Tag Archives: publishing

Games Media Profile: Future

Daniel Dawkins, group editor-in-chief for games, tells MCV about Future Publishing’s major transition and the challenge of good journalism What are your main campaigns at the moment? We’re busy with the Golden Joysticks Awards, which move to a fantastic new venue this year, Indigo at 02. We’ve already broken a …

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Green Man Gaming opens publishing arm

Online retail giant Green Man Gaming has opened a digital publishing arm called Green Man Loaded. This is to be headed up by former Codemasters and Sega exec Gary Rowe, who is now serving as EVP of publishing. Back in February MCV reported that Green Man Gaming was helping indie …

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Developer Profile: Nnooo

Marching onward with our down under developer profiles, we look at Nnooo, one of the few smaller Aussie indies with a strong console focus.

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Activision resurrects Sierra as indie publishing label; Geometry War 3 confirmed

Despite some confusion on the matter, Activision has confirmed that publishing label Sierra is returning. The brand will be used as an indie publishing label, with the first confirmed titles being new Geometry Wars and King’s Quest games. Geometry Wars 3: Dimensions is being developed by Lucid Games and will …

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Nutter leaving Future as Gough named new games boss

Future has confirmed that Declan Gough is its new head of content and marketing for films, games and music. As part of the change Edge has been moved back into Future’s games division, having previously been shifted out into ‘creative’. It also continues the merging of content and marketing duties …

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Why Cliff Harris quit triple-A

Out of the current line-up of indie developers, Cliff Harris is among the longest serving. In his past he has worked for Lionhead of Fable fame, but now he is a lone gun. His outfit, Positech, is a stark contrast to that triple-A studio. On its website, you will see …

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Sold Out warns indies not to ignore traditional market

Publishing label Sold Out has told indies they shouldn’t ignore the opportunities that remain available in the traditional boxed market. Further to a recent deal struck with Worms developer Team 17, Sold Out is now on the hunt for new indie development partners that it argues are missing on substantial …

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