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Nominees Announced For 2011 Golden Joystick Awards
Future Publishing has announced the shortlists of nominees for the 2011 Golden Joystick Awards, including new categories dedicated to downloadable, mobile and free-to-play games.
09.06.11 | News | Kyle Orland
Vostu Acquires Brazilian Contract Developer MP Game Studios
Brazilian social game developer Vostu has purchased Buenos Aires-based contract developer MP Game Studio, a team specializing in licensed, web-based games for a variety of high-profile media properties.
09.06.11 | News | Kyle Orland | 1 Number of Comments 
Playdom's LaFontaine To Take Over As CEO Of Habbo Maker Sulake
Finnish studio Sulake has announced that CEO Timo Soininen will be stepping down to take a position on the board of directors, with Disney Playdom exec Paul LaFontaine taking over the chief executive position.
09.06.11 | News | Kyle Orland
Madden NFL 12 Sees 1.4M Sales, Increased Digital Revenue In First Week
The latest entry in EA's popular Madden NFL series has sold 1.4 million units on consoles in its first week of availability, the publisher reports, up 10 percent from the same point after last year's version.
09.06.11 | News | Kyle Orland | 5 Number of Comments 
Opinion: 'Expansion Slide Pad' Reflects Lack Of Confidence In 3DS
In this opinion piece, Gamasutra news editor Kyle Orland argues that tweaks like the recently revealed "expansion slide pad" for the 3DS may do more har
09.06.11 | News | Kyle Orland | 27 Number of Comments 
Deep Silver Releases Buggy 'Incorrect Version' Of Dead Island On Steam
Deep Silver has acknowledged that it accidentally released an "incorrect version" of apocalyptic zombie shooter Dead Island on the North American Steam service, pledging to patch the title as quickly as possible.
09.05.11 | News | Kyle Orland | 8 Number of Comments 
Unity Technologies Opens Tokyo Office, Announces GREE As Licensee
Middleware and engine maker Unity Technologies has announced it is continuing its Asian expansion with a new Tokyo office and a partnership with major Japanese mobile social game network GREE.
09.05.11 | News | Kyle Orland
Printing Error Leads Ubisoft To Waive Fee For Driver: San Francisco Online Pass
Ubisoft has decided to offer the "online pass" content for Driver: San Francisco for free to all players after a printing error led some customers to have difficulty redeeming a code for the content.
09.05.11 | News | Kyle Orland | 2 Number of Comments 
Report: Amazon Planning Android-Based, Kindle-Branded Tablet
Amazon is planning to leverage its recently launched Android Appstore into a full-fledged, Kindle-branded LCD tablet capable o
09.05.11 | News | Kyle Orland | 6 Number of Comments 
Survey: 'Creative Freedom' Drives Devs To Go Indie
A new survey of over 100 game developers pursuing or considering independent development finds "creative freedom" is the most popular reason for choosing to forgo a job at an established studio.
09.05.11 | News | Kyle Orland | 10 Number of Comments 
Video Game History Museum Reaches Kickstarter Funding Goal
The organizers of the Classic Gaming Expo and the Digital Press game collecting newsletter have succeeded in their efforts to obtain funding for a planned Video Game History Museum in the Silicon Valley area.
09.01.11 | News | Kyle Orland | 1 Number of Comments 
Developers Differ On Need For Ubisoft DRM Schemes
Developers at Driver: San Francisco studio Ubisoft Reflections and Just Cause studio Avalanche have offered up starkly different takes on Ubisoft's controversial efforts to protect some PC titles with stringent DRM schemes.
09.01.11 | News | Kyle Orland | 8 Number of Comments 
Konami Europe President Worried Over UK Retail 'Price Wars'
Konami Europe President Kunio Neo is worried that heavy competition among British game retailers is lowering prices for new games to a point where it's impacting publishers' profitability in the country.
09.01.11 | News | Kyle Orland | 3 Number of Comments 
PAX 2011 Sees Roughly 70K Attendees
Last weekend's Penny Arcade Expo attracted approximately 70,000 attendees to the Washington State Convention Center, placing it among the largest American gaming conventions.
08.31.11 | News | Kyle Orland
Square Enix Responds To Allegations Of Racist Character In Human Revolution
Square Enix has responded to allegations that a black character in Deus Ex: Human Revolution is a racist caricature, saying it didn't mean "to represent any particular ethnic group in a negative light."
08.31.11 | News | Kyle Orland | 103 Number of Comments 
Zoo Entertainment Receives Delisting Warning From NASDAQ
IndiePub Games parent Zoo Entertainment is at risk of being delisted from the NASDAQ stock exchange after failing to satisfy certain minimum compliance requirements set by the exchange.
08.31.11 | News | Kyle Orland
Activision Blizzard Reports Digital Sales Growth, 18M Black Ops Map Pack Sales
Activision Blizzard reports that digital revenues are up to $1.7 billion for the 12 month period ending June 2011, thanks in part to sales of 18 million Call of Duty: Black Ops map packs.
08.31.11 | News | Kyle Orland | 3 Number of Comments 
Report: Square Enix To Increase Eidos Montreal Size To 680 Employees
Media reports suggest Square Enix is finalizing negotiations with the Quebec government to fund an expansion that will more than double the size of its Eidos Montreal studio to 680 employees.
08.31.11 | News | Kyle Orland | 10 Number of Comments 
Persona 4 Vita Port, Fighting Game, Sequel All In The Works
Video game publisher Atlus has some big plans for the Persona series, with an enhanced Vita port of Persona 4, a series sequel and even a spin-off fighting game in the works.
08.30.11 | News | Kyle Orland
Law Firm Seeking Take-Two Testers For Class Action On Payment, Benefit Issues
The law firm of Righetti & Glugoski, PC is seeking plaintiffs for a potential class action lawsuit alleging that Take-Two quality assurance testers weren't provided promised compensation and other benefits.
08.30.11 | News | Kyle Orland | 2 Number of Comments 
Bethesda Appeal Earns German Rating For Doom, Doom II
After over a decade being listed as part of an index of heavily restricted games, Doom and its sequel have received a 16+ rating from German authorities, thanks to an appeal by current rights-holder ZeniMax Media.
08.30.11 | News | Kyle Orland | 3 Number of Comments 
PSN Folded Into 'Sony Entertainment Network' Rebranding
Sony has announced the Sony Entertainment Network, a newly branded platform that will encompass the PlayStation Network service as well as Sony's music and video download services.
08.30.11 | News | Kyle Orland
Sony Reveals More Details On First PlayStation-Certified Tablets
Sony has confirmed the price and release details for its Sony Tablet S, which will hit stores in September starting at $499 as the first tablet able to legally download and play select games from the original PlayStation library.
08.30.11 | News | Kyle Orland | 15 Number of Comments 
Nintendo Reveals Remainder Of NES Titles For 3DS Ambassador Program
Nintendo has completed the list of 10 downloadable NES titles that will be freely available to 3DS early adopters as part of the 3DS Ambassador program, following  
Zeebo Raises $17M For Internationally-Focused Game Console
San Diego-based Zeebo Inc. has now raised $17 million in total equity funding for its 3G-enabled game console focused on the developing world, according to 08.29.11 | News | Kyle Orland | 6 Number of Comments 

  
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