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21 per cent of popular video game YouTubers have admitted to being paid by developers to cover their titles.
Chinese developers are being blocked from buying Oculus Rift dev kits due to the number of units being sold on by buyers.
A large number of employees at the Crytek UK office have staged a walkout and are no longer going to work, according to a report.
A new all-you-can-eat access service for Android console Ouya has caused consternation amongst developers.
59 per cent of all UK development studios employ four staff or less, according to a Tiga survey.
Well over 250 developers around the globe are working on Chris Roberts' prominent Kickstarter success story Star Citizen.
Xbox One’s voice commands will continue to be available even in games where developers have chosen to use the recently freed Kinect GPU power for other tasks.
Crowd-funded microconsole Ouya continues to attract new developers – around 1,000 a month according to CEO Julie Uhrman.
A financial presentation by Ubisoft has confirmed that ten different studios and subsidiaries are working on the next Assassin's Creed.
Towns, which was Greenlit on Steam over a year and a half ago, has been cut adrift by its developers.
The state of Georgia has signed a new tax incentive program for video game makers into law.
Publisher Square Enix has opened its new game-pitching Collective program to all developers after completing its pilot phase.
While Microsoft is enjoying great success with its renewed Xbox One indie focus, the chances of its parity policy being rescinded look slim.
Resident Evil and Monster Hunter creator Capcom is about to embark on a major recruitment push, with plans to hire at least 500 developers over the next five years.
PEGI has detailed a new rating system due to be rolled out worldwide.
An undoubtedly completely innocent tech mishap has seemingly named a number of Valve developers currently working on Half-Life 3.
Nintendo is working hard on building an infrastructure to support independent developers on its 3DS and Wii U platforms, says Reggie Fils-Aime.
Quick – there might be a new indie villain in town!
The PC gaming sector remains the most powerful, diverse and important in the world, Nvidia has argued.
Perhaps spotting a chink in the enemy’s armour, Nintendo appears to have rejuvenated its efforts to win favour amongst indie developers.