Entries in 'merchandise' (51)
From Software’s Souls series has garnered critical acclaim and a fervent fan following. Now the franchise has a spiritual successor in Bloodborne.
Square Enix’s seminal RPG franchise continues to attract fans new and old, even as the IP approaches its 30th anniversary. MCV has the final word on the current crop of ...
The next entry in EA’s military shooter series takes the action to a local level, pitting cops against criminals. MCV steals a glance at upcoming merchandise for Battlefield Hardline
MCV takes a look at the best accessories heading to UK retail. This week, Venom’s wireless vibration headset shakes up the market and Orb charges ahead with its Xbox One ...
Resident Evil has remained one of gaming’s stalwart franchises throughout its near 20-year history. MCV discovers the series’ success outside of games
Small but mighty, indie games have become a hot point of interest for players, publishers and platform holders alike in the last few years. So much so, some even have ...
Over more than 20 years, PlayStation has seen countless iconic titles – from Crash Bandicoot to Vib Ribbon. MCV takes a look at some of Sony’s best
From teaming up to take down a dragon to living out a virtual life as a criminal gang, gaming is often better with friends.
Like any competitor aiming to be the best, eSports players need the right equipment to stay on top of their game. MCV checks out the picks of the pros
HMV has started selling a range of Minecraft fan fiction.
Many virtual properties have found themselves transformed into real-world board and card game adaptations.
Florida-based toy firm Jazwares has expanded its offering in the UK.
With zombie-filled games continuing to sell in droves, it’s clear that players’ love of the undead never dies. MCV checks out what’s alive and kicking in the merchandise sector
Mario sidekick Captain Toad made his independent debut this month on Wii U. MCV takes a look at the best merchandise from the rest of the Mushroom Kingdom
For the Halo fanatics out there, the next 12 months promises to be one of – if not the – most exciting years in the franchise’s history.
This is the big one for Nintendo this Christmas.
Last year’s Grand Theft Auto V was the fastest-selling video game of all time in the UK and worldwide.
As this year draws to a close, MCV takes a look at the merchandise already hitting store shelves ahead of 2015’s biggest game releases
Kids can go on adventures and build their own worlds in Disney Infinity, which was a real hit when the franchise first arrived in 2013.
The first game in the Dragon Age series (2009’s Dragon Age: Origins) was so popular that at the time it eclipsed even the iconic Mass Effect series in sales, shifting ...
There’s only one statistic that you need to know about the scale and popularity of Minecraft – Microsoft spent $2.5bn buying it.
Last year on 3DS, Nintendo breathed new life into its hit Pokémon IP with X and Y.
The world’s biggest kids franchise has included a new innovation this year in the form of ‘traps’.
Assassin’s Creed is Ubisoft’s flagship IP and has sold 73m units worldwide since its debut in 2007.
With the holiday season just around the corner, MCV looks at the best stocking-sized gifts to make gamers’ Christmas wishes come true