Entries in 'publishing' (46)
Chillingo is one of EA’s forgotten divisions.
Traditional publishers should be worried by the phenomenal success of DayZ, creator Dean Hall has warned.
Future UK has appointed former tech and games boss Nial Ferguson as its new managing director.
Xbox Live Arcade and PSN title Skullgirls looks likely to be removed from sale in the near future.
The director of the ID@Xbox initiative has outlined the extensive number of partnerships Microsoft has forged with indie devs for the Xbox One.
The industry’s pre-owned U-turn continues to gather pace.
Endemol, the UK production company behind Deal or No Deal and Big Brother, is expanding to app publishing.
ZeniMax owned Skyrim publisher Bethesda has set up camp in Sydney.
Olivier Wolff talks a lot about relevance. And for good reason.
Publisher Square Enix has promoted three long-term employees to new senior roles.
Future CEO Mark Wood has confirmed in an internal memo this morning that the company is to cut approximately 55 jobs.
Microsoft has announced the creation of a European publishing team, which will be led by Lionhead Studio’s boss John Needham.
The CEO of indie developer InXile has claimed that Microsoft has completely reversed its approach to indies on Xbox One in the space of just 90 days.
Hotline Miami publisher Devolver Digital has announced a partnership with indie developer Deconstructeam to publish its point-and-click adventure title, Gods Will Be Watching.
Microsoft’s former games VP Ed Fries has warned big publishers that a digital gaming future could result in their demise
Facebook has revealed a new mobile game publishing pilot program aimed at helping small and medium-sized developers.
Many big things happened in Melbourne this week at PAX's first ever international outing, while EB EXPO starts to ramp up.
UK games mag 360 Gamer is to unveil its new branding with its next issue.
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.