Entries in 'dev' (20)
Indie developer Sophie Houlden has withdrawn her game Rose and Time from Ouya’s digital marketplace.
Apple’s developer centre is currently offline and a message warns visitors that an attempt was made to access secure personal information of registered developers.
JiggeryPokery founder and former Zynga UK boss Matthew Wiggins has expressed concern over the viability of large mobile game developers.
Developing titles for PS4 and the new Xbox will be significantly more expensive than current-gen programming, according to Capcom.
Racing game studio Criterion is holding an open day for students eager to get a start in the game industry.
A Durango – or next-gen Xbox 720 – development kit that was touted for sale online looks to be real.
The technical director of respected Sega rhythm action title Space Channel 5: Part 2 is bringing a new music game to PS Vita.
Sony will spend less developing its next home console than it did with the PS3.
Rockstar Games is the latest firm to commit to developing on the unconfirmed Wii 2 console, according to rumours.
Microsoft has released a brand new Xbox Development Kit that promises to offer users increased efficiency and reduced costs.
PlayStation platform holder has confirmed to MCV that it will stop selling PSP development kits to studios on November 15th.
Development kits for Nintendo’s successor to the world-conquering DS handheld not only exist, but they’re also in the hands of key Japanese studios – that’s the claim being made by ...
Two senior developers are in the process of leaving Rockstar Leeds to kick-start their own indie development studio, Double 11.
Backbench MP Keith Vaz – better known within the game community for his frequently objectionable outbursts on violent game content – has made a last-minute exit from the Westminster eForum ...
David Braben has issued a stark warning on the future of the UK game industry.
Natal dev kits are installed across Take-Two’s entire fleet of subsidiary studios, according to the publisher’s CEO.
Gearbox Software has revealed that it may sell to other studios the right to develop a game based on the 1995 Michael Mann film Heat.
Warner Bros’ newly-purchased Midway studios are emerging as their reformed, restructured and rebranded selves, according to reports.
Microsoft has outlined its efforts for developers, marking 2009 as the year it looks to 'reduce risk and cut the cost of art development'