Entries in 'video games' (1001)
Some will say the likely death of Friday as the main release day for games is dispensation of a long irrelevant tradition.
Traditional Friday game launches are quickly becoming a thing of the past.
Media start-up MyMags is putting the finishing touches to its unique games magazine, which launches next month.
Chart-Track director Dorian Bloch reveals the Top Ten games on single platforms, in terms of both unit sales and revenue, and takes a look at how controller sales have altered ...
This week we review the current state of the games and consoles TV advertising market in 2012 so far, in comparison to the previous five years.
Publishers are honing their digital strategy as downloads become more popular. MCV speaks to Ubisoft’s digital VP Chris Early about what the worlds of retail and downloads can learn from each other... ...
Organisers for the Ivor Novello Awards have abandoned its excellence in games audio prize
Big Brother is watching. Specifically, he’s watching what you’re doing on your consoles.
Good news for Namco Bandai this morning – the publisher has claimed the lion’s share of Japanese software revenues for the second month in a row.
EA has made good on its temporary loss of the No.1 spot last week by bouncing back to claim the top spot in the UKIE GfK Chart-Track All Formats Top ...
The entertainment giant underperformed in the video games market last year, but in the wake of GAME’s administration it has become one of our sector’s most important retailers. In his ...
The boxed games retail market may be down year-on-year but SteelBook SKUs are booming.
Former employees of the 277 closed GAME stores are interested in opening their own independent games shop. Game Guide and Complete EPOS chief Chris Ratcliff explains how they can do ...
The UK games market could be as much as £158m worse off due to the closure of 277 GAME stores.
In this new regular segment with insight from leading stat-trackers, Chart-Track director Dorian Bloch reveals the Top Five best-selling video games brands in the UK...
Having declared itself as “The Home of Gaming” last week, Tesco has revealed a new promotion that offers a number of new games for rock-bottom prices.
Games industry trade body UKIE has unsurprisingly welcomed the news that GAME has been saved from administration by retail turnaround specialist OpCapita.
Retailer Blockbuster is continuing its revitalised push into the games space with another £4.99 offer on new releases.
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.