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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.
Fresh data this week suggests the worst: selling video games in the UK during 2012 was a storm of recession and poor momentum.
The UK games industry is hoping for a brighter 2013 after last year’s software sales fell by almost £400m.
The tragedy of the Newtown school shooting is at risk of claiming another undeserved victim – video games.
Having only officially launched on Boxing Day, LEGO’s Chima brand is to expand with three video game releases this year.
The Conservative Party has launched a microsite explaining the reasons why it believes the UK video games industry is worthy of a tax break.
The ERA has said that the UK video games market declined 17.4 per cent to £1.598bn in 2012.
It has been a brutal year for nearly everyone working in the video games business.
Top Ten this, Top Ten that. Seriously, who gives a toss? Let’s just cut to the chase.
It may come as no surprise that core games and Q4 blockbusters were among the most common search terms of the year when it comes to gaming.
Yes, we all know that retail is a tough environment at the moment. But video games are amongst the worst performers of 2012.
Think this year’s Xmas No.1 in games will be Call of Duty or FIFA? It is more likely to be Angry Birds or Minecraft.
The creative director of The Last of Us has admitted that the studio has come under pressure to relegate the game’s female lead Ellie to the background of the game’s ...
Supermarket giant Asda wants to double the number of music, videos and games it sells online.