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Dozens of leading games companies will be heading to London next week for the return of Interface.
Digital retailer and publisher Green Man Gaming is once again showing its support of indie developers by backing next month’s Interface event.
505 Games is back at Interface next month and looking forward to connecting with the “unsung heroes of UK development”.
“Everybody’s a critic,” goes the old adage and, in the age of the YouTube comment and customer review, rarely has it seemed more veracious.
So, you’ve seen our stories and updates: Interface is coming on May 14th.
A new Government-funded organisation has been set-up to help developers stamp out bugs and online issues in their games. Tony Dyhouse, director of the Trustworthy Software Initiative, explains
Volition’s creative director Steve Jaros has said that Anita Sarkeesian was right to criticise the Saints Row games in her latest video.
Developers are being lured away from PC and mobile platforms back to the latest generation of console hardware, according to a new report.
The Respawn game developer conference has announced the lineup for its second installment.
The closure of a studio is never something to celebrate, but at least the Neversoft team went out in a (quite literal) blaze of glory.
Diminishing returns for developments and unfair demands from publishers are the reason why Oddworld Inhabitants founder Lorne Lanning closed his studio in 2005.
Blizzard’s chief creative officer Rob Pardo has left after 17 years with the studio.
Redmond-based developer Airtight Games has been closed just weeks after the release of its latest title, Murdered: Soul Suspect.
A number of staff at Crytek UK have not been paid their full salary since April 21st, a source connected to the matter has told MCV's sister site Develop.
UK developer Sumo Digital is heading up the Xbox 360 version of Forza Horizon 2.
Playground Games is not developing the Xbox 360 version of Forza Horizon 2.
An unspecified number of jobs have been lost at Microsoft owned developer Rare.
A financial presentation by Ubisoft has confirmed that ten different studios and subsidiaries are working on the next Assassin's Creed.
The next Call of Duty won’t be released on Wii U, it seems.
14 employees have lost their jobs at developer Airtight Games.
Brain In a Jar is no more, founder and creative director Carl Dalton has confirmed.
Microsoft has announced a new competition that will give UK games developers a chance to better show off their work through Windows app stores.
“When we got close to the end, we still could have shipped. That’s why it’s hard.”
NASCAR and Ferrari Challenge developer Eutechnyx has been hit by a round of layoffs that has seen 12 employees lose their jobs.
Respawn Entertainment has confirmed that it is not handling development duties for the current-gen version of Titanfall.