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British games industry veteran Ian Livingstone has left Square Enix after more than 20 years working with the team.
The strong reaction to the inclusion of what appeared to be an attempted rape in a recent trailer for Tomb Raider is disproportional, Ian Livingstone has claimed.
There's still no news on the new exec director, but attendees to UKIE's successful AGM last week would be be forgiven for thinking it didn't need a leader.
The games industry will get its chance to speak to the nation next week, with the BBC’s Newsnight programme scheduled to run a feature on the Livingstone-Hope Skills Review.
Ian Livingstone will receive the top Development Legend honour at next month's Develop Awards.
Working with Alex Hope of Double Negative since July last year, I’ve had the privilege of leading the largest quantitative research study to date on skills in the video games ...
All those involved with the UK games industry have been invited to attend next week's presentation of the Livingstone-Hope report.
Expect to see more of Square Enix’s violent criminal duo Kane & Lynch.
Long-term servant of the games industry and current life president of Eidos Ian Livingstone was awarded a British Inspiration Award for his work in the interactive entertainment sector at this ...
Though we’re yet to learn the specifics of how exactly the government’s promised video games tax breaks will take shape, Eidos life president Ian Livingstone has praised Chancellor Darling’s decision ...
The UK took too long to recognise the cultural and financial merits of video games, Eidos Life President Ian Livingstone has said at the Westminster eForum.
UK development legend Ian Livingstone has raised concerns over the growth in pre-owned sales on the High Street – suggesting the practice may force publishers and studios to bypass traditional ...
The Conservative Party’s Creative Industries Task Force, which examines ways in which the Government can ensure the UK remains a leader in video game development, has asked MCV’s readership to ...