Publishing

Monster Hunter World’s Meat Shack to provide FREE BBQ for fans

Capcom is pulling out all the stops for the lunch, sorry that should be launch, of Monster Hunter: World. Capcom’s UK team, working with PR agency Hope and Glory, is opening a free BBQ shack near London’s Southbank to mark the launch of the game – conveniently placing it just …

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COMMENT: Games and gambling – a lawyer’s view

Paul Gardner is a lawyer and early adopter of the Atari 2600. He specialises in commercial transactions and regulatory issues relating to the computer games industry. Many in the games industry will have heard it referred to as the ‘gaming industry’ – a term confusingly used by some betting firms. …

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Drop the deck: DropMix shows collectible cards aren’t just for gamers

Collectible card games have a long history, but whether its Magic or Pokémon, they’ve always been an all-consuming passion, rather than a casual drop-in.  While DropMix is a game, and it does have collectible cards which are sold in packs, the similarities end there. Instead Hasbro and Harmonix have created …

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Sega Europe chief departs after four months ‘by mutual agreement’

Sega today announced the departure of its top European-based executive Chris Bergstresser, who held the roles of President and COO. He only joined the company back in August, speaking of a roadmap that was planned as far as 2020, so his departure after just a few months looks to be …

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