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Labour MP for Newcastle upon Tyne Central Chi Onwurah has asked Parliament to address the lack of females employed in UK games development.
The executive chairman of Google has argued that the company’s minute UK corporation tax bill is entirely justified.
Nintendo will release a pink version of its 3DS XL next month.
Warner Bros’ new fighting game Injustice: Gods Among Us is the new UK No.1.
While the iPad may still be able to lay claim to dominion over the UK tablet market, the growing popularity of Android tablets has led to a ten per cent ...
Peripherals company Razer is to honour orders placed via its website that used an erroneous 90 per cent discount code.
Sony will use May’s Champions League final to kickstart its PS4 marketing drive.
Having gained approval in the March 2012 Budget, plans for UK tax breaks for video games developers are now in doubt.
PS4 could launch at a lower price than its predecessor the PS3.
Cult TV quiz IP Catch Phrase is back thanks to hugely popular iOS app Classic Catch Phrase.
BioShock Infinite remains the boss of the UKIE GfK Chart-Track All Formats Top 40 this week.
2.67m boxed games were sold last month in what was a decent March for retail.
The UK arm of Skyrim and Dishonored publisher Bethesda is moving offices.
A new quiz show based on Zynga’s Draw Something IP is to be aired in the UK on Channel 4.
One of the most popular YouTube channels for games content is setting up a dedicated UK business.
The PS4 will likely be hard to find on the High Street when it eventually arrives (hopefully) later this year.
Upcoming Android console Ouya will be available to buy from GAME.
Games tax relief will not be approved by April 1st as the UK awaits confirmation from Europe.
MP George Galloway has filed an early day motion that calls for a ban on Twitter within the UK until the site opts to cooperate with local authorities.
Konami says its new European office in Windsor will help it prepare for changes in the games market
The UK games industry needs to increase its retail base before the next gen consoles, says Sony.
UK games execs were left scratching their heads last month after a string of big budget action games failed to lift games retail out of the gloom.
PS4 may be grabbing the headlines, but Sony still has big plans for PSN, PS Vita and PS3. UK MD Fergal Gara, marketing director Murray Pannell and commercial director Alex ...
After what has been a wretched start to life this week, SimCity has finally arrived in the UK – and everything’s fine!
The clock is ticking ahead of the UK launch of SimCity at midnight.