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The UK government has today opened the call for industry feedback on its imminent tax break for games economic policy.
The money spent on games may be dwindling, but the time spent researching them certainly is not.
DVD and Blu-ray have already made more than £700m for UK retail this year.
The new super-slim PS3 is to be joined at retail by an invigorated PS3 Essentials range.
A free to visit public exhibition of video game art will feature in the closing week of this year’s London Games Festival.
Titles that support two Wii U GamePads simultaneously are expected to arrive in 2013.
The UK games retail market suffered its worst week on record last week. Again.
Nintendo’s inclusion of NFC technology in the Wii U GamePad has been skipped over by every title in the console’s launch line-up.
They said it was the summer of games – but only thanks to the Olympics. If you’re a games retailer, it has been a miserable few months, with the market ...
So Frank Gibeau does like single-player games after all.
EA Labels president Frank Gibeau has promised that EA will not abandon console publishing in the hunt for social and casual success.
Just what is going wrong amongst UK games retailers?
Streaming games company OnLive has been forced to publicly deny reports that it is on the brink of closure.
The struggle faced by UK retail has reached its lowest point to-date when just £8.18m was generated by software sales last week.
The Japanese market for social network games is expected to soar over the course of the current year.
ADD TO YOUR BOOKMARKS: Is the ‘are the games art?’ debate the most tedious in recorded human history? Perhaps.
The days of Satoru Iwata cowering behind the sofa at the mere mention of the internet are (mostly) behind us.
Three fully-fledged, profitable North American game stores for $3.5m?
Olympics fever was good news for publishers of Olympic-based games, but it wasn’t enough to save the UK games market from its worst performance ever last week.
UK games buyers have chosen the 20 games they think will be the biggest blockbusters this Christmas.
Former senior category manager for GAME Andy Pinder is to join HMV as its games category manager next month.
Violent video games are directly to blame for an increasing acceptance of violence in everyday society, an Australian police commissioner has claimed.
Zynga’s current crisis may have claimed its first high-profile games executive.
San Francisco based browser game developer Kixeye is in for a good day.
Freemium will become the dominant force throughout the global games industry, leading experts claim.