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Top Gear: Race the Stig is due for release on iOS, Android and Windows Phone today.
A new retail sales business has launched, and has signed Mastertronic as its first publisher, MCV can reveal.
April 1st, 2013 marked the 25th anniversary of the Mastertronic Group, the long-serving UK publisher and distributor that began life as The Producers.
So what of the next 25 years?
Mastertronic has worked with virtually every major games firm and executive in the world. Andy Payne offers his thanks to some of the Group’s most important partners and friends
For over 25 years, Mastertronic has been responsible for bringing some the biggest titles to market and worked with some industry icons.
1988 was an important year.
American developer Bethesda has struck a deal with UK distributor Mastertronic that will see the latter bring a number of the former’s PC games to UK retail.
Worms returns to High Street shelves next month with Mastertronic's Worms Collection.
Flight simulators have been around since the early days of computer games, with the first one landing around 30 years ago.
Microsoft Flight could harm the simulation games market if the company doesn’t open it up to third-parties, publishers have told MCV.
A range of simulation games has been released under Mastertronic’s new Just Sims label.
Mastertronic will release Heroes of Might & Magic Complete tomorrow.
Mastertronic has acquired the rights to publish two more big Xbox 360 boxed games.
A major new option in games distribution has emerged, and you already know its name: Sony DADC.
Some of PopCap’s most popular casual games are making their way to UK retailers thanks to Mastertronic.
Mastertronic is distributing a new party game this Christmas that will finally decide who’s best: men or women?
Mastertronic has promised to provide more stock for Divinity II: The Dragon Knight Saga after the first batch sold out.
Surprise hits are increasingly rare these days, so MCV has enjoyed covering the success of Sniper: Ghost Warrior on PC and Xbox 360.
Mastertronic claims Sniper: Ghost Warrior proves smaller publishers don’t need a massive marketing budget to make their game a success.
Mastertronic-owned The Producers have backed out of a high-profile plan to align distribution efforts with Trilogy.
Mastertronic Group has signed Osborne Clarke as its provider of legal services.