Entries in 'Development' (209)
NineMSN is getting into gaming a dedicated gaming channel and future plans to e-tail, while Call of Duty goes large and Aussie devs get a federal gaming fund.
A damning new report into the work practices at developer Silicon Knights has claimed that as few as five staff remain at the studio.
GCAP happened this week with some big news, while it appears Video Ezy might be grey importing games and Mindscape scores Tecmo.
Few games have proved as divisive as Resident Evil 6 but the team behind the game has tried to explain the reason behind its design decisions.
There was a time when FIFA wasn’t the unstoppable juggernaut that it is today.
One of the key studios from PlayStation’s rich history has today ceased operations.
This week, EB Games passes 1 million reward scheme members, BigWorld gets purchased and a Police Commissioner blames games for violence.
Amazon has announced its entry into the game development space.
San Francisco based browser game developer Kixeye is in for a good day.
It’s been one of the hottest subjects in games media in recent weeks, and now the direct consequences of the violence against women debate are being felt.
This week down under, MCV speaks to THQ about marketing Darksiders II, developers respond to Ouya and we interview Peter Molyneux.
NASSCOM today announced that Glen Schofield, co-founder and CEO of Sledgehammer Games, will deliver a keynote speech at this year’s NASSCOM Game Developer Conference 2012.
The UK developer behind this year’s Need for Speed: Most Wanted has revealed that EA has handed it complete control of the IP.
The studio behind Tony Hawk’s has been enlisted by owner Activision to aid development of Call of Duty franchise.
This week down under, more evidence of GAME Australia struggling comes up as it approaches its deadline to attract a buyer by next week:
A Wii U version of The Legend of Zelda is currently in the research and development phase at Nintendo.
MCV recently got the opportunity to sit down with Shuhei Yoshida, President of Sony Worldwide Studios, to talk about the brand at E3.
Publishing powerhouse Activision is set to establish a brand new mobile-focused studio in the UK.
Spec Ops: The Line developer Yager is not currently working on Dead Island 2, publisher Deep Silver has asserted.
Square Enix has taken the Game Development Contest India 2012 on the road.
The management team at Version2Games, including its president Rajat Ojha, has left the company to form The Awesome Game Studio.
According to the FICCI-KPMG Indian Media and Entertainment Industry Report 2012, the Indian games business was valued at 13bn Rupees ($259m) in 2011 – up 30 per cent.
Consumers who were left disappointed by the apparent news of the cancellation of Bayonetta 2 have been thrown a lifeline by the first game’s creator.
Japanese publisher Square Enix has announced long term plans for India with a primary focus on game development on mobile and social platforms.