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Shahrukh Khan’s upcoming film, Chennai Express, is set to receive the mobile game treatment.
This year’s NASSCOM Game Developer Conference will take place in Pune on 15th and 16th November.
Hosted by the NASSCOM Gaming Forum, the NASSCOM Game Developer Conference is India's largest game development and industry summit.
One of Britain’s most successful games developers is celebrating an important milestone this month.
A damaging new report claims that the UK games industry employs just over 5,000 people – but it is massively inaccurate, MCV research has concluded.
Ouya is set to open a new $1 million fund to help boost successful Kickstarter projects.
JiggeryPokery founder and former Zynga UK boss Matthew Wiggins has expressed concern over the viability of large mobile game developers.
The biggest challenge for gaming in India at the moment is getting the government to recognise it as an industry on its own, PlayStation India country manager Atindriya Bose has ...
The number of studios working on triple-A games is at its lowest point for over a decade, EA’s chief creative director Richard Hilleman has claimed.
The first game developed by Zynga’s Indian studio is out now on Facebook and is headed soon to tablets.
Mumbai-based Trine Entertainment is planning to go public with an IPO, reports have suggested.
Another Indian studio has found itself in the midst of cloning accusations, only this time, it’s Delhi-based SuperSike Games’ Yet Another Bird Game that appears to have been cloned.
Coinciding with the ongoing Wimbledon Championships, Rolocule Games has released its new game, Motion Tennis, a motion-controlled game that uses the iPhone/iPod Touch and Apple TV.
Gameshastra is a very busy studio these days. Having just released Kite Fight for PS3, the Hyderabad studio has another Move title set for release this week.
Developer Infinity Ward cannot finish work on key elements of Call of Duty: Ghosts as it is yet to receive final next-gen hardware samples.
Concerns about Nintendo’s financial health are missing the point, design legend Shigeru Miyamoto has argued.