Entries in 'Development' (273)
ManiatyMedia, Arenamedia and Defiant Development today announced their new war journalism action game Warco with an intense proof of concept video.
With THQ Studio Australia in Brisbane is closing its doors, SEGA Studios Australia is now looking at avenues for providing opportunities for former THQ staff.
THQ has shut the doors to two of its Australian studios this week, as well as a development team in Phoenix totalling 200 employees gone.
Mark Fludder from the Information Industries Bureau continues his discussion with MCV Pacific on the current state of Queensland development.
EA Sports has announced it will open a new studio in Austin, Texas that will create around 300 jobs.
The boss of Australian group Team Bondi “screamed at staff in the middle of the office” during the “brutal” development of LA Noire, according to an explosive depiction of life ...
Despite grabbing lots of the E3 headlines with its impressive showing of the new Tomb Raider game, a senior Square Enix exec has said that this year's show has painted ...
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Sony will spend less developing its next home console than it did with the PS3.
It's one of the most prevalent trends of the current generation, and speaking to investors even the president of the world's most powerful gaming firm has admitted that Nintendo must ...
Rockstar Games is the latest firm to commit to developing on the unconfirmed Wii 2 console, according to rumours.
Ignition Entertainment believes the market for games that specifically target Japanese consumers is diminishing.
Review score aggregator Metacritic has begun profiling individual games industry professionals.
Individual listings of studio heads, project leads and game designers currently show a basic outline of their career ...
Australian smartphone game developer Firemint invested $2 million in building its high-end mobile game Real Racing 2, the studio has said.
One of the most successful console developers of our generation has warned that the traditional core games audience as we know it "isn’t really expanding much".
Studios for 13 countries around the world have already entered Computec’s Make The Game competition.
The arrival of two new handheld platforms will bring high-end mobile technologies to the market, but also a significant increase in project budgets, according to developers working in the field.
Hopes of a sequel to 2008 first person platform outing Mirror's Edge appear to have diminished with word from EA-owned developer DICE that the project has been put on hold.
Sony will release games for its NGP handheld simultaneously at both retail and on PSN.
Birmingham City University is to run several Gamer Camp 'finishing school' courses at its NTI Birmingham city-centre development facility.
Computec Media is giving games developers the chance to establish themselves on the browser gaming scene.