Entries in 'tv' (74)
The Yo-Kai Watch anime series will be broadcast in the UK this spring.
A TV series that partly takes place in a virtual world has been green lit as a co-production between E4 and Netflix.
Games TV channel Ginx has taken to crowdfunding platform Crowdcube in an effort to boost its international presence.
Channel 4 isn’t a stranger to producing games, but now the TV network has opened up a dedicated publishing arm to this end – All 4 Games.
The tie-in Defiance MMO will continue ‘exactly as before’, the CEO of Trion Worlds has pledged, following the cancellation of its TV counterpart.
The BBC’s investment in eSports marks a potential turning point for the sector, leading experts say.
A movie or TV series based on Psyonix’s car football title Rocket League could well be on the way.
Microsoft’s Steven Spielberg-produced Halo television series is reportedly still in the works.
The new DVR functionality for Xbox One comes with a major caveat – it will only work with consoles fitted out with an external hard drive.
Xbox One is to receive full DVR functionality for HD TV in Europe.
The reboot of television show Heroes, Reborn, is going to be joined by both mobile and console titles.
Sony's TV streaming service Playstation Vue has begun rolling out to iPad devices, with the app being soft launched in select US cities.
Blizzard will give its free-to-play card battler Hearthstone a big push with a TV ad that will air during the NBA and NHL finals in the US.
eSports will take another big step this weekend when a competition final will be aired live on US cable TV.
Harry Potter star Daniel Radcliffe is allegedly in negotiations to play Sam Houser in the BBC’s upcoming drama about GTA makers Rockstar.
Microsoft has announced Xbox One preview members in US and Canada can now use an over-the-air tuner to access television programs.
Four of the biggest video game TV ad spenders in the US in Q1 were mobile game companies.
A TV drama series based on Grand Theft Auto is in the works at the BBC, the corporation has announced.
Nintendo is in the early stages of making a live-action The Legend of Zelda series that will be shown on Netflix, it has been claimed.
PlayStation’s first original TV series, Powers, will hit PSN in March.
US video game TV channel G4 is to be closed by parent company NBC.
PlayStation platform holder Sony is targeting the cable TV market with a new video on demand service.
PS3 owners will soon be able to buy entire series of TV shows for a single lump sum on PSN.
A trailer for Sony’s live-action TV series Powers has been released following its debut at the New York Comic Con.
Chris Bond, senior staff writer and producer for Ginx TV, chats about the success of Videogame Nation and what’s next for the outlet