Entries in 'video games' (982)
TalkSPORT and Sport’s sales director Kurt Edwards explains why the radio station and magazine are interested in the games industry...
Oour specialist retail chain is in dire straits, and Britsoft publishers are extinct.
Mike Fethers has joined HMV’s games team as its games peripherals and digital buyer.
There are fewer stores than ever selling games, ERA and Chart-Track says.
Growth in digital has seen video games overtake movies as the most lucrative entertainment medium in the UK.
Sainsbury’s, Tesco, Asda and Morrisons have stalled in their bids to become the next major players in video games, ERA reports.
An astonishing new bill proposed in the US argues that video games should carry similar warning labels to those found on cigarettes.
The push for enormous scale and cutting edge graphics in triple-A games is a ‘cancerous growth’ for the industry, says Assassin's Creed creative director.
The latest numbers from sales tracker NPD show that the US video games market suffered a 20 per cent year-on-year decline to $1.06bn in February.
Indie development legend and millionaire Markus ‘Notch’ Persson is to be awarded with the Special Award at the GAME British Academy Video Games Awards on March 16th.
EA’s SSX series has made a triumphant return after five years in the wilderness to claim No.1 in the UKIE GfK Chart-Track All Formats Top 40.
Streaming games provider Gaikai has partnered with GAME to offer a streaming demo service on the retailer’s website beginning this spring.
Boxed games distributors are torn over whether supplying stock on a consignment basis is beneficial to the industry.
Speak to any analyst, and they’ll describe – whether politely or not – retail as a market in perpetual decline. The most colourful line recently: ‘dinosaurs thrashing about in the ...
ABC’s position in the games media industry is under threat.
We've had lots of praise lately for the way MCV has supported the industry during a tough start to the year.
Every spring since 2005 the BBC has geared up for its seasonal Easter debut of a new Doctor Who TV series.
Sales of triple-A video games have reached an all-time low.
Yes, says CEO Simon Fox, but there will be sacrifices. Christopher Dring visits HMV’s offices to find out how its attitude towards gaming has changed.
A design director at developer Volition has claimed that any next-gen move to block the use of pre-owned software “would be fantastic”.
Our lead stories this week are on face value about very contrasting companies. But together they spell out a dismal message about what the UK market is offering British games firms.
HMV won't turn its back on games, CEO Simon Fox has told MCV. But it will cut in-store space given to the category following a year where it lost market ...
Reports this morning – which it must be said remain totally unsubstantiated – claim that the Next Xbox could incorporate a new technology that blocks the use of pre-owned games ...
UK indie ShopTo.net has hired SEO fire in a bid to double its online revenue.
Headset specialist Turtle Beach became the UK’s top-selling peripherals firm of 2011 in terms of value.