Entries in 'future' (21)
Here’s our take on the big events in the games industry this year.
The proposed acquisition of Imagine Publishing by Future has been given the green light.
The proposed acquisition of Imagine at the hands of Future has hit a stumbling block.
Retailer Green Man Gaming is offering up three PC games for £1 as part of a promotion with this year’s Golden Joystick Awards.
The 34th edition of the Golden Joystick Awards will be open to the public for the first time ever.
Media firm Future is launching three new kids magazines - and two of them are video game related.
The UK’s two largest video game magazine rivals are now one.
The Pokémon Company strengthens its PR team, Sumo hires Karl Hilton to run its new studio and Future announces two appointments to its commercial and sales team.
It’s a fact as universally recognised as gravity that print is dead.
Future has announced a pair of senior promotions within the GamesRadar global editorial team.
The narrative goes that print is in decline, but Future’s Official PlayStation has bucked the trend with a 9.6 per cent increase in physical magazine circulation year-on-year.
Daniel Dawkins has been named the global editor in chief of Gamesradar+.
Future’s GamesRadar+ has smashed its monthly user records in December 2015 with 11.3m people visiting the website.
Epic RPG The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt has walked away the star of this year's Golden Joysticks awards, taking five prizes at today's ceremony.
Future has announced a new PC gaming event that will take place in London early next year.
The last year saw huge changes for Future’s output, with the closure of CVG and the combination of its remaining games brands into GamesRadar+.
PC Gamer’s Tom Senior talks about bringing the platform back to E3
GamesMaster editor Joel Gregory has moved to PCGamesN.
Media firm Future has acquired London-based internet and advertising providing Net Communities.
Future has bolstered the GamesRadar+ editorial team.
Back in May last year, MCV ran a story that announced Future was planning to close Computerandvideogames.com.