Entries in 'Development' (211)
The last Budget of the current Government will provide tax help for the UK games industry, Chancellor Alistair Darling has said.
Microsoft’s Natal is still a good seven or eight months away from launch, but a research director for the platform holder has already confirmed that work has begun on the ...
Acclaimed developer Valve may be on the verge of ending its self-imposed absence from PS3 development by assuring fans that it will end up supporting Sony’s increasingly popular console at ...
Sega has placed faith in an external indie developer to build on its treasured Sonic franchise.
Two senior developers are in the process of leaving Rockstar Leeds to kick-start their own indie development studio, Double 11.
Rockstar Games has finally spoken on the record about accusations that the working atmosphere at its San Diego studio were cruch-heavy.
David Braben has issued a stark warning on the future of the UK game industry.
Ahead of what increasingly looks like a very different year for Wii than it has had before, Ubisoft has become the latest publisher to say that its business ambitions are ...
The global game industry has been hit by as many as 11,500 job losses since late 2008, a new study suggests.
Microsoft has invested significant money and time to ensure its upcoming motion controller Natal is as accomplished as its host console, yet suspected “lag issues” may curb the peripheral’s chances ...
The president of Square Enix – the increasingly Western-facing Japan-headquartered publishing empire – has refuted the widely held view that the Japanese game industry is in decline.
The UK government has again rejected calls for tax breaks in the game development sector.
Microsoft has today confirmed it will reveal more details about its Project Natal 360 peripheral to developers at its Gamefest conferences this February.
A total of seven EA-owned studios are alleged to be hit by the publisher’s mass-layoff operations.
Electronic Arts has revealed that the vast majority of its global staff cuts will be made in its own development studios.
In what is fast appearing as the game industry’s largest ever mass-migration from East to West, mega-publisher Square Enix is rumoured to be reducing as many as 300 staff from ...
Layoffs have been administered to some of the development force responsible for Activision’s new Wolfenstein game.