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This past week has been a busy one for Microsoft, with lots of Xbox developments both in India and globally. Elsewhere, Sony readies Move Street Cricket 2 for release and ...
This week saw KPMG releasing its annual outlook on the Indian games industry; EA Hyderabad saw job cuts on account of global restructuring in the publisher’s social games business; and ...
Sony has finally begun manufacturing PS3 games in India, with the first lot of locally manufactured games set to hit stores by the end of the month.
Several employees at EA’s Hyderabad studio have been laid off following yesterday’s news that the publisher was pulling the plug on some of its social games.
The Indian games industry grew to Rs 15 billion ($277m) in 2012, recording a growth of 16% over the previous year, the Indian Media and Entertainment Industry Report 2013 has ...
This latest MCV – which is now available to view online – details all of the hottest releases coming in the next few months, including The Last of Us and Remember Me.
PSN purchases from India have gone up by 30 per cent since Sony launched the web version of the PlayStation Store, the company has revealed.
In a surprise move, Gameloft has shut down its Hyderabad studio, resulting in a loss of around 200 jobs.
Most major games arrive in the UK with a bang: often a star-studded launch party, some form of high-profile PR stunt and a slew of midnight openings.
Starhawk, the PS3 exclusive from Lightbox Interactive, which was originally set for release in India today, will now be delayed by up to two weeks, Sony has confirmed.
According to the FICCI-KPMG Indian Media and Entertainment Industry Report 2012, the Indian games business was valued at 13bn Rupees ($259m) in 2011 – up 30 per cent.
The games industry’s biggest names are currently plotting a path into one of the fastest growing regions in the world of modern gaming.
Japanese publisher Square Enix is looking to establish a presence in India.
An Indian games retailer hopes to have over 150 outlets in operation by 2015.
The Walt Disney Company has obtained a controlling stake in UTV including the media firm’s games publishing arm UTV Ignition.
The video game tie-in for upcoming Hindi sci-fi movie Ra.One will be published for PS2 and PS3 by Sony Computer Entertainment Europe.
Sony India has put God of War III on sale six days earlier than planned in an attempt to prevent import copies flooding the market.
Emerging market India is on the verge of welcoming its first dedicted national chain of video games retailer with the opening of the interestingly titled ‘Games The Shop’ in Mumbai’s ...