Entries in 'Media' (218)
One of the most successful and creative games of recent times has become the bizarre target of the US media.
One UK consumer games site has revealed plans to change its review policy to offer more bite-sized information to readers.
UK games mag 360 Gamer is to unveil its new branding with its next issue.
The real winner of E3 wasn’t one of the squabbling console manufacturers – but the hundreds of journalists writing about them.
BT.com is relaunching this summer, complete with a new video game section featuring previews, reviews, video content and features.
A knife attack in Clydebank has been blamed on the offender’s access to violent video games.
My annual trip to San Francisco for GDC last month was primarily in the service of MCV sister title Develop.
Former Imagine Publishing and THQ man Simon Miller is the new editor-in-chief of VideoGamer.com.
The always-on internet requirement of Maxis’ SimCity was never designed as a DRM measure, EA Labels president Frank Gibeau has claimed.
The piece may be tagged 'humor', but Kotaku's “BioShock Infinite: The IGN Review: The Kotaku Review” has a serious point at heart.
The Daily Mail’s stance on video games is not as clear as you might think.
Justin.tv owned gaming video service Twitch has posted some very impressive numbers for February 2013.
Australia's first ever R18+ rated videogame hit shelves this week, and the iGEA and media were there to help celebrate.
The story of Dead Space 4’s supposed cancellation has taken an unwelcome turn with EA COO Peter Moore launching a personal attack on the journalist who broke the story.
It’s no good shouting at an empty room. Publishers need to know where their audience is and how to reach them, and as the demographic of gamers broadens, this is ...
Online giant IGN is launching a Russian version of its site this month as part of a deal with Eastern Europe publisher Gameland.
Media and events business Eurogamer Network has rebranded itself.
IGN has laid off a still unspecified number of staff.
At first glance, Game Informer’s UK expansion is hardly an invasion.
The latest ABC numbers from Future Entertainment show that the publishing company now reaches a higher global audience than ever before.
Entertainment and technology website Digital Spy has passed the 20m monthly users mark for the first time.
The biggest games magazines in North America and Europe are to launch in the UK, MCV can reveal.
“A saucy calendar is looking to take the gaming world by storm – by pairing classic consoles with scantily-clad women.”
This year, our salary survey shows a decline in the average UK games industry yearly wage.