Hit Detection founder and former games critic N'Gai Croal urges developers and publishers to be patient when reaching out to players.
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The summit for games publishers, marketers, developers and retailers returns for a sixth outing with a new daytime format.
The London Games Conference returns on Wednesday November 19th - with a clutch of high profile brands already involved.
MCV's bumper-sized directory of key UK games agencies and services returns in July.
Last night's London Games Conference was another jam-packed event filled with incredible insight on how to discover, sell and even make games.
PEGI has detailed a new rating system due to be rolled out worldwide.
The indie revolution is over, and PlayStation is embracing the new world it has created.
73 per cent of all console game owners use Facebook, claims the social network's head of EMEA for gaming Tarquin Henderson.
PS4 will beat Xbox One in the next-gen console war, predicts US games analyst Michael Pachter.
GAME boss Martyn Gibbs said the firm has hired 4,500 temporary staff for the peak Christmas period.
GAME CEO Martyn Gibbs has revealed the role he believes the specialist retailer can have in a digital world.
The LGC delegate list is a who's who of games publishing, development, retail, hardware, creative and services companies. Time's running out to make sure you can join them.
On the eve of new console launches, the November 13th London Games Conference will prepare you for the next-generation of games.
Iconic games, media and entertainment firms have confirmed their place at next week’s London Games Conference.
There are just two weeks to go until the London Games Conference - time's running out if you want to be there.
Move fast if you want to get £70 off the ticket price for next month's LGC.
GAME CEO Martyn Gibbs will opening next month's London Games Conference with a talk about next-gen games retail.
SCEE’s Shahid Ahmad will joins experts from Twitter, Google, Twitch and as a London Games Conference speaker this November.
What if you could attend one conference and get the total view of the games industry?