Entries in 'Opinion' (74)
Worrying about broken street dates might seem like a very Old World problem to many.
At this very moment, an armada of ships are heading to docks around the world.
Remember, the App Store launched after GTA IV hit. It has been easy to forget just the level of spectacle that an old fashioned go-to-the-shop-and-buy it games release can deliver.
JB HiFi could potentially become a digital competitor in the future, while AFL Live 2 gets a release date and Fruit Ninja comes to Vita.
The evil bastards!
I couldn't help but view the news that Japanese games giant GREE was to sharply close its UK studio as darkly ironic.
This long and at times painful hardware generation – it will be eight years since the 360 unveiling when we see the Next Xbox in three weeks – is matched ...
The words look the same, but they are in a different order.
My annual trip to San Francisco for GDC last month was primarily in the service of MCV sister title Develop.
Of course the sassy answer to any retailer telling you Wii U is ‘GameCube all over again’ is ‘What? Some of the most praised first-party games ever and the world’s ...
In times of uncertainty on the High Street, it’s reassuring to feel some of that old-fashioned friction that only the games market can provide.
When THQ shut down, recently appointed president Jason Rubintweeted a picture of himself leaving the premises, giant purple Saints Row-branded dildo slung over his shoulder.
The damage done by the potential evaporation of HMV on the High Street will hit closer to home in the music and film markets than it will for games.
I vividly remember the first time I experienced PS2.
Those looking for a way to criticise the Wii U launch last week had plenty of material at their disposal.
Every conflicting statement about Black Ops II on the cover of this week's MCV is true.
From the moment there ceased to be a GAME and Gamestation store in every major town, Game Retail Group must have known a unification of its brands was inevitable.
I’m not going to lie – I thought Nintendo had to come in at £199.99 or below.
E3 loves consoles, yet Gamescom championed the soaring PC, NetworkN's James Binns explains
$100. That is much it will cost for users to register to submit their games on Greenlight.
It was very, very nearly revealed at E3 back in June, but talk of a longer than expected wait for Xbox 720 is bubbling up once again.
The thing is, it’s not really Microsoft’s fault. It’s ours.