Trouble in toy town? Discover the true state of the toys-to-life market in this week’s free MCV

Toys-to-life, Sega’s PC ambitions and the arrival of Maximum Games in the UK headline today’s free issue of MCV.

We discuss what the collapse of Disney Infinity means for the toys-to-life sector, while Sega’s John Clark talks PC, DLC and listening to its fans.

Elsewhere, Maximum Games execs Christina Seelye and Steve Powell chat about the US publisher’s acquisition of UK firm Avanquest.

Narrative designer Stephen Rhodes also lifts the lid on Homefront: The Revolution’s ambitions.

The full contents of this week’s issue are below. The digital edition can bereadhere.

  • NEWS: VR devs have to be prepared to play the long game
  • NEWS: Ubisoft UK promotes key PR and marketing staff
  • INTERVIEW: How PC has shaped the future of Sega
  • INTERVIEW: CEO Christina Seelye and MD Steve Powell discusses Maximum Games’ move into Europe by acquiring UK firm Avanquest
  • THE BIG GAME: Narrative designer Stephen Rhodes talk about Homefront: The Revolution
  • INDIE INTERVIEW: Playniac’s Rob Davis discusses Insane Robots
  • MONTHLY CHARTS: Dark Souls III was the No.1 UK game in April
  • Plus! Steel Media hires new operations manager, Uncharted 4 tops the UK weekly charts, Adrian Hill from Console Yourself talks about retro gaming, racing games merchandise range, plus a focus on the Italian games market

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