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From Battlefield to Titanfall, EA has a huge line-up of triple-A next-gen blockbusters.
A year ago Sega restructured its Western business, with a bigger emphasis on digital content and more attention given to its core IPs. Did it work?
Sony’s stinging attack on the Xbox One business model at E3 saw the PlayStation firm take pole position in the next generation console race.
The first post-E3 issue of MCV is now available digitally and will start to arrive with subscribers from tomorrow.
Ubisoft stole the show at E3 last year, with new IP and major blockbusters – and the firm is promising more surprises in Los Angeles next week. MCV caught up ...
Today's announcement of Deus Ex: The Fall was a big surprise, particularly given the game's chosen format.
What exactly is left of Infinity Ward? The FPS studio that invented the Call of Duty series and birthed the Modern Warfare phenomenon was left in ruins three years ago.
MCV Pacific interviews Xbox Australia Product Manager Adam Pollington about the new hardware this week, and there are new faces at Activision APAC.
Two weeks ago we took a long look at the current state of advertising games on TV, and the jury is still out on the value of that medium. But ...
Blockbuster was rescued out of administration last month, and its new owner wants to turn the rental giant into a retail powerhouse. MCV speaks to the firm’s new MD Gary ...
Everyone in games is talking about PlayStation this month. A big Sony announcement next week is getting tongues wagging. The long-awaited start to the next generation is almost upon us ...
MCV Awards nominee Sports Interactive has just released its fastest selling Football Manager yet.
As Wreck-It Ralph arrives in cinemas today, MCV talks to its director Rich Moore:
Maxis is returning to the franchise that made it famous with the upcoming SimCity, the first full game in the series for ten years. The label’s general manager Lucy Bradshaw ...
2012 has seen publishing giant Ubisoft unveil new IP, take its flagship brand to new heights and even sign a couple of Hollywood movie deals.
Call of Duty, Halo and Medal of Honor are now on shelves, but there is still one major shooter to watch out for.
Third party support is crucial to any console launch, and Nintendo has done a sterling job of rallying publishers behind Wii U.
2K is enjoying a golden period on the back of Borderlands 2, NBA 2K13 and XCom: Enemy Unknown. The publisher’s president Christoph Hartmann discusses its recent success, next year’s BioShock ...
“What your article says is right. We were not prepared for the numbers that hit our app.
"I can be as proud as I like about how hard people have ...
In his first interview as Ubisoft’s new head of UK marketing, Mark Slaughter tells MCV how the publishing giant uses more than big budgets to reach millions of consumers with ...
The momentum appears to be behind PlayStation 3.
MCV talks to Nintendo's new UK marketing director Shelly Pearce...
This Christmas will be the biggest in Angry Birds’ history, if Rovio gets its own way.
What a difference a year makes.
With half the industry unavailable this week due to EB EXPO mayhem, MCV Pacific takes a look at a primarily EXPO-led week of news.