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The biggest games magazines in North America and Europe are to launch in the UK, MCV can reveal.
The total value of the US video games market declined nine per cent in 2012.
Namco Bandai is celebrating what some would call a surprise chart victory for Ni No Kuni this morning.
EA CEO John Riccitiello has said that the games industry must work harder to challenge the belief that video games and gun violence share a link.
This year, our salary survey shows a decline in the average UK games industry yearly wage.
Activision’s Call of Duty: Black Ops II is once again at the top of the GfK Chart-Track All Formats Top 40.
EA’s FIFA series has been name-dropped by Prince Harry in a range of interviews made public following his return from serving in Afghanistan.
LEGO has fired Warner Bros into the UK’s ten best-selling publishers by units.
A bill has been introduced to congress that would make ESRB ratings mandatory for video games.
Big games brands are known the world over, but do consumers know the firms behind them?
Video games have again become central to America’s heated debate on gun ownership that erupted in the aftermath of December’s Newtown school shootings.
The cost to the UK video games market should HMV fail to find a buyer could be as little as four per cent.
Just two physical games sold over 1m units in the UK last year, according to UKIE and GfK Chart-Track data.
EA’s FIFA 13 has claimed its sixth No.1 in the UKIE GfK Chart-Track All Formats Top 40 this week.
2012 was a fantastic year for crowd-funding platform Kickstarter, and video games have emerged as the big winner.
The glamour of web fads and video gaming is being put ahead of tangible technology that can be exported from the UK, Sir James Dyson has said.
MCV asks UK games industry experts about why 2013 will be much, much better than 2012.
The 1990s. The Super Nintendo and Sega Mega Drive. The Game Boy and the Gamegear (or the Atari Lynx, if you like).
Media games outrages reach their inevitable conclusion with astounding cancer headline in The Mirror
“TV & COMPUTER CRAZE IS GIVING KIDS CANCER”
Global games retailer GameStop has fared better than the overall games market by posting a sales drop of just 4.6 per cent for the nine weeks ending December 29th ...
Having dropped off the top of the listings back in October, EA’s FIFA 13 is back at the top of the Gfk Chart-Track All Formats Top 40.
Being dropped by the troubled THQ was not the end of the road of Guillermo del Toro’s InSane trilogy, it seems.
Creditors of troubled publisher THQ have filed complaints about the proposed sale to Clearlake Capital Group.
MCV runs through the biggest releases and events that will grow the industry over the next 12 months.
Sales of video games consoles in 2012 fell 33.1 per cent year-on-year.