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Major games publishers are expected to rally behind May’s MCM Expo as it continues to grow its audience.
The video games industry is well ahead of music and DVD when it comes to combating IP theft, says trade body ELSPA.
Longstanding UK developer Rebellion has made a small number of staff at its Oxford HQ redundant, a source close to the matter has claimed.
Leading UK development studio Bizarre Creations believes that rapidly growing social network sites could trigger a new world order in video game marketing.
AT New Media will introduce Mr. Men and Little Miss to the interactive gaming industry, securing third-party multi-platform licensing deals worldwide.
Indies and analysts have already written off plans by supermarket chains to sell pre-owned games – just a week after trials began.
Namco Bandai expects that Ben 10 Alien Force: Vilgax Attacks will be the most successful game in the multi-million selling franchise when it hits shelves next month.
Media giant and powerhouse IP stable Disney has insisted that it won’t release video games based on its popular movie licenses as a matter of routine – instead, it will ...
An event called Late at Tate Britain: Game Play this Friday will showcase a number of key video games as the art of gaming – both digital and otherwise – ...
One of the largest names in book publishing has reportedly set up an internal games-focused team with then intention of creating original stories specifically for video games, as well as ...
Video games have come under fresh attack after a North American newspaper columnist accused them of promoting the devil and portraying God as an enemy.
So new, risky IP can’t be a commercial success, right? Wrong. Sony’s hugely ambitious and totally off-the-wall interactive crime thriller Heavy Rain has lived up to the hype and debuted ...
The days of cramming all your key releases into the lucrative Q4 release window are over, according to SCEA boss Jack Tretton.
The GAME Group has announced that it is to close 43 of its outlets owing to the “the tougher market conditions that it faces in 2010”.
The specialist press has been fighting its corner after a mixed bag of ABC results.
MCV can reveal that both Asda and Tesco have begun selling pre-owned video games in some of their UK stores.
Video gaming now claims a higher proportion of US homes’ entertainment spend than print media, premium TV, DVD, Blu-ray, movie rentals or music.
UK Prime Minister Gordon Brown has again talked up the British game industry, claiming that the nation’s developers are "by far the biggest producer of computer games in Europe."
The total value of the global video games software market will reach $64.9bn by 2013 – a jump of approximately 28 per cent on its current value – according to ...
The amount of money invested in the video games sector by venture capitalists in North America was down 29 per cent in 2010 according to a new data from PricewaterhouseCoopers.
Video games have been blamed for turning children into “sex objects”, a leading psychologist has claimed.