Entries in 'indie' (84)
Curve Digital is on the hunt for the next big indie hit.
Excalibur has made its name in PC sim games from other studios. Now its focus is on its own IP and indie games. Marketing boss Richard Barclay tells us why ...
A market dedicated to selling retro games and merchandise takes place this weekend, and the organisers expect it to give a huge boost to retailers.
British games industry legend Charles Cecil says that the first PlayStation led to the death of the UK indie sector during the 1990s.
Craig McNicol, Northern Europe MD, and Paul Nicholls, sales and marketing director for Northern Europe, discuss Koch Media’s big changes during the last year, reveal the benefits of being both ...
Dozens of leading games companies will be heading to London next week for the return of Interface.
Indie devs are invited to attend next month’s Interface event – free of charge.
Like many development studios, Holland-based Abbey Games was set up by a group of friends who shared a passion for video games.
Channel 4 isn’t a stranger to producing games, but now the TV network has opened up a dedicated publishing arm to this end – All 4 Games.
Digital retailer and publisher Green Man Gaming is once again showing its support of indie developers by backing next month’s Interface event.
505 Games is back at Interface next month and looking forward to connecting with the “unsung heroes of UK development”.
Kiss is once again looking for new games to sign at next month’s Interface.
Much-anticipated indie adventure title Firewatch has had a release period pencilled.
It’s not just triple-A brands that inspire fans to show off their passion for gaming; smaller-budget titles are just as rich for merchandise. MCV takes a closer look
To truly call something a trend, at least three things along a similar theme need to occur. This proves that individual events were not simply random.
“Cut the blue wire. No, wait – cut the red wire.”
Everyone wanted Yooka-Laylee.
Indie. It’s a word that instantly conjures visions of 2D platformers, retro graphics and quirky gameplay, of bedroom designers and nervous-looking developers showing their life's work in the corner of ...
You fire up the dusty old computer. A search engine fizzes through the scan lines. In the text box, a single word: MURDER. Below, five videos, each with the same ...
In 2012, Geraldo Nascimento left his native Portugal to move to the UK in order to develop games.
Gamer Network, the firm behind Eurogamer, Rock Paper Shotgun and EGX, has added two sizable new brands to its portfolio.
Curve Digital is publishing a new game from former Q-Games devs Eddie Lee and Kalin entitled Nova-111.
“Everybody’s a critic,” goes the old adage and, in the age of the YouTube comment and customer review, rarely has it seemed more veracious.
It might have recently turned 40 years old, but Dungeons & Dragons hasn’t thrown its last die yet.
There’s a good chance you haven’t heard of Soedesco.