Entries in 'Development' (59)
Senator Ludlam: "looking at it from a purely hard-headed economic perspective, we are missing an extraordinary opportunity here"
11 and 12 year old children across the UK will be issued with a pocket-sized codeable computer courtesy of the BBC.
The figure is within the £15-million budget.
The open letter to the gaming community has closed with just short of 2,500 developers signing it.
Crowdfunded space sim Star Citizen will be one of the industry's biggest triple-A developments, according to creator Chris Roberts.
New Zealand's game developers have thrived in the transition from physical to digital media.
From today, Develop Online now has a dedicated Pacific editor.
MCV sister site Develop has appointed a Pacific editor, Trade Media announces today.
First-party Xbox studio Rare has laid off around 16 staff.
Indie developers in Australia and New Zealand can now submit their games for consideration as part of PAX Aus 2014's Indie Showcase.
Nate Wells, who most recently served as art director on The Last of Us, has left the studio.
Former Naughty Dog developer Amy Hennig has joined EA's Visceral Games.
Developers Kim Swift and Clint Hocking have been recruited to Amazon's internal game studio.
From Software has issued a statement in response to consumer accusations regarding the graphical quality of Dark Souls II.
The release of The Witcher 3 has been shifted out to February 2015, says CD Projekt RED.
PlayStation 4 racing simulation DriveClub has "gone back to the drawing board," according to Sony.
The creative director of the Uncharted series has left Naughty Dog, according to a report on IGN.
Microsoft is apparently looking to extend Xbox Live across new mobile platforms, including iOS and Android, according to a report.
Last week in a shock announcement, Take-Two and Ken Levine announced that Irrational Games – the studio behind BioShock – was being closed.
Dean ‘Rocket’ Hall says he plans to quit Bohemia Interactive by the end of the year, leaving DayZ in the hands of the studio’s team.
The studio behind BioShock and BioShock Infinite has laid off most of its staff, says creative director Ken Levine.
Sega Sammy has resurrected Atlus as a development brand.
"The whole 'old guard' where you get a Game Informer cover and an E3 reveal is dead," says Cliff Bleszinski.
The next Call of Duty will be a "next-gen-first production", says Activision.
A design choice in upcoming Wii U title Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze is indicative of the struggles even first-party developers are enduring with Nintendo's console.