Entries in 'india' (38)
The PlayStation 4 will go on sale in India on 6th January at a maximum retail price of Rs 39,990 (£390).
Sony will not release Media Molecule’s PS Vita debut Tearaway at retail, it has confirmed.
Times Internet has partnered with Ziff Davis to launch IGN India.
Sony has increased the prices of upcoming PS3 titles Beyond: Two Souls and Gran Turismo 6.
Publisher 505 Games has tied up with Milestone Interactive to release its forthcoming games in India.
Tablet sales in India grew to 1.9 million units in 2012-13 from 360,000 the previous year, registering a growth of over 400 percent, the Manufacturers' Association for Information Technology (MAIT) ...
This year’s NASSCOM Game Developer Conference will take place in Pune on 15th and 16th November.
This week was once again dominated by developments surrounding EA’s decision to hike PC game prices in India. The #EAPCIndia Twitter campaign picked up steam and received quite a bit ...
The biggest talking point in India this week has been rising game prices, thanks to the rapidly free-falling Indian Rupee in comparison to the Dollar, and in the case of ...
Indian PC gamers have taken to Facebook and Twitter to air their discontent at the rising prices of EA’s PC games.
Peter Driessen, co-founder of Spil Games, believes that advertisers hold the key to the global acceptance of HTML5 as they look to capitalise on the explosion in mobile gaming.
Sony has confirmed that the PlayStation 4 will launch in India this year alongside Europe.
The Indian games industry is one of the world’s future powerhouses – and now is the time to form a trade body to support it.
This week on MCV India, we’ve taken up the case for something we believe the Indian games industry sorely needs – a dedicated trade body focussed purely on gaming.
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.
Hyderabad-based game developer/publisher Gameshastra today announced FKS Cricket Drive, a game that seemingly brings together two of India’s favourite pastimes – cricket and Bollywood.