Entries in 'merchandise' (67)
It’s that time of the year: the latest Call of Duty just launched.
It’s been an odd week for Sony, after its alleged Slim PS4 leaked online when someone managed to buy one on Gumtree.
Insert Coin plans to do more pop-up stores following the launch of its Pokémon-themed outlet over the weekend.
Until the end of August, games clothing brand Insert Coin is running a store dedicated to Pokémon in London.
Games clothing firm Insert Coin has rebranded itself in a bid to be seen as more than just a ‘merchandise site’.
Toys designer 3A is bringing new Destiny figures to fans.
The UK games market must learn from its American cousins if it wants to build a sizeable merchandise market.
For the past 30 years, Sega has endured ups and downs, to put it mildly.
Dark Souls III hits shelves today for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.
Console players are always keen on enhancing their gaming experience with the latest controller or the newest headset – and then brag about it on Reddit in an attempt to ...
Tom Clancy’s The Division has only been out for two weeks but it is already breaking records.
Q4 2016 is increasingly looking like the probable release date for Titanfall 2.
A wide range of PC accessories and goodies hit the shelves every week. MCV checks out what has been trending lately.
With the release of LEGO Marvel’s Avengers, MCV takes a look at the newest Marvel merchandise on the market
From stirring strings to the bleeps of 8-bit classics, MCV explores the musical landscape of games
That’s no moon: that’s one of the biggest brands in entertainment targeting the games market once again.
This week, Turtle Beach heads to a galaxy far, far away with Star Wars headsets and Roccat launches a modular mouse
After the record-breaking success of Skyrim, Bethesda returns to the nuclear wasteland for Fallout 4. MCV looks at the merchandise set to make gamers glow green with envy (not radiation) ...
2K’s wrestling franchise steps into the ring once again with WWE 2K16. MCV grapples with the latest merchandise
Microsoft icon Master Chief is back in action in the first full-bodied Halo game on Xbox One. MCV checks in with the Chief’s best merchandise
Assassin’s Creed is one for the history books.
It’s not just triple-A brands that inspire fans to show off their passion for gaming; smaller-budget titles are just as rich for merchandise. MCV takes a closer look
Like the sound of a Horizon: Zero Dawn action figure? What about a book based on the upcoming Guerrilla Games title? Or even a pencil case?
Sony’s romping adventure trilogy is clambering its way onto PS4 in the form of the Nathan Drake Collection. MCV charts a course for the finest merchandise on offer