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Developers Speak Out: Why Microconsoles? 6
by Christian Nutt [08.28.13]
What do developers think of microconsoles -- are they worth making games for? Do they have a future? Gamasutra speaks to Double Fine, Housemarque, Mojang, Tale of Tales and others to find out.
Business/Marketing, Console/PC, Indie, Smartphone/Tablet, Microconsole

Grunge, Grrrls and Video Games: Turning the dial for a more meaningful culture 135
by Leigh Alexander [08.16.13]
The grunge music movement usurped the big-haired incumbents during the 1990s. Will a similar supersession play out in the culture of video games? Leigh Alexander offers thought-provoking commentary, originally presented at the Nine Worlds Convention in the UK.
Business/Marketing, Design

Is Wii U's eShop right for your game? Indies sound off 2
by Kris Graft [08.15.13]
Wii U eShop indie developers talk to Gamasutra about what Nintendo's doing right and wrong with its digital distribution platform.
Business/Marketing, Indie, Digital Publishing

Getting from Modern War to the Future of Video Games 5
by Christian Nutt [08.14.13]
A conversation with Splinter Cell Blacklist creative director Maxime Béland and lead writer Richard Dansky about how triple-A creatives struggle to tell meaningful stories in a difficult medium.
Business/Marketing, Design, Interview, Console/PC

When players buy your game before it's done: Expert tips on alpha funding 4
by Mike Rose [07.30.13]
Interested in alpha funding? Find out what you need to know first -- from Dean Hall (DayZ), Chris Simpson (Project Zomboid), and of course Markus "Notch" Persson (Minecraft), among others.
Business/Marketing, Production, Console/PC, Indie, Social/Online, Crowdfunding, Alternative Funding

He Loves Bees: An interview with Xbox's experimental storyteller 3
by Kris Ligman [07.19.13]
Gamasutra sits down with Elan Lee, father of the Alternate Reality Game (including Halo 2's landmark I Love Bees campaign), to discuss his new work with Microsoft and a future beyond the ARG.
Business/Marketing, Design, Interview, Console/PC, Social/Online, Exclusive

Chasing the Whale: Examining the ethics of free-to-play games 119
by Mike Rose [07.09.13]
Free-to-play developers toss around the term "whales" -- but what are they? What are their lives like? And should designers stop targeting them? This in-depth piece examines the ethics around all angles on the issue.
Business/Marketing

Dwarf Fortress in 2013 20
by Mike Rose [07.02.13]
Gamasutra speaks to Tarn Adams, creator of the iconoclastic and unique simulation game, about his future plans, why he doesn't fraternize with developers, and why he resolutely refuses to sell out.
Business/Marketing, Design, Interview, Indie

How Double Fine's happy-go-lucky designer won Kickstarter 9
by Kris Graft [06.27.13]
Double Fine may have blown the doors open on video game crowdfunding, but that didn't make Brad Muir any less nervous about leading the studio's second Kickstarter campaign.
Business/Marketing, Design

Postmortem: Pangalore's Knightly Adventure 3
by Doyon Kim [06.21.13]
A 3D Unity MMO for smartphones and social networks -- one which has cloud-based saving and social elements? Oh, and it's the company's first game ever -- developed across two continents? No big deal.
Business/Marketing, Postmortem, Production, Art, Smartphone/Tablet