
Earlier this month, Eurogamer made the decision to get rid of numerical scores from its reviews.
Once upon a time, the traditional media was the gatekeeper for information about video games.
Back in 2006, games media giant IGN decided it was time to move beyond its US borders and try to take on the world.