Entries in 'europe' (116)
One of the key differences between PlayStation and Xbox is how they operate on a worldwide level.
Activision has named Philip Earl as the executive vice president of Activision’s International business.
In February, US studio Hi-Rez announced that it has finally decided to cross the pond to open a brand new office in Brighton, and appointed Véronique Lallier to run it ...
Forget NX and smartphone games – the product that might just come to define Nintendo’s 2016 is a 3DS title.
Long-serving PlayStation veteran David Wilson has been named the new director of communications for Europe.
Popular MMO Blade & Soul will make its way to western markets this January, publisher NCSoft has revealed.
Nintendo has revealed Star Fox Zero will launch on Wii U this April.
The Ukrainian games market is one of the smallest in Eastern Europe, despite being home to a number of games firms that have struck it big on the global stage.
Next year looks like one of the busiest in PlayStation’s history, but Sony says the packed release schedule won’t see it move away from deals with big third-party games.
The PS4 could see its price cut in Europe and the UK as soon as this week, if rumours online are to be believed.
"Three weeks after they bought my company, Sony introduced me to a busted photocopier with chips hanging out of it, and said: ‘This is the PlayStation’”
Another major European gaming expo will take place next year - this time based in Turkey.
Latvia may be a small country, but its potential in the global games market is growing.
Romania is a small but mighty market for games, playing host to big players in the global industry.
Rock Band will finally crack Europe this year, publisher Mad Catz has told MCV @ Gamescom.
Xbox boasts that it has a game to suit every European territory.
A western release of 3DS action RPG Final Fantasy Explorers is in the works for Europe and North America, Square Enix has confirmed.
The European Commission insists that its proposed Digital Single Market will open up the whole of Europe for games retailers.
Turkey is a nation driven by the continuing success of digital and free-to-play games, despite controversy over one of the West’s biggest digital hits.
Phil Spencer, Microsoft’s head of Xbox, has admitted that the company needs to improve the European performance of the Xbox One.
European developers are increasingly developing games for PC rather than mobile, according to a new survey.
Shovel Knight is heading to retail in North America and Europe this October, developer Yacht Club Games has announced.
Sony has announced its PlayStation Plus program's free games will now become available on the same day in both North America and Europe.
PS4's success in Europe is a sign that the hardware doesn't need a drop in price, according to Sony's chief for the region.
The latest in Nippon Ichi's Disgaea franchise will arrive this October in North America and Europe, publisher NIS America has announced.