Tag Archives: In-depth

Gods & Monsters, Uplay+, Roller Champions: Ubisoft’s talks new IPs, new platforms and new strategies

We talks to EMEA executive director Alain Corre about Ubisoft’s new lease of life, free from Vivendi, and how it’s experimenting on many different fronts from new IPs to new platforms, new territories and free-to-play

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Bandai Namco on Little Nightmares 2, Tori and why Europe is ‘the future of the group’

Having explored an array of varied projects in the past few years, Bandai Namco Entertainment Europe has learnt many lessons, reaching a newfound maturity. Hervé Hoerdt tells us about BNEE’s ambitions, its expectations for brand new project Tori and how the European branch has finally found its identity

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Regional spotlight – From free-to-play to the ‘epicenter of gaming’: How Hamburg ships games around the world

For our third regional spotlight, we take you to Germany. Destination: Hamburg. Following a successful transition from free-to-play browser games to much much more, the ‘epicenter of gaming in Germany’ has a lot to offer, from an excellent quality of life to the support of an incomparable cluster of games talent

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Franchise potential, long-term vision and community-driven: Is your game what Sega Searchlight is looking for?

Following up on Sega’s acquisition of Two Point Studios, we have a chat with Bobby Wertheim, who works at Sega’s incubation programme Searchlight. He details why the firm wants to acquire indie studios, what we can expect from the publishing label and what the process is like when you sign up with Searchlight

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