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Tesco’s games buyer Mark Burgess has left the supermarket chain for specialist giant Game Retail.
The Ohio State Marching Band clearly knows a thing or two about video games. And marching. And banding.
EA’s FIFA 13 has clung on to the UK top spot, despite a 72 per cent week-on-week drop in sales.
The UK government has today opened the call for industry feedback on its imminent tax break for games economic policy.
The Oxford Street branch of HMV is now home to a special Gamerbase designed to promote games at launch.
Sales of video games leapt up 125 per cent last week on the back of three blockbuster releases.
A new crowdfunding platform built specifically for games developers is now live.
DVD and Blu-ray have already made more than £700m for UK retail this year.
One of the lead developers of Codemasters’ F1 2012 has taken to the game’s forums to chastise some members of its community.
The UK games retail market suffered its worst week on record last week. Again.
The challenged independent video games retail sector is turning to toys and gifts to survive.
They said it was the summer of games – but only thanks to the Olympics. If you’re a games retailer, it has been a miserable few months, with the market ...
The sad truth of sexism amongst on line gamers has been laid bare by a new report.
The chart success fort Square Enix’s Sleeping Dogs is not over yet.
Print is a dying medium, right?
Retailers have praised publishers for daring to release titles outside of the traditional Q4 sales bonanza.
Extreme sports brand Red Bull is to try its hand at video games publishing… again.
Just what is going wrong amongst UK games retailers?
Capcom had to fend off ‘high profile publishers’ to sign Remember Me, the firm told MCV.
You shouldn’t worry too much, as MCVuk.com will continue updating over the bank holiday.
The established Nintendo narrative amongst European journalists seems to be quite negative at the moment, but the story in Japan could hardly be better.
A leading EA executive has predicted the death of High Street games retail within ten years.
Remember that time when they told you that stereoscopic 3D was THE next big thing in gaming? They lied.
Publishers rejoice! HMV says it will give new games a chance to sell before introducing pre-owned copies.