Entries in 'Gamescom' (64)
Gamescom organiser Koelnmesse has opened press accreditation for this year’s show.
Following a record-breaking Gamescom 2015, MCV speaks to the event’s project manager Tim Endres about what we can expect from this year’s Cologne-based trade show.
Those planning on attending this year’s Gamescom have until Thursday, March 31st to secure their tickets at the early bird rate.
The organiser of Gamescom has reported an impressive start to its 2016 show.
Next week’s PlayStation conference has made Paris Games Week part of the global calendar, but don’t expect it to become a Gamescom rival, organiser SELL has told MCV.
The Gamescom numbers defied the experience somewhat.
MCV is back from Gamescom - but what did we find out at this year's show?
The number of visitors at this year’s Gamescom rose year-on-year.
Mobile games giant Gree believes that establishing a new studio from scratch is more costly in the long run than acquiring them.
The world of eSports needs to improve its regulations to cut down on abusive and offensive behaviour from certain pro-gamers.
Scientists propose that dinosaurs likely had feathers – but Studio Wildcard says it will continue to focus on scaly lizards because feathers are ‘really hard to do’.
Developer Dontnod was trying to sell Square Enix a different game before deciding to show them Life Is Strange as an afterthought.
Train Simulator firm Dovetail Games has announced a deal with Microsoft to bring some of its future games to Xbox One and Windows 10.
Street Fighter V is set to become the biggest title in the eSports fighting scene, if Capcom has its way.
Creative Assembly’s Halo strategy game will not resemble its smash-hit Total War franchise, the developer has told MCV @ Gamescom.
The third and final MCV @ Gamescom magazine for this year's show in Cologne is available for you to read – for free – right now.
The second MCV @ Gamescom Daily is available for you to read for free right this second.
Rock Band will finally crack Europe this year, publisher Mad Catz has told MCV @ Gamescom.
The current generation of handheld games consoles will persist for up to another three years in Europe and the US, publisher NISA has predicted.
Ninja Theory says games companies need to tackle difficult topics if the industry wants to be held in the same regard as other forms of entertainment.
Xbox boasts that it has a game to suit every European territory.
Forza Motorsport 6 will be the biggest and most realistic entry in the series yet, says Turn 10 Studios content director John Wendl.
Activision says its new Skylanders game will compete with the likes of Hot Wheels and Corgi.
Homefront: The Revolution is still alive and kicking, and looks to be set for release next year.
Quantum Break is coming to Xbox One next April.