Rebellion’s 2000 AD and GAME headline this week’s MCV

This week, we head to Oxford to see Jason Kingsley and discuss Rebellion-owned 2000 AD as the developer has put out an open call for licensees on its wealth of intellectual property.

We also talk to GAME’s CEO Martyn Gibbs about the reasons behind the company’s tough 2016 and why 2017 is already looking far brighter.

Elsewhere, we have a chat with ID@Xbox’s EMEA regional lead Agostino Simonetta to discuss how Microsoft’s taking its self-publishing program to the next level and we discuss the point-and-clicks genre with developer Anuman Interactive and distributor PQube ahead of the release of Syberia 3.

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The full contents of this week’s issue are below:

  • NEWS: Nintendo takes Steam approach to digital on Switch
  • NEWS: SuperData: Luckey departure ‘long time coming’
  • BIG RELEASES: Yooka-Laylee and LEGO City Undercover headlines this week’s big games
  • MONTHLY CHARTS: March has been huge at retail as the Top Five is entirely composed of new titles
  • GAME: High Street retail giant GAME looks forward to a far more profitable 2017
  • ID@XBOX: We talk to ID@Xbox’s Agostino Simonetta about Microsoft’s self-publishing program
  • SYBERIA 3: 12 years after the last iteration in the series, we talk Syberia with developer Anuman and distributor PQube
  • LONDON GAMES FESTIVAL: Head of games at Games London Michael French tells MCV about the London Games Festival, which runs until this Sunday
  • PLUS! Former Take-Two CEO joins Green Man Gaming, Mass Effect Andromeda tops the UK weekly charts, Mario Kart merchandise range and more

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