Entries in 'intent media' (71)
After more than 15 years and 762 issues of MCV, Stuart Dinsey departs the company he founded. The UK games industry pays tribute to an industry legend..
Warner Bros' Olivier Wolff talks exclusively to MCV about Batman, profitibility and becoming a games industry super-power in the latest edition of MCV.
It was exactly 15 years ago that MCV debuted at the ECTS trade show in Olympia.
Intent Media's founder and MD Stuart Dinsey will leave the firm at the end of October to pursue new opportunities.
This week's issue of MCV is a bumper edition, featuring interviews with Ginx TV, Bethesda and the men behind E3 1995.
This week's issue of MCV features a full run-down of the UK games retail landscape, including the names of all the buyers working at the biggest chains.
This week's issue of MCV features our big interview with the head of EA Sports, Andrew Wilson. Who tells MCV why the firm must not mess up the next generation.
The MCV team have returned from E3 to reveal the true winner of the show and dictaphone filled with interviews.
Hurry! There's only two weeks left to book your place in this year's Sourcebook.
Someone over on the MCV team has made a huge error and ‘accidentally' released the digital edition of this week's bumper sized E3 issue a day early. You can read ...
This latest MCV – which is now available to view online – features our in-depth study on in-app purchases.
Intent Media's must-read directory of interactive entertainment agencies will be published on July 26th.
This latest MCV – which is now available to view online – contains ten pages of images from this year's MCV Awards. The winners, the parties and THAT video.
HMV cemented its return from administration at the MCV Awards last night, picking up the award for Retail Concept.
This latest MCV – which is now available to view online – contains the world's first interview with Blockbuster UK's new boss, Gary Warren.
This latest MCV – which is now available to view online – contains a detailed story on the new Blockbuster UK and its plans for video games.
This latest MCV – which is now available to view online – discusses the state of the UK games industry.
This week's MCV – which is now available to view online – analyses the collapse of THQ and reveals what games retail will look like in ten years time.
This week's MCV is now available to view online – and it boasts our huge review of the year where we discuss the seven games that defined 2012.
This week's MCV is now available to view online – and it features a detailed analysis of Call of Duty's launch sales performance.
This week's MCV is now available to view online – and it features a full guide to this year's London Games Conference, which discusses the best ways of making money ...