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Freestyle footballers, zombies, Romans and Plan B took Leicester Square by storm last month to usher in the Xbox One.
In this week's issue of MCV, we talk to Microsoft's corporate VP Phil Harrison about the launch of the Xbox One and what lies ahead in the next-gen.
Xbox One will sell out and there will be difficulty getting stock, admits Xbox VP Phil Harrison.
In the the latest edition of MCV, Microsoft's Phil Harrison discusses the future of video games retail.
Microsoft’s interactive entertainment boss has once again downplayed the perceived tech advantage PS4 has over Xbox One.
Microsoft doesn't expect to see much of an indie game presence on Xbox One until sometime early next year.
The future of the games industry is in the cloud, Microsoft VP Phil Harrison said today.
Popular games exec Phil Harrison delivered his first public address as a Microsoft VP at London Games Conference this evening, and gave the room a rapid tour around the new ...
Phil Harrison will give his first public address as an Xbox exec at next month's London Games Conference.
The core games industry has this afternoon welcomed one of our most beloved sons back into the fold.
Microsoft has named Phil Harrison as VP of Microsoft's Interactive Entertainment Business.
The video games industry of tomorrow is likely to be bossed by a very different leading pack as traditional publishers refuse to accept the changing face of the market.
Phil Harrison, the eminent game exec who helped shape the PlayStation empire, has rebounded from his Atari break-up by joining London Venture Partners – a new investment group focused on ...
Atari founder Nolan Bushnell has rejoined his former publisher through appointment to its board of directors, while other board members such as Phil Harrison have now officially left the company.
Traditional PR and marketing, competition with rivals, and boxed product - all of these things face extinction when digital downloads take hold.
Atari president Phil Harrison has left his post as president of Atari, moving to the role of non-executive director of the Group.