Entries in 'publisher' (14)
Bandai Namco was the UK’s most successful games publisher last month for the first time in the firm’s history.
For more than two decades, Team 17 has helped to define the UK development sector. Now, it plans to redefine what it means to be a games publisher.
So, you’ve seen our stories and updates: Interface is coming on May 14th.
PC stalwart Paradox Interactive kicked 2015 off in style by launching Cities: Skylines to great aplomb.
Capcom says it is now in a ‘better place’ as it prepares for its 2015 comeback.
Diminishing returns for developments and unfair demands from publishers are the reason why Oddworld Inhabitants founder Lorne Lanning closed his studio in 2005.
It very much sounds like a publishing business, but Fez creator Phil Fish has said it doesn’t want to describe it as such.
Western mobile game devs are being offered a new route into the lucrative Asian digital games market.
Digital games retailer Green Man Gaming says it could begin publishing games later this year.
Earlier this month, Ghostlight launched an unusual appeal to help bring DS RPG Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Summoner 2.
Facebook has revealed a new mobile game publishing pilot program aimed at helping small and medium-sized developers.
Developer Crytek will become a fully-fledged publisher in a matter of weeks.
The co-founder of Ignition Entertainment has announced the formation of a new “interactive indie developer and publisher of mobile and tablet games”.
Most consumers know that when buying a new game they’ll get a good chunk of the cost back if they trade it in within two weeks.