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Yesterday's London Games Conference 2011 entertained and informed executives from across all levels of the games industry - here's our recap.
OnLive wants developers to ‘blow their minds’ and create content built specifically for cloud gaming.
By 2014 there will be over 600m connected devices able to play browser games in the US and Western Europe, says Nick Parker.
By 2016 all forms of entertainment will be interactive, says Xbox Live's Robin Burrowes.
At London Games Conference today, PopCap senior designer David Bishop listed ten ways to fail at mobile gaming.
Miniclip’s senior producer Jamie Cason says online browser games are nearing the level of quality associated with console titles.
Sega's UK and digital boss John Clark predicts that the digital games market will match or even surpass boxed games in terms of revenue by 2015.
Digital rights management fails to prevent illegal game sales, says digital download firm Good Old Games.
Global retail giant GameStop predicts the digital games market will hit $35bn by 2014.
The London Games Conference returns today, and MCV will have the most comprehensive coverage in the internet.
Digital sales will overtake boxed product sales by 2015, according to new industry-wide survey.
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Move over, Miyamoto. Step aside, Steam. The games industry says former Apple CEO Steve Jobs and the iPhone were most influential thing to happen to interactive entertainment.
Iconic games, media and entertainment firms have confirmed their place at next week’s London Games Conference.
NPD has signed up to contribute to next week's London Games Conference, offering a free report to attendees.
Going to the London Games Conference? You are? Excellent. You’re not? Well here are 10 reasons why you should definitely change your mind
Prepaid content specialist InComm Europe has signed up to sponsor the London Games Conference.
Hurry! Today is the final chance to buy passes for this year's London Games Conference at the reduced rate of £229.