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Saling The World: Wii Fit, Lost Odyssey Lead Multiplatform Sales in Japan
Gamasutra's "Saling The World" covers the top five sellers for every available platform in the United States, Japan, and Europe, as this week's charts show a rush of activity following the release of Wii Fit, No More Heroes, and Lost Odys
12.06.07 | News | Danny Cowan |  
Saling The World: U.S. Remains Rock, Guitar-less
Gamasutra's "Saling The World" column this week sees a holiday-fueled demand for Rock Band and Guitar Hero III that remains unsupplied in North America, while Layton Kyouju to Akuma no Hako takes over sales charts in Japan.
11.29.07 | News | Danny Cowan | 2 Number of Comments 
The Unreal Man: Mark Rein Speaks
In a new in-depth interview, Gamasutra sits down with Epic's famously effusive VP Mark Rein to discuss the state of Unreal Engine 3, Unreal Tournament 3's mod-infused debut on the PlayStation 3, and a host of other intriguing topics.
11.27.07 | Feature | Christian Nutt,Brandon Sheffield | 1 Number of Comments 
Take-Two Rules Out Selloff, Plans Growth
Speaking at the Reuters Media Summit, Take-Two Interactive chairman Strauss Zelnick has reiterated that his plans for the company involve expanding its business not preparing it for sale to a third party, as some analysts have speculated in the past.
11.26.07 | News | David Jenkins |  
The Designer's Notebook: Ten Years Of Great Games
To celebrate Gamasutra's seminal 'The Designer's Notebook' turning ten this month, veteran game lecturer/designer Ernest Adams highlights the games of the last decade that "showed great imagination, contained important innovations, or left a lasting legacy" - from Starcraft to Rock Band.
11.26.07 | Feature | Ernest Adams | 5 Number of Comments 
Take-Two Increases Credit Facility To $140m
Publisher and developer Take-Two Interactive, owner of Rockstar Games, has announced that it has closed on an expanded five-year, revolving credit facility worth up to $140 million, secured against the majority of the company?s U.S. and UK assets.
11.20.07 | News | David Jenkins |  
Senators Call For Tougher Rating Standards
A group of U.S. senators, lead by Indiana state Democrat Evan Bayh, have called for tougher standards for rating violent games and a review of the ?robustness? of the ratings process in the wake of controversy over Rockstar's Manhunt 2.
11.19.07 | News | David Jenkins |  
Saling The World: Mario, Assassin's Clash for U.S. Sales Leadership
Gamasutra's latest "Saling The World" charts see Super Mario Galaxy debuting to stellar sales in North America, while Assassin's Creed ranks high in the U.S. and in the UK, and gun game BioHazard: Umbrella Chronicles leads in Japan.
11.15.07 | News | Danny Cowan |  
The Strange History Of Gamecock's Mike Wilson
Gamecock co-founder Mike Wilson has a vital business role in game history over the past 15 years - working at id, setting up the influential GodGames, and now running his upstart publisher (Dementium, Hail To The Chimp); in a transcript of the latest Gamasutra Podcast, he talks about his storied career and intriguing plans.
11.14.07 | Feature | Tom Kim | 1 Number of Comments 
Saling The World: Call of Duty 4 Tops West, Mario Party DS Leads in Japan
Gamasutra's column compiling the top five real-time Amazon.com sellers in the United States, Japan, and Europe sees Call of Duty 4 cleaning up across multiple platforms in both the U.S. and the UK, while the just-released Mario Party DS outp
11.08.07 | News | Danny Cowan |  
Take-Two Announces 'Hot Coffee' Lawsuit Settlements
Take-Two has announced that it has finally settled all consumer class action lawsuits related to the hidden 'Hot Coffee' modification for Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, pending court approval, with the company spending up to $2.75 million in paymen
11.07.07 | News | Staff |  
Credit Where It's Due: IGDA's Della Rocca Speaks Out
Gamasutra spoke to IGDA executive director Jason Della Rocca about the organization's recent push for industry-wide adoption of crediting standards in games, on the heels of controversy surrounding an absence of credit for members of the Rockstar Vienna t
11.05.07 | News | Leigh Alexander |  
Saling The World: Guitar Hero III Sells Out; Resellers Swoop In
Gamasutra's weekly look at the top five real-time Amazon.com sellers per platform in the United States, Japan, and Europe reveals Amazon's struggle to supply enough Guitar Hero III bundles to satisfy high consumer demand, as third-party resellers r
11.01.07 | News | Danny Cowan |  
Manhunt 2 Gets Rockstar Vienna Crediting Controversy
Following the debut of Rockstar's Manhunt 2, a former producer at Rockstar Vienna has spoken out as being "disappointed and outraged" regarding the game's credits, which do not reference the contributions made over 2 years from more than 50 staff a
10.31.07 | News | Simon Carless |  
Take-Two Confirms Manhunt 2 Hack Enables AO Content
Take-Two has confirmed that hackers have modified the PSP version of Manhunt 2 to unblur the 'stealth kill' sections of the game, re-enabling part of the controversial AO-rated censored content - but notes that the "illegally modified" version can
10.31.07 | News | Leigh Alexander |  
Critical Reception: Rockstar Games' Manhunt 2
This week's edition of Critical Reception examines online reaction to Manhunt 2, Rockstar's controversial stealth-action sequel that critics say is "every bit as grim and brutal as the first," though some may find it "not nearly as memorable or enj
10.30.07 | News | Danny Cowan |  
Electronic Arts, Rockstar Clash Over Simpsons Parody Of GTA
An unlikely feud between Electronic Arts and Rockstar Games over a Grand Theft Auto spoof has led to the executive producer of EA?s The Simpsons Game openly criticizing Rockstar on Spike TV's 'Game Head' show for contributing to the spoof be
10.28.07 | News | David Jenkins |  
Saling The World: Ratchet & Clank Future Rockets to Top of U.S. PS3 Chart in Debut Week
Gamasutra's "Saling The World" covers the top five sellers for every available platform in the United States, Japan, and Europe, with this week's charts showing Ratchet & Clank Future: Tools of Destruction leading in PS3 software popularity in Nort
10.25.07 | News | Danny Cowan |  
Soccer Beats Zelda And Orange Box In UK Charts
A busy week of new releases has seen considerable movement in the UK game charts, with Sega?s Football Manager 2008 debuting in the number one spot, followed by Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass and the Xbox 360 version of The Orange Box
10.22.07 | News | David Jenkins |  
Saling The World: Orange Box Still Tops, PS3 Cuts Spark Sales
This week's "Saling The World" sees the PC port of The Orange Box dominating even Halo 3 in the cross-platform charts in North America, hardware price cuts sparking a jump in PlayStation 3 software sales, and Beautiful Katamari making
10.18.07 | News | Danny Cowan |  
UK Government Review Head To Speak At ELSPA Forum
Organizers of the ELSPA Forum in the UK have announced that Dr Tanya Byron is to give a speech introducing the Byron Review ? a government review into the effects of video games on children which has already received considerable coverage in the UK.
10.16.07 | News | David Jenkins |  
This Game Is Not Yet Rated: Inside The ESRB Ratings System
The Entertainment Software Ratings Board is a key part of the game industry, but do you know exactly how ESRB employees rate video games? Gamasutra spoke to Patricia Vance, president of the ESRB, to analyze the process and a day in the life of a game rater.
10.16.07 | Feature | Matt Matthews |  
Release This: Tony Hawk, Katamari Sequels Anticipated in U.S.
Gamasutra's latest "Release This!" finds Tony Hawk's Proving Ground leading gamer anticipation in the U.S., closely followed by Beautiful Katamari, while The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass prepares for a notable UK debut - exclusi
10.14.07 | News | Danny Cowan |  
Nintendo Unveils U.S. Q4 Line-Up
Officials from Nintendo of America have revealed the company?s software line-up for the Wii and Nintendo DS for the fourth quarter of 2007 and beginning of 2008, with Super Smash Bros. Brawl delayed until February of next year.
10.11.07 | News | David Jenkins |  
Saling The World: Orange Box, FIFA Head Cross-Platform U.S. Sales
In the latest "Saling The World", this week's real-time Amazon.com charts feature big debut sales numbers for The Orange Box and FIFA Soccer 08, while Project Gotham Racing 4 cleans up in Japan and the UK - details within.
10.11.07 | News | Danny Cowan |  

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