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UK developer Jagex has confirmed that Sam Forrest is its new VP of communications.
No, that’s not a typo. Transformers Universe is not a MOBA. It’s a MOTA.
Jagex is one of the oldest names in free-to-play games, having launched RuneScape in 2001.
Shops can help sell free games, says free-to-play specialist Jagex.
Jagex has teamed up with UK gaming charity GamesAid.
RuneScape 3 has racked up over 300,000 new players since launching only one month ago.
Games industry representation has fallen in the latest edition of the Sunday Times Rich List.
Jagex have splash out half a million pounds on a Runescape TV and cinema marketing campaign.
There’s no hiding the impact that digital games is having on retail.
People don’t want to pay for games.
Former THQ PR chief Sam Forrest has joined online giant Jagex as director of PR.
Jagex’s long-running, massively popular MMO RuneScape is perhaps even more popular than we thought.
Jagex is closing its MMO 8Realms after little more than a year since the game's closed beta was released.
Jagex will finally show off Transformers Universe to the UK public later this month.
David Solari has joined Cambridge publisher Jagex as chief marketing officer.
A New York venture capital firm has purchased further shares in Jagex to increase its stake to 55 per cent, effectively transferring control of the Runescape developer from the UK ...
RuneScape development studio and publisher Jagex has appointed two new staff to senior positions.
Speaking at the recent Edinburgh Interactive conference, Gerhard said Microsoft, Sony and Nintendo were each opposed to the idea of Runescape players interacting across rival platforms.
“There is part of the community you’ll never be able to please,” says Mark Gerhard, the CEO of one of Britain’s most successful games studios.
Leading social games specialist Jagex has said that its Transformers Universe MMO will enter the beta testing phase in the very near future.
Jagex CEO Mark Gerhard has been added to this year’s Edinburgh Interactive bill.
UK independent studio Jagex has scored a global publishing deal with social MMO New York children’s media firm Herotainment.
The powerhouse Transformers IP will next year get a brand new MMO following an agreement between casual behemoth Jagex and rights holder Hasbro.
RuneScape studio Jagex has signed an agreement with TripleACodes to distribute the game in Eastern Europe.