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In the third instalment of this weekly feature, we look at the overall advertising activity for video games on TV this year up to July 4th.
Casual games firm PopCap has announced a global deal with Sony Ericsson to pre-load ‘Games by PopCap’ onto its Xperia mini and Xperia mini pro models.
Integrating 3D visuals into a game without ensuring that the functionality adds something to the gameplay experience is potentially damaging, Sony’s 3D chief Mick Hocking has stated.
One US analyst had rubbished Microsoft’s belief that its first party Xbox 360 titles are “superior” to the catalogues offered by either Nintendo or Sony.
A game narrative expert has urged studios to stop forcing human drama into established game templates, claiming the approach has consistently proven to be flawed.
Long-serving games journalist Colin Campbell has been appointed as IGN’s new head of news and features.
SouthPeak Interactive has teamed up with a new publishing label to drive its digital business forward.
MCV's annual High Street directory provides an overview of every buying team for each key UK video games retailer, as well as up-to-date store counts, company profiles and contact details.
Nintendo’s 3DS handheld has been held back by a lack of quality launch titles, Nintendo’s president Saturo Iwata has admitted.
In a new weekly feature, we look at the overall advertising activity for video games on TV.
Peripherals manufacturer Mad Catz has signed a publishing agreement with Microsoft to produce games for Xbox 360.
Record label EMI is turning its Now! That’s What I Call Music compilations into a Wii game, MCV can reveal.
A new report from games market research firm Newzoo has revealed that the majority of UK nationals are now active gamers.
From Nintendo to Bethesda and BioWare to Epic, LulzSec hit some of the biggest names in our industry.
In an interview with MCV, the EMEA VP of Xbox Chris Lewis has said that Kinect implementation in core Xbox 360 games will not happen simply for the sake of ...
After the jostling for podium positions at E3, OnLive has declared itself “the fourth platform” – and predicted that it will soon be No.1 for core gaming.
Internet and corporate giant Google looks to be very much on track for its long-rumoured assault on the games market.
Cowen & Company's Doug Creutz has predicted that EA will slip drop a place in the casual and social games market within the next few weeks, with German company Wooga ...
Retailer HMV has launched an impressively innovative 3DS offer for customers.
Retailer ShopTo has become the first outlet to offer an RRP for PlayStation Vita software, pegging the price at £39.99.
Amongst other things, publisher Activision is notable amongst its competitors right now for its decision not to rush into the social gaming market.
Nintendo's upcoming Wii U will be a far "friendlier" platform to traditional hardcore gamers and publishers who release games for that audience.
Despite grabbing lots of the E3 headlines with its impressive showing of the new Tomb Raider game, a senior Square Enix exec has said that this year's show has painted ...