April 2004 Archive

    1. Today on GI.biz - Wideload's Alex Seropian on Bungie Jumping
    2. Focus On: Wideload Games' Alex Seropian
    3. Former Capcom USA president launches new publisher
    4. EA set to support Game Stars Live, EGN events
    5. EA reports record full-year revenues; breaks $1 billion in Europe
    6. Ubisoft reports strong growth in full-year sales figures
    7. Sony plans to ship 3 million PSPs by March '05
    1. Kuju signed for new action title by Activision
    2. Console mod-chips ruled legal in Spain
    3. GameLoft figures show growth for mobile gaming firm
    4. Interplay faces bankruptcy as debts continue to mount
    5. Sony financial details reveal falling revenues in games business
    6. Redstone confirms Midway buyout plans
    1. Funcom secures 4.5 million Euro funding, commits to MMORPG market
    2. Acclaim sued by Olsen twins over videogame contract
    3. Codemasters set to sign Free Radical's Second Sight
    4. THQ set to acquire Homeworld developer Relic
    1. Eidos moves to unmask "secret investor"
    2. Infinium recruits industry veterans for San Francisco office
    3. Alleged Xbox 2 specification sheet debunked by experts
    4. GAME reports record results for 2003, warns of slow start to 2004
    5. UK Charts: Codemasters score a number one with TOCA Race Driver 2
    6. PSone Budget Top 20 - 24TH APRIL 2004
    7. PSone Full Price Top 20 - 24TH APRIL 2004
    8. PC Budget Top 20 - 24TH APRIL 2004
    9. PC Full Price Top 20 - 24TH APRIL 2004
    10. Nintendo Game Boy Colour Top 20 - 24TH APRIL 2004
    11. Top 40 All Formats - 24TH APRIL 2004
    12. Top 40 All Formats - 24TH APRIL 2004
    13. Game Boy Advance Top 20 - 24TH APRIL 2004
    14. XBox Top 20 - 24TH APRIL 2004
    15. GameCube Top 20 - 24TH APRIL 2004
    16. PS2 Top 20 - 24TH APRIL 2004
    17. Top 40 All Formats - 24TH APRIL 2004
    18. Analysts back Nintendo's handheld strategy
    1. Revealed - How Microsoft planned Xbox 2 for Christmas 2004
    2. Bungie founder creates new studio, starts work on PC/Xbox title
    3. LucasArts confirms layoffs of almost 30 staff
    4. Sony makes a $5 billion bid for MGM
    5. Microsoft's Xbox division reports another loss despite rising revenues
    1. Today on GI.biz: Broadsword Interactive's David Rowe
    2. Focus On: Broadsword Interactive's David Rowe
    3. Japan Charts: Nintendo scores another Kirby number one
    4. Infinium announces $44 million funding plans
    5. Electronic Arts sued by EMI over music samples
    1. Square Enix plans further GBA support with new FF titles
    2. Registrations open for the Christian Game Developers Conference
    3. Microsoft prepares new Xbox Live Starter Kits for US retail
    4. Doom III co-op mode goes online with Xbox Live
    5. Opinion: Bad News shouldn't be Fair Game for entertainment
    6. Mikami and Kamiya roll over in the Clover
    7. Ubisoft hiring hundreds for flagship Montreal studio
    1. EA reveals plans for new Sims console titles
    2. Pokemon episodes to appear on GBA Video this summer
    3. Intel leads new funding round for Trymedia
    4. Confirmed: Ninja Gaiden censored for European release
    5. Nintendo to launch "Tribal" design GBA SP in Europe
    1. Kuju's first-party Nintendo title may be "strategy focused"
    2. USA Charts: MVP Baseball tops March rankings ahead of Cube and Xbox exclusives
    3. Irish students take the Digital Dare
    4. Sports Interactive renews Racers sponsorship deal
    5. Sony full-year profits come in higher than expected
    6. UK Charts: Sonic Heroes returns to the top spot
    7. PC Budget Top 20 - 17TH APRIL 2004
    8. PC Full Price Top 20 - 17TH APRIL 2004
    9. Game Boy Advance Top 20 - 17TH APRIL 2004
    10. XBox Top 20 - 17TH APRIL 2004
    11. GameCube Top 20 - 17TH APRIL 2004
    12. Nintendo Game Boy Colour Top 20 - 17TH APRIL 2004
    13. PSone Budget Top 20 - 17TH APRIL 2004
    14. PSone Full Price Top 20 - 17TH APRIL 2004
    15. Top 40 All Formats - 17TH APRIL 2004
    16. Top 40 All Formats - 17TH APRIL 2004
    17. PS2 Top 20 - 17TH APRIL 2004
    18. Top 40 All Formats - 17TH APRIL 2004
    1. Square Enix raises forecasts for profits, revenue
    2. Microsoft to acquire Bioware - announcement at E3?
    3. Japan Charts: Third week at the top for Dragon Warrior remake
    4. Xbox Live downtime planned as Tsunami rolls in
    1. Focus On: Kayak Interactive's George Faigen
    2. Japan adopts new content ratings for videogames
    3. Midway shares boosted as Viacom chairman moots buyout
    1. Factor 5 plans no further GameCube titles
    2. Take Two CEO quits as Q2 financial forecast drops into the red
    3. Interplay returns to operating profit, but faces major cash problems
    4. Take Two adds Mobius to the Rockstar family
    1. BAM granted exception to NASDAQ listing rules
    2. UK Charts: Splinter Cell: Pandora Tomorrow scores Easter number one
    3. Silicon Knights ends Nintendo exclusivity deal
    4. PS2 Top 20 - 10TH APRIL 2004
    5. Nintendo Game Boy Colour Top 20 - 10TH APRIL 2004
    6. PSone Budget Top 20 - 10TH APRIL 2004
    7. PSone Full Price Top 20 - 10TH APRIL 2004
    8. PC Budget Top 20 - 10TH APRIL 2004
    9. PC Full Price Top 20 - 10TH APRIL 2004
    10. Game Boy Advance Top 20 - 10TH APRIL 2004
    11. XBox Top 20 - 10TH APRIL 2004
    12. GameCube Top 20 - 10TH APRIL 2004
    13. Top 40 All Formats - 10TH APRIL 2004
    14. Top 40 All Formats - 10TH APRIL 2004
    15. Top 40 All Formats - 10TH APRIL 2004
    16. Today on <i>gi.biz</i>: Nokia's games supremo talks N-Gage QD and more
    17. Back for Round Two: Ilkka Raiskinen on Nokia's Gaming Ambitions
    18. Nokia updates N-Gage hardware platform with N-Gage QD
    19. Nintendo tops Japanese publishing league tables once again
    20. First Look: The Nokia N-Gage QD
    1. Activision and Nielsen team up for in-game advertising push
    2. Opinion: Sony's vision of the wired future marches onwards
    3. Nintendo plans to unveil new Cube peripheral at E3
    4. Warner Bros to launch into publishing biz with Matrix Online
    5. Japan Charts: Dragon Warrior remake dominates for a second week
    1. Sony responds to PSP wireless revelations
    2. Stage set for UK PS2 price war
    3. JoWooD signs up Koch to handle key European distribution for 2004
    4. US Xbox sales double after price cut; Sony plans next move
    1. John Riccitiello resigns from Electronic Arts
    2. John Woo plans Metroid movie for Christmas 2005
    3. Nintendo prepares "war chest" for mergers and acquisitions
    4. TSMC signed up to provide chips for Xbox 2
    5. Microsoft Japan plans another Xbox bundle
    1. Harvey Smith bows out of ION Storm Austin
    2. Midway raises Q1 guidance, acquires Suffering developer
    3. Babel Media appoints new Euro sales and marketing boss
    4. Eidos gives further detail on its product pipeline
    5. UK Charts: Pandora Tomorrow hangs on to number one
    6. Nintendo Game Boy Colour Top 20 - 3RD APRIL 2004
    7. PSone Budget Top 20 - 3RD APRIL 2004
    8. XBox Top 20 - 3RD APRIL 2004
    9. GameCube Top 20 - 3RD APRIL 2004
    10. PS2 Top 20 - 3RD APRIL 2004
    11. Top 40 All Formats - 3RD APRIL 2004
    12. Top 40 All Formats - 3RD APRIL 2004
    13. PSone Full Price Top 20 - 3RD APRIL 2004
    14. Top 40 All Formats - 3RD APRIL 2004
    15. PC Budget Top 20 - 3RD APRIL 2004
    16. PC Full Price Top 20 - 3RD APRIL 2004
    17. Game Boy Advance Top 20 - 3RD APRIL 2004
    18. Microsoft to launch limited edition Xbox pack in the USA
    1. Revealed – Sony's wireless network plans for PSP and PS3
    2. Digital Extremes speculates on next-gen consoles with Dark Sector footage
    3. Japan Charts: Dragon Warrior remake tops a million opening week sales
    4. Nintendo set to talk N5 at E3, says senior NoA exec
    1. Sony set to grow PlayStation hardware line-up
    2. No region coding for PlayStation Portable - Reeves
    3. Nintendo planning Q4 blitz for Cube and GBA
    4. Partnertrans Q1 figures reveal success for UK expansion
    5. Dollar disaster batters Nintendo profits
    1. Sega: "Six brand new games at E3"
    2. Jagex launches new version of popular Java-based MMORPG
    3. Nokia signs industry veteran for UK push
    4. Digital Anvil working on Xbox 2?
    5. Nine days left for E3 2004 pre-registrations
    6. Sega to distribute Sammy console titles in Japan
    7. Europe kicks Capcom earnings hard