Gamasutra is part of the Informa Tech Division of Informa PLC

This site is operated by a business or businesses owned by Informa PLC and all copyright resides with them. Informa PLC's registered office is 5 Howick Place, London SW1P 1WG. Registered in England and Wales. Number 8860726.


Gamasutra: The Art & Business of Making Gamesspacer
View All     RSS
May 21, 2022
arrowPress Releases
If you enjoy reading this site, you might also want to check out these UBM Tech sites:





Your search returned 575 results.
Order by: date|relevance
GDC China: Glu Mobile’s Future of Mobile Gaming
As part of the recent Game Developer Conference China mobile track, Kim Daniel Arthur, CTO of Glu Mobile's Asia-Pacific operations discussed "The Future of Mobile Gaming", discussing current and upcoming trends and technologies from real time online gamin
08.30.07 | News | Mathew Kumar
GDC China: Red 5's Taewon Yun On Localizing Culture
There are no homogeneous markets for MMOs, warned Red 5 production VP Taewon Yun in his GDC China speech, laying out a number of translation and localization pitfalls and best practices for developers hoping to launch a game for a diverse and global audi
08.30.07 | News | Marcelo Careaga, Staff
GDC China: SOE's Greg Short On Embracing Industry Disruption
At a GDC China keynote, Sony Online director of platform product management Greg Short rallied for embracing industry disruption, praising the Wii and Microsoft's Achievement system for its wider effects, and showed how Sony was doing the same with its St
08.30.07 | News | Marcelo Careaga, Staff
GDC China: Glu Mobile’s Future of Mobile Gaming
The Game Developer Conference China included a mobile track, highlighting the importance of the mobile games industry within China. Kim Daniel Arthur, CTO of Glu Mobile's Asia-Pacific operations discussed "The Future of Mobile Gaming" on stage in Shanghai, looking at current and upcoming trends and technologies.
08.30.07 | Feature | Mathew Kumar
Niko Partners, Game Developer Research Explore Chinese Game Outsourcing
Chinese market research and consulting firm Niko Partners has presented results from its latest report, with data collected by Game Developer Research, at GDC China, showing that over $35 million will be spent outsourcing game assets to China in 2007.
08.28.07 | News | Staff
GDC China Opens, Exceeds Attendance Expectations
Organizers of the first annual Game Developers Conference (GDC) China, currently taking place at the Shanghai International Convention Center, have announced that attendance goals have exceeded expectations with more than 700 conference attendees register
08.27.07 | News | Staff
GDC China: Netease's Hui On Enrichment Through Online Worlds
Are virtual worlds a salve for spiritually empty lives? At GDC China, Netease project manager and game producer Xiaojun Hui (Journey to the West) talked enrichment through Buddhist concepts in the virtual world, positing that online worlds could e
08.27.07 | News | Leigh Alexander
GDC China: Midway's Coco Teaches Art Outsourcing Lessons
How far ahead should you plan asset outsourcing? What kind of results can you expect? Midway Games producer Kristine Coco detailed information exchanges, feedback delivery, asset management and more in her GDC China session, "From the Frontline of Outsour
08.27.07 | News | Leigh Alexander
GDC China: Epic's Meegan Talks Gears Of War Outsourcing
GDC China kicked off in Shanghai with a keynote from Epic China CEO Paul Meegan discussing 'The Possibilities and Perils of Production Outsourcing, And How It’s Changing the Way Games Are Made', with Gears Of War as an example, and Gamasutra was th
08.27.07 | News | Kathy Schoback, Staff, Shanghai
Event Wrap-Up: Classic Gaming Expo 2007
Calling the event a 'black sheep' among gaming events, Persuasive Games' Ian Bogost summarizes his experience for Gamasutra at this year's recent Classic Gaming Expo, which he says the researcher in him found valuable, but the teacher, programmer and the
08.02.07 | News | Ian Bogost
Epic Games, Tose To Present Key GDC China Sessions
Gamasutra parent group CMP has detailed key sessions in its inaugural Game Developers Conference China, coming August 27-29 to the Shanghai International Convention Center, including Epic Games China's Jun Hao Liao on outsourcing pipelines, and Netease pr
07.08.07 | News | Staff
GDC China Opens Registration
Gamasutra parent group CMP has announced that registration has opened for the inaugural Game Developers Conference China, coming August 27-29 to the Shanghai International Convention Center, which promises to offer perspective on outsourcing, mobile, onli
06.18.07 | News | Staff
CMP Announces First GDC China Details
Gamasutra parent group CMP has announced the first details of the inaugural Game Developers Conference China, coming August 27-29 at the Shanghai International Convention Center offering perspective on outsourcing, mobile, online and casual gaming and mor
05.22.07 | News | Staff
CMP Announces Consumer PC Game On Event
Gamasutra parent group CMP has announced PC Game On, a September 8-9 event following the Austin Game Developers Conference, offering the public hands on interaction with top PC titles and highlighting outstanding technical achievements in visual design, A
05.21.07 | News | Staff
Ray Tracing: A Japanese Game Market Expose With Ray Nakazato
Feelplus' president Ray Nakazato (Lost Odyssey) talks to Gamasutra about the business of games from a Japanese perspective, revealing exclusive insights on titles from Ninety Nine Nights to the Sakaguchi-helmed RPG, and beyond.
05.07.07 | Feature | Brandon Sheffield | 1 Number of Comments 
Tose: Game Development Ninjas II - Battle for the West
After being the first to highlight 'stealth ninja' game outsourcing firm Tose last year, Gamasutra caught up with the firm's execs to discuss their Western expansion and new games such as Dragon Quest Heroes: Rocket Slime.
04.20.07 | Feature | Brandon Sheffield
Q&A: Quizzing The Queen Bee Of ARGs, Jane McGonigal
Gamasutra caught up with 'alternate reality game' creator Jane McGonigal, formerly one of the team behind Halo 2 ARG ilovebees and a host of others, to chat about collective intelligence, ARGs, and the future of gaming - lots more inside.
03.18.07 | News | Bonnie Ruberg
CMP Technology and IDG Announce Game Developers Conference China
CMP Technology, presenter of the Game Developers Conference, has teamed with publisher International Data Group (IDG) to produce GDC China, from August 27 to 29 2007 in Shanghai.
03.05.07 | News | Alistair Wallis
GDC London: Epic's Rein On Gears, PS3 Engine Work
The ever-entertaining Epic Games VP Mark Rein was as bombastic as usual at his GDC London talk, quipping of the imminent debut of the X360-exclusive Gears Of War: "Sony says the next generation starts when they say so - bullshit!"
10.02.06 | News | Simon Carless
Keynote: THQ's Akmal Talks Game Outsourcing
For his keynote at today's GDC Focus On: Game Outsourcing Summit in Los Angeles, THQ Vice-President Shiraz Akmal argued that the changes to E3 are symbolic of the decentralization of worldwide development, as the Outsourcing Era of game development rapidl
08.13.06 | News | Vincent Diamante
Question of the Week Responses: Is Crawford Right?
Responding to the Question Of The Week on Chris Crawford's eye-opening rhetoric condemning game innovation, professionals from Obsidian, Harmonix, Crystal Dynamics and more talk back.
06.21.06 | Feature | Quang Hong
In-Game Advertising Q&A: Justin Townsend, CEO, IGA Worldwide
With the GDC Focus On: Game Advertising Summit coming to San Francisco on Friday, June 9th, Gamasutra spoke with IGA Worldwide CEO, Justin Townsend about his company's history, clients, strengths, and Micr
06.06.06 | News | Quang Hong
In-Game Advertising Q&A: Jonathan Epstein, President and CEO, Double Fusion
With the GDC Focus On: Game Advertising Summit coming to San Francisco, CA on Friday, June 9th, Gamasutra spoke with Double Fusion president and CEO, Jonathan Epstein, discussing his company's background,
06.04.06 | News | Quang Hong
Interview: Tose: Game Development Ninjas
In an exclusive interview, Gamasutra quizzes "ninja" developer Tose, one of the largest independent game creators in the world (1,000 employees, 1,100 SKUs created since 1979!), despite the fact that they're almost unknown, apart from Nintendo IP Starfy.
05.18.06 | Feature | Brandon Sheffield

  1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9  10  11  12  13  14  15  16  17  18  19  20