Entries in 'publishing' (135)
Developer Crytek will become a fully-fledged publisher in a matter of weeks.
Nintendo has been told that it must sell more Wii U’s if it wishes to win back the affections of third party publisher EA.
Microsoft’s insistence on indie devs requiring a publishing partner has angered indie dev Lorne Lanning.
Increased costs and diminishing returns – for many that was the story of this generation. And it’s not something that Take-Two wants to repeat.
Despite the allure of self-publishing, smartphone game developers are flocking to big firms to help their games find an audience.
The latest ABC numbers from Future Entertainment show that the publishing company now reaches a higher global audience than ever before.
Koch Media owned publisher Deep Silver has added another notable title to its ranks – Grasshopper’s Killer Is Dead.
This year, our salary survey shows a decline in the average UK games industry yearly wage.
NewBay Media has acquired MCV publisher Intent Media, to create a new European operation.
It’s not often that you get to see the Activision logo on your iDevice screen.
Publisher and media group Future has reported normalised operating profit of £6.9m for the year ending September 30th.
Indie PC hit Minecraft is hitting the High Street – but you’ll have to head to the book aisle to find it.
Chronicles of Riddick and Syndicate developer Starbreeze Studios has signed a two-game publishing deal with 505 Games.
Extreme sports brand Red Bull is to try its hand at video games publishing… again.
The days of Satoru Iwata cowering behind the sofa at the mere mention of the internet are (mostly) behind us.
A report has claimed Nintendo has now acquired co-ownership status of Tecmo Koei's horror IP Fatal Frame.
THQ has struck a deal with Koch Media that will see the company assume responsibility for distribution in Spain and Italy.
Games mags X360 and 360 Magazine have been merged by publisher Imagine.
Former Future publishing exec James Binns has announced his new new publishing company Network N.
Having already squared off against Steam in the triple-A sector, EA now wants Origin to hold its own in the indie game scene.
The founders of UK developer Splash Damage have launched a new publishing operation named WarChest, that will focus on releasing free, digitally distributed games.
Ustwo, the makers of hit app Whale Trail, have signed a publishing deal with Penguin division Pearson.
The mutually beneficial relationship between Facebook and Zynga could soon become more complicated, with the Farmville creator ready to launch an eye-catching games portal that exists outside of the social ...