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Cancellation of Games Tax Relief could jeopardise inward investment

TIGA, the trade association representing the UK games industry, said today that the Coalition Government’s decision not to proceed with video Games Tax Relief in the Emergency Budget could jeopardise inward investment. […]

UK Government Ends Tax Break For Video Game Developers

Kris Erickson Jun 30, 2010 Comments The next time you play a hit video game, there is a lower chance that it will originate from the United Kingdom. […]

Sony, Activision Rethinking UK Investment

The UK government’s decision to scrap plans to introduce tax breaks for domestic game development studios has led a number of major publishers to think twice about continuing to invest in the market. […]

So, what happens professor when we get the DeLorean up to 88 miles per hour?

Check out all of our past reviews . Bizarre Creations was responsible for the excellent Project Gotham Racing series on the Xbox and Xbox 360. […]

Interview: Dave Stohl

It wouldn’t be an overstatement to say Activision has been through a few ups and downs over the past few months. […]

Games publishers rethink UK investment

“For us to continue to invest in the UK there needs to be an incentive provided for us to do so,” said Robert Kotick, chief executive of Activision Blizzard. […]

Twitter in the arcades

Sega is looking to blend the old with the new with their new version of Virtua Fighter 5. The company recently announced that the arcade version of Virtua Fighter 5: Final Showdown would allow players to link their game profiles to their registered Twitter account . […]

Analyst: Red Dead Redemption Shines In May Amid High-Profile Underperformers

Take-Two and Rockstar San Diego had a hit on their hands with Red Dead Redemption during the month of May in the U.S., but other high-profile titles aren’t expected to have performed as well as anticipated, according to one analyst. […]

April/May sales slump blamed on deep multiplayer

Industry analyst Michael Pachter say April and May’s game sales results will be below expectations, as part of the blame is on gamers getting hooked onto the deep multiplayer modes in games like Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2. With big games like Red Dead Redemption, Super Mario Galaxy 2, Alan Wake, Prince of Persia, Lost Planet 2, Blur, SKATE 3, … […]

Activision Blizzard Joins TIGA, Tax Relief Fight

Activision Blizzard has become the newest member of UK games industry trade association TIGA. […]