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Sony: Neither Firmware Nor LA Noire Is Causing PS3s To Overheat
Sony and Rockstar Games have released a joint statement noting that neither the latest PlayStation firmware nor Rockstar's game LA Noire
are causing PS3 hardware to overheat, although an actual reason has not yet been given.
| Mike Rose
Critical Reception: Rockstar/Team Bondi's L.A. Noire
This week's edition of Critical Reception examines online reaction to Rockstar and Team Bondi's crime drama L.A. Noire
, which reviews describe as "a compelling yet flawed epic that fascinates."
| Danny Cowan
L.A. Noire Boosts Take-Two Shares To 32-Month High
Rockstar parent company Take-Two Interactive saw its shares skyrocket following the first round of glaringly positive reviews for its just-released L.A. Noire
, closing at a 32-month high of $17.10 per share.
| Frank Cifaldi
What The (Game) Papers Say: May 2011, Pt. 1
Gamasutra contributor and video game magazine critic Kevin Gifford takes a look at what's going on in the print magazines this month, and learns not to judge a periodical by its cover in the process.
| Kevin Gifford
Studio Profile: Guerrilla Games
studio Guerrilla Games went from its humble beginnings in the PC demoscene to become purveyors of one of PlayStation's biggest releases of 2011, Killzone 3
. This profile revisits commentary from studio leaders to explore the history behind Guerrilla...
| Hasan Ali Almaci
Rockstar Veterans Start NFinite Games Consultancy
Martyn Bramall and Andrew Greensmith, both previously senior developers at Rockstar Games, have created their own consultancy firm in the UK offering "dynamic outsourced development services".
| Eric Caoili
Opinion: Why The Duke Nukem Forever Delay Makes Sense
In this opinion piece, Gamasutra editor-at-large Chris Morris discusses why the latest delay to Gearbox's Duke Nukem Forever
is actually a good thing, with other upcoming gaming releases taken into account.
| Chris Morris
Round-Up: Gamasutra Network Jobs, Week Of March 18
In an exciting week for new job postings, Gamasutra's jobs board plays host to roles across the world and in every major discipline, including opportunities at Blizzard, Rockstar, SCEA, Nintendo and Activision.
| Kyle Orland
Twang! Student Developers Claim BAFTA Prize
A team of students from Skuvde University and Abertay University have won the BAFTA "Ones to Watch" award for Twang!
, the group's entry into the 2010 Dare to be Digital game development competition.
| Danny Cowan
Opinion: Why Red Dead... Works
Gamasutra contributor James Bishop probes the depths of the characters, dialogue and writing in video games, this week exploring the reasons behind Red Dead Redemption
's impressive showing in 2010.
| James Bishop
Report: GTA V Is Codenamed 'RUSH'
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A number of online casting calls (including one for a "weed evangelist) for an "interactive project" from Telsey + Company suggest that the next installment of the Grand Theft Auto
series is currently codenamed "RUSH".
| Mike Rose
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