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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'
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
Image Metrics Acquires Big Stage
Facial animation tech company Image Metrics has acquired Big Stage and its avatar creation platform, Portable You; it will offer it both packaged with a forthcoming software solution and separately to consumers.
| Leigh Alexander
DICE 2011: The Gamasutra Coverage Round-Up
Gamasutra rounds up its extensive on-site coverage of last week's DICE Summit 2011, which included talks from companies like Polyphony Digital, BioWare, Zynga, NPD, 5th Cell and more.
Atari's Test Drive Unlimited 2 Leads UK Sales
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Atari and Eden Games' Test Drive Unlimited 2
led the UK software charts this week, followed by EA's popular Dead Space 2
and FIFA 11
, reports tracking firm Chart-Track.
| Tom Curtis
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