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Electronic Arts has completed the restructure of its UK PR team ahead of the New Year.
Sega has confirmed a July 6th release date for Xbox 360 and PS3 brawler Anarchy Reigns in Europe.
Admittedly, we can’t afford to drive our cars or heat our homes, but at least gaming remains affordable in the UK.
At last, UK games retail has reason to cheer following a strong month of sales. But November wasn’t all about Call of Duty:?Modern Warfare 3 and Assassin’s Creed:?Revelations.
Ubisoft has released a physical starter pack for its browser-based game and popular girls' property Imagine Online.
UK consumers will be able to go hands-on with PlayStation Vita games such as Uncharted: Golden Abyss before the handheld launches.
THQ has appointed industry veteran Julian Woods as vice president of UK & Export, putting him in charge of all THQ operations in the UK.
QA and localisation firm Partnertrans is to shut down its Brighton office in favour of two new divisions in Montreal and the US, the company has confirmed.
Jo Bartlett has been named as the new head of UK communications at Nintendo.
Popular Rosemary Buahin has returned to Sony Computer Entertainment UK as head of trade marketing.
US giant GameStop is already making waves in the UK with its local estore after a hugely successful day of Black Friday deals.
Activision’s Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 has claimed its fourth successive UKIE Gfk Chart-Track All Formats No.1.
Second-hand specialist CEX is on the rise, opening new shops in the UK and across the world.
A bonus version of Gran Turismo 5 will zoom to Japan next year but Sony says it has no plans for a UK release at the moment.
Always keen to teeter on the brink of risqué, retailer Gamestation has unleashed the latest element of its Christmas marketing drive – the “21st century gaming nativity”.
A surge of punters picking up a brand new iPhone 4S in October saw Apple sell more smartphones than all Android smartphone makers combined, according to new Kantar Worldpanel research.
It may be tough times on the High Street, but online retailers are expecting their most successful Xmas yet.
The chances of Sony’s PS3 ready 3D games monitor arriving in the UK this side of Christmas have effectively been ruled out.
Amazon has postponed the launch of its PC download platform to 2012.
The UK digital sales charts have been a long time coming, but Sega’s John Clark is confident the industry will be satisfied.
The latest IMRG-Hitwise listings claim that Apple has grown to become the second most popular online retailer in the UK.
Warner’s Batman: Arkham City has gone live on streaming games service OnLive in the US.
Is the Apple halo slipping? Although the firm sold 4m units of the iPhone 4S in its opening weekend, there is evidence of some disenchantment with its devices.
Call of Duty triggered its customary retail surge, but the games that dared go up against it were also victorious.
Supermarket chain Asda is kicking off its drive to win the Christmas market with a discount Blu-ray player offer.