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Firms Using Game-Like Simulations To Cull Job Applicants
Firms from Target to Starbucks are using interactive simulations of workplace tasks to help weed out duds from mountains of recession-fueled job applications.
09.25.11 | News | Kyle Orland | 5 Number of Comments 
Univ Of Utah Game Seeks To Build Strength In Youth Cancer Patients
A recently unveiled, motion-controlled game project from researchers at the University of Utah aims to help promote both the physical and mental strength of children working through difficult cancer treatments.
09.25.11 | News | Kyle Orland
Nvidia: PC Game Revenue To Surpass Console In 2014
In a recent conference call to investors, PC graphics card maker Nvidia said it believes revenues generated by PC games will grow to surpass those for console games by 2014.
09.22.11 | News | Kyle Orland | 10 Number of Comments 
Metacritic Takes Step To Remove Spam User Reviews
Major review aggregator Metacritic has banned a group of users that seemed to be coordinating to flood games including Bastion and Toy Soldiers: Cold War with negative user reviews.
09.22.11 | News | Kyle Orland | 7 Number of Comments 
National Pinball Museum Moving From DC To Baltimore
A museum collecting nearly 900 pinball machines will be moving from a site in Washington DC's Georgetown to an expanded four-story glass-and-brick building in the heart of Baltimore's tourist district in November.
09.22.11 | News | Kyle Orland
Slightly Mad To Use Crowdfunding Scheme For Upcoming Titles
Rather than getting funding from a publisher or venture capitalist, Need for Speed: Shift developers Slightly Mad Studios' next project will be funded by fans who will have a stake in the game's success.
09.22.11 | News | Kyle Orland | 12 Number of Comments 
Survey: 28% Of Players Say 3D Detracts From 3DS Experience
A recent Interpret LLC survey finds that 28 percent of 3DS owners said the system's glasses-free 3D technology actually detracts from the play experience -- more than the 22 percent that said it improved gameplay.
09.22.11 | News | Kyle Orland | 20 Number of Comments 
Southern New Hampshire Univ. Offering Game Design/Business Degree
A new program at Southern New Hampshire University mixes coursework in game design and development, including a curriculum inspired by IGDA recommendations, with a business concentration.
09.21.11 | News | Kyle Orland
Sony Bundling Uncharted 3 With 320GB PS3
Sony has announced a $300 bundle containing a 320GB PlayStation 3 and Naughty Dog's Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception will be available when the game launches November 1.
09.21.11 | News | Kyle Orland
SnagFilms To Distribute Documentaries On Xbox 360
Online documentary distributor SnagFilms has announced it will begin selling titles from its catalog on the Xbox 360 through the Zune Video Marketplace, as well as expanding a variety of other devices.
09.21.11 | News | Kyle Orland
EA's Riccitiello Offers Policy Suggestions For Encouraging U.S. Tech Jobs
At a speech to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce today, EA CEO John Riccitiello offered a vision for how changes in immigration, education and tax policy could help support the high tech sector and the economy as a whole.
09.21.11 | News | Kyle Orland | 48 Number of Comments 
Interview: Warco Aims To Show The Human Side Of War
Defiant Development's Morgan Jaffit talks to Gamasutra about Warco, a new war game that replaces the player's gun with a video camera in an attempt to show the human side of war.
09.20.11 | News | Kyle Orland | 22 Number of Comments 
Mobile Dev Appy Entertainment Sees Growth From Freemium Model
Mobile game maker Appy Entertainment says downloads and revenues have increased substantially since the company began transitioning its titles to a freemium model three months ago.
09.20.11 | News | Kyle Orland
Xbox Live To Offer Exclusive Video Stream Of Clear Channel Concert
Xbox Live will be the only place for non-ticket holders to stream live, HD video from Clear Channel's iHeartRadio music festival in Las Vegas this weekend, the companies have announced.
09.20.11 | News | Kyle Orland
UK Gears of War 3 Ads To Highlight Live Game Statistics
An upcoming series of British TV ads for Microsoft's recently released Gears of War 3 will try to create a herd behavior effect in viewers by showing them live player statistics for
09.20.11 | News | Kyle Orland
Nintendo Promotes 3DS Camera Feature With French Photo Exhibit
Nintendo has teamed up with prestigious photography co-operative Magnum to create a first-of-its-kind, glasses-free exhibition of 3D photography created using the Nintendo 3DS.
09.20.11 | News | Kyle Orland | 3 Number of Comments 
Adobe's Flash Player 11, AIR 3 To Support Hardware Accelerated Graphics In October
Adobe has announced that the October launch of its Flash Player 11 and AIR 3 platforms will include support for new features including hardware accelerated graphics on computers and mobile devices.
09.20.11 | News | Kyle Orland | 11 Number of Comments 
Feature: How Auro Seeks To Simplify The Roguelike
In a new Gamasutra feature, game designer Keith Burgun discusses how most roguelike titles have become bogged down by unnecessary complexity, and how his upcoming
09.19.11 | News | Kyle Orland | 1 Number of Comments 
American Express Spends $30M For Gaming Payment Provider Sometrics
Credit card giant American Express has spent $30 million to take control of Sometrics, a virtual currency company that works with social game providers including Bigpoint, Nexon and OMGPOP.
09.19.11 | News | Kyle Orland
Google+ Opens Social Platform To Everyone
Google has announced that its Google+ social network, which includes a number of popular social games, is ending an invite-only field trial started in June and entering an open beta available to anyone.
09.19.11 | News | Kyle Orland | 2 Number of Comments 
Report: In-App Purchases Make Up 72% Of iPhone App Revenues
A new report on app pricing from analysis firm Distimo finds that in-app purchases make up the vast majority of revenues from the iPhone App Store, despite being available in only a small proportion of apps.
09.19.11 | News | Kyle Orland
Konami Changes Kinect Dancing Focus With Boom Boom Dance
Konami has announced it will continue to compete in the Kinect-based dance game market with Boom Boom Dance, an Xbox Live Arcade exclusive revealed at last week's Tokyo Game Show.
09.19.11 | News | Kyle Orland
TGS Sets Record With Over 222K Attendees
The organizers of the Tokyo Game Show have announced that this year's show saw record attendance of 222,668 people across the four-day event, as well as a new single-day record of 86,251 on Saturday.
09.18.11 | News | Kyle Orland | 1 Number of Comments 
Foldit Players Outperform Computer Models On Viral Protein Modeling
Players of the online game Foldit have been able to determine the optimal structure of a protein that could prove key to the development of antiretroviral drugs to combat diseases like AIDS.
09.18.11 | News | Kyle Orland | 2 Number of Comments 
Street Fighter IV Coming to Android, LG Gets Timed Exclusive
An Android version of Capcom's Street Fighter IV will be available exclusively on LG's upcoming HD smartphone for three months after its release sometime in the fourth quarter of 2011.
09.18.11 | News | Kyle Orland

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