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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
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
Where Games Go To Sleep: The Game Preservation Crisis, Part 2
In the second installment of his series on game preservation, John Andersen takes a look at the state of preservation in museums and academic archives, and examines the state of Japan's efforts to preserve its rich cultural history in games.
| John Andersen
Take-Two Leads Metacritic's 2010 Game Publisher Rankings
Reviews aggregator Metacritic has released a list of the best-reviewed game publishers during 2010, finding Take-Two had the best overall ranking of the year -- with not one badly-reviewed game on its slate.
In-Depth: What The (Game) Papers Say, January 2011
Magazine veteran Kevin Gifford takes a look at the latest video game mags, this time examining the Skyrim
feature in this month's Game Informer, and what the reborn GameFan is up to of recent.
| Kevin Gifford
Saling The World: Valkyria Chronicles 3 Tops Japanese Charts
Gamasutra's latest custom compiled Amazon.com charts find Just Dance 2, Zumba Fitness, and FIFA 11
leading in North America and the UK, while Valkyria Chronicles 3
overtakes Monster Hunter Portable 3rd
| Danny Cowan
Rockstar London Studio Head Resigns
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Rockstar London's studio head, Mark Washbrook, has resigned from the company after working with Rockstar since 2005, while the head of Rockstar's Lincoln QA facility has also left this month.
| Leigh Alexander
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