The State of the Vita, 20127 by Eric Caoili[10.04.12]
Sony won't cut the price of its new handheld in 2012, which many worry could stall its chances of success. With a few big games left in the year and some promising 2013 titles, as well as new indie-friendly programs, can the system pull through?
Memorial: Composer Ryu Umemoto10 by Audun Sorlie[09.25.12]
Though not very well known in the West, Ryu Umemoto (a composer for shmup creator Cave, among others) was a beloved member of the Japanese game industry who tragically died at the young age of 37 just last year -- and in this article, journalist and friend Audun Sorlie explores his life and work.
Kickstarter for the Average Indie10 by Keith Burgun[09.12.12]
Much has been made of the major success of companies like Double Fine and inXile have found with Kickstarter -- but what can an average small team with a solid idea expect? Dinofarm Games developer Keith Burgun recounts a tale of two Kickstarters: one failed, one successful.
How DICE Does It6 by Christian Nutt[09.10.12]
Karl Magnus Troedsson, general manager at DICE in Stockholm speaks about what the team has learned over the years of creating the successful Battlefield franchise and how that then is fed from the creative core of the studio out to other developers, and about building studio culture and fostering innovation.