Entries in 'games' (1281)
Tesco's non-food sales for H1 2010 have increased 2.5 per cent year-on-year in the UK.
One of the more questionable aspects of OnLive’s business strategy has been dropped with confirmation that the cloud computing provider will no longer ask users to pay a monthly subscription.
The Brit behind one of the largest kids games sites in the world says the industry is short on business heroes.
One of the most recognisable and respected writers in global games journalism has confirmed that is to leave the industry as of today.
PopCap CEO Dave Roberts has blasted social gaming giant Zynga, claiming that the Peggle company's quality of product ultimately betters the FarmVille outfit's business model.
It’s “something of a chicken and egg thing”. That’s the challenge that Microsoft faces with the Kinect motion camera, according to EA’s European senior VP Jens Uwe Intat.
It’s one of the better known supposed ‘facts’ about Bobby Kotick – he doesn’t like games. But the Activision boss has come out and denied the claims, saying that being ...
Erstwhile Future publisher Richard Keith has set up a new online games media company, called The Games Tribe.
A new section of the Apple website dedicated to video games has gone live.
A new report from American stat analysis group NPD suggests that the value of digital PC games market is now far greater than the boxed sector.
Casual gaming giant PopCap will expand its business into Asia after striking a new partnership with local publisher NCsoft.
Slow sales of video games and aggressive competitor discounting has seen HMV’s profits slow for the 19 week period ending September 4th.
Google is continuing to invest heavily in social gaming firms ahead of a widely expected reveal of its new games division.
UK broadcaster Channel 4 has commissioned a number of new games based on some of its most popular TV IP.
Platform holder Microsoft has opened Gamescom 2010 with a serious statement of intent about what appear to be its very real ambitions for gaming on Windows Phone 7.
The reliance of traditional publishers on bricks and mortar business has left them powerless to fend off the advances of the growing advances of the social and browser game sector, ...
Though it’s never likely to emerge as a games platform to rival the likes of iPad or the DS, Amazon has released two games that are compatible with its Kindle ...
US games retail giant GameStop wants to exploit the crossover between ‘core’ gamers at retail and ‘casual’ gamers playing online.
Blizzard has told MCV that the development of a new game for consoles remains a possibility.
In what can only be described as a hugely significant move, video games retailer GameStop has acquired leading online Flash games portal Kongregate.