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Industry veteran Geoff Heath has told MCV that he believes 4mm’s upcoming addition to the music genre, Def Jam Rapstar, can prove that there’s life left yet in the sector.
Despite failing to set the world alight upon its release in 2008, Nintendo could yet release a sequel to Wii Music, lead designer Shigeru Miyamoto has confessed.
The speedy and seismic shift towards digital retail that has enveloped the music sector is unlikely to be replicated in the games industry according to Take-Two CEO Ben Feder.
Britain’s largest independent music publisher Chrysalis is to focus on the games industry following the completion of an £11m acquisition of First State Media Group.
The creators of market rivals Guitar Hero and Rock Band have insisted that the future is bright for the music games genre, with the rising prominence of user-created content driving ...
Over two million PS3 owners have downloaded the music streaming app VidZone.
Hit music video streaming service VidZone has seen its PS3 client downloaded over 2m times, VidZone Digital Media has confirmed.
Despite the British cinema industry enjoying its best 12 months in almost 30 years, the UK public spent around half a billion pounds more on gaming than it did movies ...
The latest albums from the Black Eyed Peas, Cheryl Cole and Susan Boyle can now be bought at GAME stores.
It has been revealed that none other than the late Michael Jackson was involved in the creation of the soundtrack for Sega’s classic 16-bit console platformer Sonic the Hedgehog 3.
Though the signs are that the world is slowly pulling out of recession, punters are seemingly still proving reluctant to shell out the high cost demanded of modern rhythm action ...
Gaming is already a major force on the App Store arm of Apple’s iTunes, but now Namco Bandai wants our sector to make a bigger mark on the established MP3 ...
Record giant EMI has called on game makers to feature more new artists in titles such as Rock Band and Guitar Hero to attract the younger user.
Video games could shape the outcome of this year’s UK singles Christmas No.1.
PlayStation platform holder Sony is ramping up its preparations for the upcoming music video service VidZone with the appointment of a sales company for the platform.