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14 employees have lost their jobs at developer Airtight Games.
Brain In a Jar is no more, founder and creative director Carl Dalton has confirmed.
Microsoft has announced a new competition that will give UK games developers a chance to better show off their work through Windows app stores.
“When we got close to the end, we still could have shipped. That’s why it’s hard.”
NASCAR and Ferrari Challenge developer Eutechnyx has been hit by a round of layoffs that has seen 12 employees lose their jobs.
Respawn Entertainment has confirmed that it is not handling development duties for the current-gen version of Titanfall.
The future looks bleak for cult Japanese studio Cave.
DICE may no longer be the sole developer of EA’s Battlefield series.
Former Studio Liverpool and Wipeout developers have opened a new studio called Firesprite.
Burnout developer Criterion has shrunk to a team of 15 developers as the majority of the studio works on Need for Speed: Rivals as Ghost UK.
One of Britain’s most successful games developers is celebrating an important milestone this month.
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.
Transformers owner Hasbro has acquired a majority stake in mobile games dev Backflip Studios.
The co-founder of Ignition Entertainment has announced the formation of a new “interactive indie developer and publisher of mobile and tablet games”.
Activision’s next Call of Duty will be called Call of Duty: Ghosts.
Racing game studio Criterion is holding an open day for students eager to get a start in the game industry.
Superbot Entertainment and Sony have gone their seperate ways following the release of PlayStation All-Stars: Battle Royale.
Eurocom, the British developer behind the latest James Bond game, has gone into administration.
UK games magazine PSM3 has claimed that Spark Unlimited has been handed the task of resurrecting the Onimusha franchise.
It may sound like an obvious statement, but Activision has been forced to clarify that it is indeed the publisher of Vita shooter Call of Duty Black Ops: Declassified.
One of the key studios from PlayStation’s rich history has today ceased operations.
The UK developer behind this year’s Need for Speed: Most Wanted has revealed that EA has handed it complete control of the IP.
Nintendo will offer bigger revenue cuts on digital downloads for the Wii U than other gaming platform providers, according to a report.
Questions are being asked about the future of shmup specialist Cave.