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Sold Out eyes publisher Top Ten by the end of first quarter

Boxed specialist Sold Out says that it will be in the publisher Top Ten rankings by the end of Q1. The company says that it predicts strong sales of the physical release of Sniper Elite 4 – developed by Oxford-based Rebellion – as well as the boxed version of Kickstarter …

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KISS wants to sign indie games at Interface 2016

KISS has signed up as a meeting host for the third iteration of Interface, a joint venture between MCV and Develop. The publisher will be taking part in a series of prearranged one-to-one meetings, where developers can pitch their games face-to-face in the hopes of securing that all-important publishing deal, …

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The hunt for the next big indie game is on

Everyone wanted Yooka-Laylee. The game is what some publishers have coined an ‘indie-A’. That’s an indie title that has more in common with triple-A blockbusters than low-budget, lower-fi efforts. (We used to call them ‘B-grade’ titles, but the industry loves a new label). Games like Yooka-Laylee don’t come around very …

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Fuze to publish Mega Man Legends successor Red Ash, console ports confirmed

Mega Man Legends spiritual successor Red Ash has been funded and confirmed for PS4 and Xbox One in addition to PC, thanks to a new publishing deal with Fuze Entertainment. VG247 reports on the news, which was announced by developer Comcept in an updated on the game’s in-progress Kickstarter campaign. …

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The practicalities of self-publishing and project timing

In the second of a four-part series of articles, Rebellion CEO shares his insight about where you should invest your time and effort Adapting your business to the self-publishing model requires a number of practical changes. You need someone who can handle PR, manage an internal marketing team or someone …

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50 games firms already signed up for Interface on May 14th

Serious momentum is gathering behind Interface, our brand new games content marketplace for pitching and presenting new games and products. There are 50 games companies already signed up to take part in the all-day event taking place on May 14th at Candid Arts, near Angel in Central London. Interface is …

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OPINION: Why have publishers remained silent over #GamerGate?

This last month has not been the most professionally inspiring for anyone who works in online games journalism. And while most normal humans who don’t have to spend the majority of their waking hours online may be largely unaware of the gritty details surrounding #GamerGate, if you’re in the industry …

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Ubisoft vs The World

Corrupting journalists. Misrepresenting women. Misleading gamers… even a bizarre accusation of racism. Ubisoft has been criticised quite a bit lately. Some of the complaints have been fair, others have been absolute nonsense but regardless, the organisation behind Assassin’s Creed and Just Dance has found itself under intense scrutiny over the …

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FIFA 15 release date, first trailer revealed

FIFA 15 will release on 25th September, and at its EA released the game’s first gameplay trailer at its E3 press conference last night. The PS4, Xbox One and PC versions will offer the same features using the new Ignite Engine. Versions of FIFA 15 will also be released on …

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Grand Theft Auto V coming to PC, PS4, Xbox One this year

The fan petitions haven’t gone in vain.Rockstar has confirmed that GTA V is heading to PC as well as to PS4 and Xbox One. The game was reveled as part of Sony’s E3 press conference last night, but will be released across all three platforms. Due for release this autumn, …

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