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Toys-to-life, Sega’s PC ambitions and the arrival of Maximum Games in the UK headline today’s free issue of MCV.
This week, MCV is all about women in games, ahead of the Women in Games Awards next Thursday (May 19th).
The nomination period for the eSports Industry Awards – taking place on Monday, 21st November at the The Brewery, London – has been extended to May 20th, meaning you still ...
We are probably setting ourselves up for a fall here, but we think the Interface conference might just be the best conference we’ve ever done.
In today’s free MCV, we speak to the creators of Xbox 360 as Microsoft ceases production on the iconic console.
In this week’s issue, we speak to GameStop’s Mark Stanley about the retailer’s move into publishing.
This week, we ask leading publishers in the indie sector if it’s too late to start charging more for indie games.
Following the issues facing UK studios Lionhead, Evolution and FreeStyle, we ask development leaders about the future of development in this country.
The finalists of this year’s Women in Games Awards have been announced, with almost 50 individuals in the running for the accolades presented by MCV and WIGJ.
Leading games developers will discuss how to make the most of crowd-funding at an opening keynote panel at Interface next month.
The Top 30 Women in Games are today announced, with the spotlight being shone on the most influential and inspirational female professionals from across the whole of the UK industry.
In this week’s MCV, we offer a complete guide to London Games Festival plus interviews with TinyBuild, GAME and Remedy.
Former PlayStation VR veteran Dr David Ranyard says that the excitement around VR is ‘slightly over-heated’.
Radio 1’s Julia Hardy and Gadget Show’s Jason Bradbury will be co-hosting the eSports Awards this November.
Yo-kai Watch is reaching the western market next month: Nintendo, licence holder Viz Media and Japanese expert Famitsu discuss the phenomenon in this week’s MCV.
Award-winning indie developers Mike Bithell and Dan Pinchbeck will both be speaking at Interface this May.
2015 featured a number of rather different games that went on to enjoy both critical and commercial success.
The number of physical stores selling video games jumped up in 2015.
Phil Spencer’s repetitive insistence that Xbox remains ‘committed to first party’ seems to be falling on deaf ears.
E3 organisers ESA discuss the future of its event in this week’s MCV.
Sports Interactive head Miles Jacobson was named Person of the Year at last night's MCV Awards.
This week’s MCV investigates the indieapocalypse and asks: Is the sector really in jeopardy?