Meet the new-look MCV

Regular readers of MCV magazine will notice a significant change from this week.

Our bumper-sized E3 feature doesn’t just feature a raft of great content and market information, but a fresh new look and feel.

We’ve introduced new sections, more data, industry columnists, introduced a new Big Game feature that goes in-depth on a new game each week, and lots more.

And this week’s issue is filled with some real blockbuster content. You can download it in your browser for free here, or alternatively you can subscribe to our iPad edition.

This week’s issue includes:

– Take-Two CEO Strauss Zelnick exclusively talks to us about life after GTA
– The return of Call of Duty. Read our exclusive interview with Sledegehammer’s Glen Schofield and Michael Condrey
– Can CVG owner Future save its business? We speak to the company and rival games media owners
– Data specialists IPSOS shares with us some of its highly sought after GameTrack data
– The Rabbids are back. We exclusively reveal all the details around the new Rabbids Invasion Interactive TV Show
– Ahead of the reveal of FIFA 15, we have a brief chat with EA’s David Rutter about the past and future of the franchise
– GameStop’s Technology Institute is the R&D division of the world’s biggest games retailer. We discover what they’ve been working on
– Interview: Sony’s Shahid Ahmad on the rise of the independent developer
– Interview: Bandai Namco’s European CEO on the company’s various different business ventures
– Three Fields Entertainment’s Fiona Sperry on life after Criterion, and why the industry must give new ideas a chance
– New International section! This week including a detailed overview of the latest developments in the US games market
– Plus! Our new Margin Maker section, this week featuring Minecraft, our new charts section and Insight, featuring expert opinion from SuperData and Network N

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