Entries in 'license' (47)
Tommo and Blaze have rebutted SNK’s attempts to shut down the Neo Geo X console.
PC graphics expert Nvidia is to begin licensing out its technology to other device makers.
Jazwares has been appointed by Mojang as a global partner for toys and electronics for the popular Minecraft property.
Canadian developer Roadhouse Interactive has become the latest studio to get its hands on an official Warhammer license.
Claims are circulating that pre-owned Wii U consoles are able to access digital content purchased by the machine’s previous owner.
The STALKER IP has a new home.
Total War developer Creative Assembly has been handed the Warhammer licence by owner Sega.
The Madden NFL series has survived a fierce legal dispute between EA and the NFL.
Fans of Scottish club Rangers may face the prospect of their team being excluded from this year’s incarnation of FIFA.
A new multi-year agreement has been agreed between Codemasters and motorsport body F1.
Video gaming merchandise has become big business, but both retailers and publishers are still learning what works. James Batchelor details the possibilities and pitfalls of bringing video game brands to ...
Owners of Forza Motorsport 4 will finally be able to get behind the wheels of a number of Porsche’s most famous vehicles in May.
System 3 has secured a new long-term deal with Ferrari.
We’re used to publishers broadening their reach and distancing themselves from the core, but a new strategic shift from THQ is seeing it do the opposite.
The NBA has extended its longstanding deal with publisher Take-Two that will see label 2K Games continue to make its popular NBA 2K series.
Tron Evolution will be just as successful as its cinematic counterpart, says Disney Interactive.
UK studio Bizarre Creations has warned that new IPs might suffer in the run-up to Christmas.
A fresh question mark hangs over the viability of the pre-owned software market this morning after a ruling in the US Court of Appeal upheld a developer’s right to prevent ...
A cinema campaign featuring Renault and Ubisoft’s Rabbids aims to take the game characters beyond consoles.
Britain’s largest independent music publisher Chrysalis is to focus on the games industry following the completion of an £11m acquisition of First State Media Group.
Publisher EA has swooped to secure the Ryder Cup licence for use in the upcoming Tiger Woods PGA Tour 11, it has been confirmed.
AT New Media will introduce Mr. Men and Little Miss to the interactive gaming industry, securing third-party multi-platform licensing deals worldwide.
Media giant and powerhouse IP stable Disney has insisted that it won’t release video games based on its popular movie licenses as a matter of routine – instead, it will ...
Reports are claiming that Activision has signed a deal that will see popular kids brand GoGo’s Crazy Bones coming to consoles in an effort to create a Pokemon-rivalling games franchise.