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Upcoming 3D platformer Yooka-Laylee will get a physical boxed edition at launch.
Horror title Allison Road has returned following its apparent cancellation in June.
Publisher Team 17 has had its say on the cancellation of Allison Road, although nothing new is revealed in the statement.
Developer Lilith has blamed the recent shock cancellation of horror title Allison Road on a split with publishing partner Team 17.
The Escapists, Yooka-Laylee, Beyond Eyes... 2015 has been one of the most exciting years in Team17’s history. Not bad for a business that’s now 25-years-old. MCV speaks to CEO Debbie ...
The narrative goes that boxed games retail is dying as the digital market thrives.
Developer Lilith has halted its Kickstarter crowdfunding push for survival horror title Allison Road.
Rapidly-rising UK games publisher Team17 says it is on course to double its revenue in 2015.
Indie. It’s a word that instantly conjures visions of 2D platformers, retro graphics and quirky gameplay, of bedroom designers and nervous-looking developers showing their life's work in the corner of ...
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.
Finally, thanks to digital distribution, developers can ditch those creatively restrictive publishers and go it alone. MCV speaks to those companies who insist the right publisher can be a force ...
Industry veteran Sam Forrest has joined indie publisher Team 17 as its PR director.
Alongside Tomb Raider, Halo and Quantum Break on stage at Microsoft’s Gamescom 2014 press conference was a pixel-art title called The Escapists.
“I started my career with both games and Team 17 when I applied for a QA Tester position back in 2011,” says Team 17 senior PR executive Bethany Aston.
The co-founder of Team 17 began her career in retail, working her way up to store promotional manager for an indie video games chain, where she opened over 100 concessions ...