Entries in 'video games' (182)
Y’know, there’s a reason why there’s a big red 18 on the front of the box.
Entertainment retailer HMV has been running a Six Decades of Entertainment promotion throughout the summer, but video games will not feature in it.
Video games are expected to generate more revenue than both video and music combined this year.
FIFA has reclaimed its crown as the UK’s most successful video game.
The UK games retail market has suffered its worst month in history.
Microsoft’s former games VP Ed Fries has warned big publishers that a digital gaming future could result in their demise
Jules Williams, consumer retail analyst at Kantar Worldpanel, discusses the annual summer slowdown in games sales and the opportunities for growth...
UK retailer GAME has been named as the official retail partner for Multiplay’s Insomnia Gaming Festival later this month.
A new Fox sitcom called Dads is due to air for the first time next month but is already being criticised by critics.
Making games that strike a chord with gamers is far more important than any pretence about creating high art.
It is not yet known whether the ‘child protecting’ web censorship plans proposed by XXXXX XXXXXXXX David Cameron ...
Entertainment behemoth Disney has taken yet another step away from the licensed video games market.
A 74 per cent week-on-week jump in sales has seen Microsoft’s Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition claim its first No.1 in the UKIE GfK Chart-Track All Formats Top 40.
Valve is being urged to state whether subtitles are included in any given title on its listings page.
A new app has launched to help developers and smaller games firms handle their own PR.
Distributor Al Futtaim wants to help publishers cash in on the growing Middle East games market.
Develop Ready at Dawn has accused games retail and the pre-owned sector of cheating not only developers but also consumers.
A damaging new report claims that the UK games industry employs just over 5,000 people – but it is massively inaccurate, MCV research has concluded.
A 22 per cent week-on-week drop in sales isn’t enough to stop PS3 title The Last of Us claiming is sixth UK No.1 this week.
Games-centric advertising agency Intergi has announced that revenues at its new European arm have tripled in its first year.
There are less than 800 specialist games stores on the UK High Street, according to MCV research.
Are publishers like EA, Ubisoft and Activision being smart by releasing their games as cross-generation titles this Christmas?
The number of studios working on triple-A games is at its lowest point for over a decade, EA’s chief creative director Richard Hilleman has claimed.
Gamers? Ha! A bunch of overweight, spotty boys cooped up in their rooms because they’re too socially awkward to step outside, right? Wrong. So very, very wrong.
Sony’s critically adored The Last of Us has claimed its third successive No.1 in the UKIE GfK Chart-Track All Formats Top 40.