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Deep Silver: We’re enjoying our promotion to the Champions League

It may now be Europe’s second largest games publisher, but Deep Silver insists it will stay true to its independent roots. The Dead Island publisher saw its reputation rise this year following the acquisition of Saints Row, Volition and Metro: Last Light from bankrupt THQ. We are enjoying our promotion …

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Triple-A development in significant decline, EA claims

The number of studios working on triple-A games is at its lowest point for over a decade, EA’s chief creative director Richard Hilleman has claimed. What is true today is that there are fewer triple-A games being built than at the same point in the previous generation,” he says in …

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Why don’t gamers care about triple-A mobile games?

In the week before E3, Microsoft and Square Enix announced sequels to two of the biggest games of this generation – but they weren’t for Xbox One or PS4. They were for tablets. And they were met with apathy from consumers and journalists alike. Action RPG Deus Ex: The Fall …

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Just Cause 3 dev says there will be fewer triple-A games on next-gen consoles

The creative director of Just Cause 3 developer Avalanche has predicted fewer triple-A game releases in the future. That’s not to say that triple-A is going away, of course – despite the booming development costs and seemingly shrinking market. "I don’t think big-budget games are going away,” Stefan Ljungqvist told …

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