Check out our E3 roundup in this week’s MCV

What a week! MCV is this week looking back at what has been one of the noisiest and more eventful E3’s in history.

We also discuss the Brexit and how it could affect the UK games industry, with help from UKIE.

Elsewhere, we speak to EA’s senior producer Nick Channon about FIFA’s new story mode and with Paradox’s CEO Fredrik Wester about the company’s record-breaking 2015.

We also talk to Women in Games’ new CEO Marie-Claire Isaaman about her ambitions for the organisation.

The full contents of this week’s issue are below. The digital edition can bereadhere.

  • E3 REVIEW: Violence, drama and million dollar events – we report from E3 at Los Angeles
  • DATA: How could the Brexit impact the UK games industry?
  • MAY CHARTS: Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End tops the monthly sales charts
  • INSIGHT: IHS games analyst Steve Bailey asks if we need to be concerned about the sheer extent of hostility that can sometimes face people who work in the games media
  • INTERVIEW: We speak to EA’s Nick Channon about FIFA’s story mode
  • HISTORY LESSON: The story of Burnout
  • INDIE INTERVIEW: Lovable Hat Cult discusses the controversy around its title La Petite Mort
  • INTERVIEW: Paradox’s CEO Fredrik Wester discusses Cities Skylines, Stellaris and a record-breaking 2015
  • INTERVIEW: We talk to Women in Games’ new CEO Marie-Claire Isaaman
  • PLUS! Premier appoints new senior publicist, Overwatch tops the UK weekly charts and Daniel Grossett from Playnation Games talks about why retailers need to diversify their range of products

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