Entries in 'Development' (199)
While the EB EXPO is kicking off at the Sydney Showgrounds, some big changes are afoot in the Australian industry.
Xbox One locks away around ten per cent of its GPU power from developers… for now.
An undoubtedly completely innocent tech mishap has seemingly named a number of Valve developers currently working on Half-Life 3.
Ubisoft is set to invest $373 million into its Quebec operations over the next seven years, a move that will generate 500 additional jobs in the province.
Development of sword fighting game Clang has been put on hold, despite the game successfully hitting its Kickstarter target last year.
A lot has been written about PlayStation’s remarkable journey over the last few years.
In what is perhaps the first Indian game to be named after a celebrity, Hungama and Gameshastra have just released John Abraham: Drag Racer for iOS and Android.
Gameloft has attributed around €1.1 million in expenses to restructuring of operations in India and the Philippines.
A group from the UK games industry has today established Dev Union, which hopes to encourage debate around the establishment of a UK trade union for those in the games ...
PS3 racer Gran Turismo 6 is due out on December 6th. And it’s about 80 per cent completed.
Gregg Barnett, creator of Commodore 64 classic VS fighting game The Way of the Exploding Fists, will speak at this year’s NASSCOM Game Developer Conference.
175 jobs have today been lost following the sad news that UK development stalwart Blitz Games has ceased trading.
The creator of Gun Monkeys and Ben There Dan That has put development of what was to be his next project on hold.
If the numbers coming from Nintendo are to be believed, indie development interest in Wii U is at astronomic levels.
UTV Indiagames today releases Fighter Lukkha, a free-to-play action-strategy game for feature phones.
The Awesome Game Studio’s arcade-styled educational puzzle game Alphaman is out now for iOS and Android.
It may be too late to convince third parties to support Wii U, claims Bethesda’s VP of PR and marketing Pete Hines.
New Zealand bans software patents this week, we talk to Five Star Games after a year of business, and look at trends in Aussie ad spending.
Rami Ismail, one half of influential indie developer Vlambeer, will speak at this year’s NASSCOM Game Developer Conference.
This week we learned that Saint's Row IV will have to go head-to-head with GTA V, and that a new game criticism publishing label has formed.
The CEO of Skylanders: Giants and Swap Force co-developer N-Space has said that his studio currently has no Nintendo games in development for the first time in a decade.
One man close to Valve has delivered a crushing blow to the millions of gamers patiently waiting on Half-Life 3.
Tiny Mogul Games has just announced its new game, Shiva, a colourful side-scrolling endless runner that also allows the players to rewind time.
NASSCOM and Indie Game Dev India BYOG 2012 winner Project Heera has been selected as one of the three nominees for the 2014 BAFTA Ones To Watch award.
The Awesome Game Studio has announced Alphaman, which mixes puzzles with arcade entertainment and education through spelling and reading.