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Gamasutra's Best Of 2011
Another year is ending, and Gamasutra has once again taken a broad look at the ever-expanding face of the industry with a series of articles that identify the games, trends, and companies that have made the biggest impact.
12.29.11 | Feature | Gamasutra staff | 5 Number of Comments 
Opinion: Awful Lot Of Heterosexuals Around Here
In this reprinted #altdevblogaday opinion piece, game design student Andrew Meade explains why games should present a "respectable cadre of [LGBT] characters that entertain and enlighten."
12.29.11 | News | Andrew Meade | 108 Number of Comments 
Gamasutra's Best Of 2011: Top 5 Surprises
Continuing our 2011 retrospective, editor-at-large Leigh Alexander rounds up the year's five biggest surprising events -- from closures following successes to unexpected hardware performance.
12.28.11 | News | Leigh Alexander | 18 Number of Comments 
Angry Birds, GTA III Lead Post-Holiday iOS Charts
Apple's latest U.S. App Store game charts by revenue see Grand Theft Auto III and Angry Birds earning top iPhone sales, while The Sims: FreePlay and Atari's Greatest Hits emerge as big sellers on the iPad.
12.27.11 | News | Danny Cowan |  
Top Android Game Apps: GTA III Overtakes Longtime Chart Leader Cut The Rope
Gamasutra rounds up the most popular paid and free gaming applications on the Android Market as of today, with Grand Theft Auto III, Cut the Rope, and Fruit Ninja currently ranking among the platform's top downloads.
12.27.11 | News | Danny Cowan |  
Gamasutra's Best Of 2011: Top 10 Games Of The Year
As another exciting year for the video game industry wraps up, Gamasutra's editors choose their diverse top picks for 2011's best games, ranging from a game about infidelity to the triumphant return of an antagonistic A.I.
12.22.11 | News | Staff | 32 Number of Comments 
Grand Theft Auto III Tops iPhone Sales Chart
Apple's latest U.S. App Store game charts by revenue see Grand Theft Auto III and Kick the Buddy earning top iPhone sales, while Battle Nations and The Sims: FreePlay emerge as big sellers on the iPad.
12.20.11 | News | Danny Cowan |  
Top iPhone Game Apps: Angry Birds, GTA III Battle For Top Chart Spot
Gamasutra rounds up the week's most popular paid and free iPhone and iPod Touch games on the App Store, from Grand Theft Auto III and Angry Birds to Kick the Buddy and more.
12.18.11 | News | Danny Cowan |  
Saling The World: Monster Hunter 3G, Final Fantasy XIII-2 Head Japan's Sales Charts
Gamasutra's latest custom compiled charts find Just Dance 3 and Modern Warfare 3 leading domestic multiplatform sales, while Monster Hunter 3G and Final Fantasy XIII-2 emerge as big sellers in Japan.
12.15.11 | News | Danny Cowan |  
Top iPad Game Apps: GTA III, Sonic CD Dominate Platform Sales
Gamasutra rounds up the most popular paid and free iPad gaming applications on the App Store as of today, with Grand Theft Auto III, Sonic CD, and The Merry Manor HD currently ranking among the platform's top downloads.
12.15.11 | News | Danny Cowan |  
Gamasutra's Best Of 2011: Top 5 Most Anticipated Games Of 2012
Gamasutra news editor Frank Cifaldi looks ahead to the games of next year, ranging from hotly anticipated sequels to interesting experiments on brand new consoles.
12.14.11 | News | Frank Cifaldi | 38 Number of Comments 
Grand Theft Auto III Available On Mobile Devices Today
Rockstar today released Grand Theft Auto III: 10 Year Anniversary Edition for iOS and Android devices, the first mobile port for the seminal open-world title originally released for PlayStation 2.
12.14.11 | News | Eric Caoili |  
Gamasutra's Best Of 2011: Top 5 Controversies
Gamasutra editor-at-large Leigh Alexander continues our 2011 retrospective with a look at the top 5 biggest controversies of 2011, rounding up the stories that got the industry talking this year.
12.13.11 | News | Leigh Alexander | 7 Number of Comments 
OnLive Works With Game Devs On Newly-Launched Tablet, Smartphone Initiative
Cloud gaming service OnLive today launched its platform for smartphones and tablets, allowing users to play high-performance PC and console titles such as L.A. Noire and Lego Batman on the go.
12.07.11 | News | Mike Rose | 10 Number of Comments 
Survey Cements Japan's Growing Acceptence Of Western Games
As Western titles gain momentum in Japan, gamers there have voted Uncharted: Golden Abyss as their most anticipated game for PS Vita, according to an online survey recently conducted by Famitsu.
12.04.11 | News | Eric Caoili | 5 Number of Comments 
Your Game Industry In Your Words: Week Of November 25
Gamasutra highlights choice quotes from game industry figures such as Quantic Dream's Guillaume de Fondaumiere, Rockstar's Dan Houser, and more in this new weekly roundup.
11.24.11 | News | Eric Caoili |  
Dan Houser On How Rockstar Does It
Gamasutra speaks to the vice president of Rockstar about the developer's creative approach -- including why it doesn't do frequent sequels, how it thought about the story of the upcoming Max Payne 3, and the GTA creative bible.
11.17.11 | Feature | Chris Morris | 11 Number of Comments 
Rockstar's Dan Houser: We 'Take A Little Bit Of Time' To Decide On A Sequel
In a new Gamasutra feature interview, the Rockstar VP and GTA producer explains one reason the company is slow to sequel -- and why we're seeing Max
11.17.11 | News | Staff |  
Saling The World: Modern Warfare 3, Skyrim Head Worldwide Charts
Gamasutra's latest charts find Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 and The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim leading multiplatform sales stateside, while Super Mario 3D Land heads the portable charts worldwide.
11.17.11 | News | Danny Cowan | 10 Number of Comments 
Rockstar's Houser: 'Art' Is Irrelevant, We Make Enjoyable Games
Whether or not video games can be considered art is a "parlor argument," says Rockstar's Dan Houser, explaining that his studio makes games enjoyable above anything else.
11.17.11 | News | Staff | 32 Number of Comments 
Portal 2 Leads Spike TV VGA Nominees With 12 Nods
Valve's Portal 2 leads the field of nominees for Spike TV's ninth annual Video Game Awards show with 12 nominations, ahead of Batman: Arkham City with 10 nods and Uncharted 3 with nine nominations.
11.15.11 | News | Kyle Orland | 3 Number of Comments 
This Week In Video Game Criticism: From Dragons To Virtual Death
This week, our partnership with game criticism site Critical Distance brings us picks from Ben Abraham, as he's assailed by Skyrim's dragons, on topics including the meaning and import of virtual de
11.14.11 | News | Ben Abraham |  
Naughty Dog's Lemarchand Defines Uncharted's Heritage
Gamasutra editor-at-large Leigh Alexander offers this definitive report on Naughty Dog designer Richard Lemarchand's fascinating inside look at the Uncharted franchise, told most recently at NYU.
11.10.11 | News | Leigh Alexander | 9 Number of Comments 
Game Changers
In this article, originally published in the October 2011 issue of Game Developer magazine, we take a look at some of the recent concepts, games, companies, and services that are changing the game industry, for better or for worse.
11.08.11 | Feature | Brandon Sheffield | 19 Number of Comments 
Take-Two Beats Q2 Expectations, But Posts Losses
Grand Theft Auto and Red Dead Redemption publisher Take-Two Interactive on Tuesday reported a drop in revenues to $107 million, and increased losses to $47.3 million.
11.07.11 | News | Kris Graft |  

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