Entries in 'Development' (228)
Lost Planet 3 studio Spark Unlimited has laid off employees and abandoned game development.
Two more companies are on board for our new games industry event Interface, where they will be seeking potential new partnerships with games developers.
Ripstone and Fireproof Games join the ...
The finalists for the 2015 Develop Industry Excellence Awards have been selected, with close to 140 companies competing for glory at this year’s event.
The BFI has released figures for the first full year of UK games tax relief, reporting a UK spend of £14m towards the production of approved titles.
Australia has seemingly lost its last triple-A games developer.
Ubisoft has hinted that more releases set in the Child of Light universe are on the way.
The need for growth that fundamentally underpins capitalist business structure is killing the development sector.
Capcom has admitted that development of its free-to-play online next-gen dungeon crawler Deep Down has been hard going.
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
12 per cent of developers who participated in GDC 2014’s State of the Industry Survey say they are working on a game they would classify as an eSports title. 79 ...
The head of music at UK developer Rare has suggested that the studio will unveil at least one new title in 2015.
Cryptic Comet’s Vic Davis is leaving digital development to focus on creating board games.
A further chunk of the Xbox One’s internal processing power has been handed over to developers, leaked information claims.
The policy which demands that indie games for Xbox One do not arrive on other platforms first isn’t concrete.
Looking for the chance to combine your desire to discover extra terrestrial life and make video games? Today is your lucky day.
The new Apple Watch has gained early support from at least one major publisher.
The writer behind Spec Ops: The Line and upcoming shooter Evolve has quit triple-A games development.
A dedicated controller designed to suit the needs of virtual reality titles could well be in development at Oculus Rift.
Out of the current line-up of indie developers, Cliff Harris is among the longest serving.
Bandai Namco has insisted that development of Tekken X Street Fighter is continuing.
Retailer GameStop wans to increase the amount of exclusive content it can offer customers who use it to pre-order games.
Will Zelda for Wii U be an open world game? Perhaps not in the traditional sense.
Gears of War creator Cliff Bleszinski is officially coming "out of retirement" and returning to game development.
PlayStation Vita owners can expect more indie titles but fewer triple-A first-party games in the future.
Crowd-funded microconsole Ouya continues to attract new developers – around 1,000 a month according to CEO Julie Uhrman.