Hundreds of games are now released every month, while ‘games as a service’ ask ever more commitment from players. Surely something has to give?
I spoke to Curve Digital, Coatsink and Freejam about their efforts to publish games in China in an article for Kotaku UK.
Grand Theft Auto V, Forza Horizon 3, Sea of Thieves, Crackdown 3… a surprisingly huge number of amazing games are made by developers in the UK.
EA has closed Visceral Games and declared that it will ‘pivot’ the single-player Star Wars game it was developing into something with more longevity. But are single-player games really dead?
I feel like we’re only a small sneeze away from having opinion polls in the games industry. It’s […]
Do not pass go, do not collect 200 dollars The way consumers act you’d think the big publishers […]
Indie developers are great. It is truly impressive what these guys and girls can pull off with relatively […]
We’ve all been there at some point in our careers: worked long hard hours, taken a personal interest […]
The video game industry is an amazing microcosm of capitalism. Businesses rise and fall. They invest, research, innovate […]