Entries in 'tv' (47)
Lionel Messi is the big name who is this year fronting EA’s TV campaign for FIFA 15.
A new TV show kicking off in the UK this Friday has boldly claimed to be “the Top Gear of gaming”.
Twitch has announced a new feature which allows users to host other live streams on their own channel.
Generation Media says that television advertising is the most effective way to reach a younger audience...
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare looks so good that some people are going to mistake it for TV.
‘Top Gear for gamers’ – that’s the pitch for a new video games based TV show in the planning stages at Redbull.
Kinect is listening… and obeying the commands of Breaking Bad’s Jesse Pinkman.
Microsoft has announced a host of new World Cup functionality for Xbox One.
The 4K revolution may be some way off, but Sony has revealed a range of devices that it hopes places it at the forefront of the technology.
Is VR the next 3D TV or the future of entertainment? Unsurprisingly the founder of Oculus falls into the latter camp.
A number of Xbox One owners who have previously signed up to the console’s preview program in the UK now have access to OneGuide.
Sony has released its TV ad for upcoming PS4 exclusive InFamous: Second Son.
Microsoft has said a fix to the Xbox One’s TV video stutter in Europe is just weeks away.
Namco Bandai has released its TV and cinema ad for upcoming action RPG Dark Souls II.
A glitch that had appeared in the UK TV ad for Xbox One at the end of last month has been revealed as a competition.
Millions of people around the world are playing their favourite games right now.
Only 64 per cent of the movie and TV market in the US last year was spent on physical DVDs and Blu-rays.
In 2008, Nintendo released the highly successful Wii Fit – a fitness title that went on to sell 23m units and started a series that has sold over 44m copies ...
Ubisoft’s Rabbids IP is to make its cartoon debut in the UK next month.
The first TV spot for PS4 has gone live in Japan.
What is being described a fundamental tech incompatibility is causing issues for those connecting their TVs to their Xbox One consoles in the UK and Europe.
You know those pesky Channel 4 ads? They just got a lot more interesting.
EA is aware you may have already bought FIFA 14 once, but the arrival of Xbox One and PS4 is a good reason to upgrade.
Consumers are switching off their TVs to watch gamers play the latest releases on the platform, says Twitch.
This is the GAME Christmas TV ad that UK folk are going to be seeing on their sets this year.