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When you peruse the list of games coming out this year, it’s fair to say that a title based on a Japanese comic series probably isn’t the first thing you ...
It might have recently turned 40 years old, but Dungeons & Dragons hasn’t thrown its last die yet.
I know what you’re probably thinking – what the devil is J-Stars Victory Vs+?
The dust hasn’t even settled on E3, but already it’s time to think about the next major trade show. MCV catches up with project manager Tim Endres to find out what ...
There’s a good chance you haven’t heard of Soedesco.
It’s responsible for the Pacific distribution of some of the biggest brands in video games, including Koch Media and Turtle Beach. MCV speaks with QV Software’s CEO, Paul Elliot
Over more than two decades, the FIFA series has made hundreds of additions to its virtual recreation of the beautiful game.
It seems that Pac-Man is celebrating his birthday in style.
To take a studio from obscurity to prominence once is impressive. To do it three times is extraordinary.
It’s not a populist thing to say, but I quite liked Assassin’s Creed Unity.
Telltale's publishing chief on reviving licensed games, championing the episodic model and taking on TV
Game of Thrones. Minecraft. Marvel. The Walking Dead. Jurassic Park. Back to the Future. Telltale Games’ library of titles reads like a licensing wishlist.
For more than two decades, Team 17 has helped to define the UK development sector. Now, it plans to redefine what it means to be a games publisher.
Last year, Oxford-based physics teacher Nicholas Spargo quit his job to work full time on JRPG passion project, Melancholy Republic.
As Sony celebrates hitting 2m PS4s sold in the UK, MCV meets UK MD Fergal Gara to discuss price wars, the next generation of PS4 owners and what has happened ...
Over five years ago, three industry professionals turned up to MCV’s offices with a laptop and a pre-prepared speech.
On paper, the concept for Australian developer Samurai Punk’s new multiplayer title is a simple one.
It’s been years in the making, but the smartwatch might be about to transform gaming as we know it.
It’s not uncommon to hear hardware firms talk up their latest bit of kit, but to call something the most powerful product on the planet goes one step further.
PC stalwart Paradox Interactive kicked 2015 off in style by launching Cities: Skylines to great aplomb.
Bandai Namco Games has changed its name, again, and will now be known as Bandai Namco Entertainment. Why the change? European president and COO Naoki Katashima details the changes.
In December 2013, three developers gathered to take part in online game jam Ludum Dare.
On Tuesday March 17th, Nintendo president Satoru Iwata surprised a gathering of press with a major announcement about the future of its business.
There was a time when everyone was playing Rock Band and Guitar Hero. And then they stopped. All of them. At the same time.