Entries in 'koch media' (36)
Dead Island: Riptide defied the critics by becoming the UK's best selling video game this week.
Deep Silver has at last announced a release date for 4A Games’ Metro: Last Light.
Was THQ’s demise the result of bad management, bad circumstances or just plain bad luck?
Koch Media owned publisher Deep Silver has added another notable title to its ranks – Grasshopper’s Killer Is Dead.
Time is sadly up for THQ today.
European distributor Koch Media is venturing into free-to-play games by investing in the company behind Brick-Force.
European distributor Koch Media has expanded its team with a hire and a promotion at its UK arm.
AIE takes Koch Media's business in ANZ, Ninja Kiwi acquires Scottish dev Digital Goldfish, and there's more news on R18+ this week.
EXCLUSIVE: Pop sensation Kylie Minogue will star in her own video game this Christmas, MCV can reveal.
Yes, you read that correctly: a video game dedicated to the works of famous musical director Andrew Lloyd Webber is on its way.
MCV and Koch Media round off Independent Retail Month with our final special feature focusing on the sector. This week, we look at five of the UK’s top stores.
The Game of Thrones action RPG will hit UK shelves this June and be supplied to retailers by Koch Media.
Time is running out if you want to secure a place on the GamesAid team for its charity football match against the Chelsea Old Boys.
MCV takes a closer look at some of the leading video game suppliers, with an update on what each company has achieved over the past year.
Want to show off your prowess on the pitch against former professional footballers? Koch Media has just the thing.
Back to the Future: The Game arrives in UK stores in April, Deep Silver has announced.
A new partnership between UK publisher Lace Mamba Global and Koch Media will allow the former to bring its titles to Germany, Austria and Switzerland.
Wargaming.net’s online multiplayer war shooter World of Tanks is heading to UK retail next month, courtesy of publisher Deep Silver.
Hungry consumers have caused Dead Island to sell out – with GAME raising its price to £47.99 – but more stock is on the way.
The UK release of Deep Silver’s Catherine has been pushed back to Q1 next year, MCV can reveal.
Now That’s What I Call Music: Dance and Sing will hit shelves for Wii on November 11th with a revised name.
Publisher NCsoft and publisher Koch media have extended their distribution partnership to include the UK.
Bizarre upcoming adventure Catherine will be released in the UK this year, courtesy of publisher Deep Silver.