Entries in 'develop' (95)
The Develop 100 has been published today - and is available to read online for free.
The 2010 edition of the Develop 100 has named Nintendo as the most successful games developer in the world.
Intent Media’s Sourcebook is back this July.
The 2010 Develop Conference and expo has opened registration.
So who are the world's most bankable games studios?
The Wii has come in for some harsh criticism thanks to what many have described as cheap ports of games originally designed with a joypad in mind, but Sony has ...
The only site exclusively targeted at Euro games development has enjoyed its best ever January traffic.
Capcom has said in an investor Q&A that it intends to change the way it handles third party development partnerships with the intention of delegating new IP projects to its ...
British studios will look abroad when expanding their business in future – after seeing hopes for a tax credit dashed by today's Pre-Budget Report.
Has a slow working week left you pondering your employment? As Christmas draws close is a move to a new studio or relocation to a different country a tempting proposition?
Over 500 people packed into the Hilton Metropole hotel last night to see 15 different firms or individuals take home a Develop Award.
Over 500 games development execs saw 15 different winners walk home with a Develop Award last night.
Speaking at her keynote at the Develop Conference 2009's Games/Edu strand Alice Taylor, commissioning editor for education at Channel 4, has pointed to the potential educational games offer as revenue ...
Physical media is at the sunset of its lifespan. Eventually, all games will be based online.
As you might have noticed, Develop has just overhauled its web presence - and we've even got a new URL, too.
Washington-based independent Valve has said it is reluctant to develop PS3 games due to the system’s complex hardware design.
The Develop Awards will this year take place on July 15th, returning to the Hilton Metropole Hotel in Brighton.
Longtime Edge Online frontman Colin Campbell has joined Intent Media as head of US content and business development.