Entries in 'olympics' (31)
Sonic The Hedgehog will continue to find a home on Nintendo formats as the platform holder announced an exclusive new partnership with Sega.
The Olympics may be over for the rest of us but not for Sega, which enjoyed a third week at the top of the charts with its London 2012 tie-in.
Sega takes a second Gold media at UK retail as its official Olympics tie-in holds onto the No.1 spot of the GfK Chart-Track All Formats Top 40.
With the nation high on the triumph that was Danny Boyle’s opening ceremony, Sega is celebrating chart triumph with London 2012: The Official Video Game climbing to No.1.
It's not just a lack of games that will hurt the market this summer – retailers fear the upcoming Jubilee, Euros and Olympics will keep customers away from the High ...
Sony’s multimedia credentials have been given a big boost this morning with news of a dedicated BBC Sport app heading to PS3 and connected Sony Bravia TVs.
Hopes of a more permanent relaxation of Britain’s tough Sunday trading laws appear to have been dashed.
The London Underground will gain Wi-Fi access in time for the 2012 Olympic Games, according to Transport for London.
Deep breath – London 2012: The Official Video Game of the Olympic Games has been officially announced by Sega.
Mobile network O2 is to provide free wi-fi access across the London boroughs of Chelsea, Westminster and Kensington as part of a roll out that aims to become Europe's largest ...
Today’s most iconic games franchise is about to gate crash the London 2012 Olympics, MCV understands.
There will be no escaping Mario & Sonic this Christmas as Sega ramps up its TV ad push.
UK video games trade body UKIE has announced that there will be no London Games Festival this year.
As you’re no doubt aware, yesterday marked one year to the day until the beginning of the London 2012 Olympics, and Sega has used to hype to announce a release ...
Mario & Sonic at the London 2012 Olympic Games will hit UK shelves on Wii this November.
Sega has confirmed that it will next year release an official game to tie-in with the 2012 Olympics.
Iconic duo Mario and Sonic will join forces for an officially licensed title based on next year's London Olympics.
One of the most successful IP marriages of recent times continues to perform for Sega at retail with news that Mario & Sonic at the Winter Olympic Games has now ...
Platinum Games’ much applauded hack ‘n’ slash title Bayonetta has sold a total of 1.1m units worldwide since it went on sale in October last year (in Japan).
Mario and Sonic At The Olympic Winter Games may be a few months from launch, but publisher Sega has already begun its ‘biggest ever’ marketing campaign for the title.