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Apple’s shadow over the video games market is there for all to see. We look at how its TV footprint compares to other games publishers'.
The rumoured NeoGeo portable is real and will launch in Q2 2012. UPDATED: New picture and revised game list.
We investigate the target demographics for the Top Ten TV game campaigns of 2012, up to February 19th.
The steady drop in market value and unit sales continued last week, with UK games retail shifting nine per cent fewer games week-on-week.
Read and remember these stats so you can sound clever at the next Monday morning meeting.
MCV takes a closer look at some of the leading video game suppliers, with an update on what each company has achieved over the past year.
You'd think distribution would be a less exciting part of the games industry, but you’d be wrong.
The Nintendo 3DS will get its first £19.99 RRP boxed game this summer.
2012 games and consoles TV activity up to February 12th has remained fairly static year-on-year, with a three per cent decline in individual TVRs.
The launch of PlayStation Vita wasn’t enough to prevent a drop in sales last week, though a handful of exclusive games made it into the All Formats Top 40.
Streaming games service OnLive has joined forces with the 14th Annual Independent Games Festival to promote some of the games expected to star at the event.
The UK’s leading games retailer GAME will be stocking Ubisoft’s Vita launch games from tomorrow.
“There's no margin to be made on new releases anymore.” MCV hears this more and more from specialist stores every week.
Just when you thought there was no room left for new games publications, three have emerged during the last week alone.
Consumers who buy from Zavvi.com can now earn loyalty points, giving them money off future purchases.
California was forced to pick up the legal fees for a Supreme court case regarding legislation to fine retailers for selling minors games deemed violent.
Shooter Spec Ops: The Line will hit UK shelves in June with a host of pre-order bonuses, 2K Games has announced.
It was September 2003 when THQ released Finding Nemo.
UK retailer GAME will not be selling any of Ubisoft’s PlayStation Vita launch titles.
Photo expert Fujifilm wants to shake up the video games market.
Sony has at last released the complete UK digital launch line-up for PlayStation Vita and, interestingly, Sony has chosen not to mirror its overseas strategy and has priced the digital ...
Sony’s PlayStation Vita comes to market this Wednesday with a stellar launch line-up that should appeal to a wide range of fans.