Entries in 'merchandise' (19)
One of the most iconic film series of all time, the Alien franchise has an equally storied video game past – with plenty of merch to boot.
MCV chats with Ben Stevenson-Hall, assistant manager of the Cambridge branch of Forbidden Planet, about which video game properties have proved most successful for the merchandise specialist
Those awaiting 2K’s co-op monster-hunting shooter Evolve can now satiate themselves with a Goliath statue that lives up to its name.
The worlds of Tolkien are a powerful force for games retailers, with a massive range of titles and merchandise based on The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit.
Ahead of the release of Far Cry 4 in November, Ubisoft has released a collectible statue of the game’s chief villain for pre-order.
Book publisher Egmont has revealed that its best-selling official Minecraft book has sold 1m units in the UK.
We can finally reveal our full schedule for the upcoming Games Retail 2020.
MCV is putting together a guide of the biggest accessories, merchandise and peripherals heading to market this Christmas.
Blizzard has published some of the biggest PC games of the last 20 years. MCV checks out the merch to make retailers go WoW
Valve is now accepting submissions for Team Fortress 2 merchandise to be proposed by the game's community and sold via Steam Workshop.
The Japanese gaming giant has seen some challenging times as of late, but continues to provide a wealth of products branded with iconic franchises for retail opportunities. MCV dives in ...
Insert Coin, Level Up Wear and GB Eye have been named as official merchandise providers for Konami’s Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes.
Deep Silver has partnered with UK merchandise outlet Insert Coin to launch a new Saints Row range.
Want the skinny on UK porn filters blocking games? How about Konami’s rebirth of PES? Or how to license your game for big bucks? Then you need the latest MCV.
Namco Bandai is rewarding consumers who pre-order Dark Souls II with a host of exclusive loot.
Ubisoft and Square Enix are partnering up to offer their merchandise in each other’s stores.
Hamburg-based clothing firm Musterbrand has teamed up with Ubisoft to offer a new range based on Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag.
Gaming Merchandise UK Ltd is now open for business.
EA hopes to make Battlefield a pop culture brand with its biggest merchandise plan yet.