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Rockstar To Debut Manhunt 2 For Wii, PS2, PSP
Take-Two publishing label Rockstar Games has announced mature-themed action sequel Manhunt 2, in development for the PSP, PlayStation 2, and Nintendo's Wii from the newly formed Rockstar London studio and Rockstar Toronto.
02.05.07 | News | Simon Carless |  
7th Game Developers Choice Award Nominees Announced
Organizers have revealed nominees for the 7th annual Game Developers Choice Awards, with Clover Studio's Okami and Bethesda's The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion leading the nominations, and Double Fine's Tim Schafer to present the Choice Awards
02.05.07 | News | Jason Dobson |  
Desert Island Games: Zombie Studios' Mark Long
Gamasutra's new column, 'Desert Island Games', talks to key industry personalities about their five favorite games of all time - and first up is Zombie co-CEO Mark Long (Rogue Warrior, Spec Ops series), favoring titles from Counter-Strike
02.04.07 | News | Alistair Wallis |  
Saling The World: 'Zelda Rules U.S., GTA Rules Japan'
Gamasutra's "Saling The World" compiles the real-time top Amazon.com-purchased games in the U.S., Japan, and Europe, with this week seeing Zelda: Twilight Princess besting WarioWare in U.S. Wii charts, and further backup on Grand Theft Au
02.01.07 | News | Danny Cowan |  
GTA: San Andreas Tops Japanese Sales Charts
In another busy week of sales and new releases, there have been more surprises in the Japanese sales chart, with Rockstar?s Capcom-distributed Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas for PlayStation 2 taking the top spot with over 225,000 units sold.
02.01.07 | News | David Jenkins |  
Gamasutra Podcast Transcript - An Interview With Susan O'Connor
Gamasutra Podcast host Tom Kim talks with scriptwriter Susan O'Connor (Bioshock, Gears of War) about her influences, aspects of her creative process both practical and intuitive, as well as the difference between writing for games and other media, in this Gamasutra Podcast interview transcript.
01.29.07 | Feature | Tom Kim |  
Lost Planet, 360 Once Again Dominate GameFly Charts
This week's top rental charts from U.S. game rental company GameFly, representing the most requested games for the week ending January 26, again sees Lost Planet, Crackdown, and Battlestations: Midway coming in as the week's top three
01.28.07 | News | Jason Dobson |  
Saling The World: The Hotel [email protected]
Gamasutra's regular weekly chart, "Saling The World," covers the top five selling games across the U.S., the U.K. and Japan in real-time, this week featuring popular recent releases like Hotel Dusk: Room 215 and World of Warcraft: The Burning Cr
01.25.07 | News | Danny Cowan |  
Ex-Rockstar Directors Talk Games That Matter
Gamasutra correspondents were in Austria to hear Rockstar Vienna directors Hannes Seifert and Niki Laber talk about new developer Games That Matter, formed to allow investors to "...participate in the actual IP without being forced to bear operative costs
01.25.07 | News | Michael Borras, Vienna |  
Making Stories Real: A Q&A with Autodesk’s Michel Kripalani
Gamasutra speaks to Autodesk senior games industry manager Michel Kripalani about the company's relatively recent merger with Alias, how 3DS Max and Maya can peacefully co-exist, and the future of this key game tools company.
01.25.07 | Feature | Mathew Kumar |  
UK Charts Dominated By World Of WarCraft
This week's UK sales chart sees World of WarCraft expansion The Burning Crusade topping the all-formats chart, accounting for 30 percent of all PC titles sold throughout the week, and narrowly missing the record for fastest-selling PC title
01.22.07 | News | David Jenkins |  
GameFly Charts Again Topped by By Lost Planet, 360
This week's top rental charts from U.S. game rental company GameFly, representing the most requested games for the week ending January 19, sees Lost Planet, Crackdown, and Battlestations: Midway coming in as the week's top three title
01.21.07 | News | Jason Dobson |  
The Ten Most Important Video Game Patents
Gamasutra takes an illustrated look back at the most important video game patents of all time - covering a broad spectrum that includes visual display, control schemes, and even game design mechanics - in today's extensive cover story.
01.19.07 | Feature | Steve Chang,Ross Dannenberg | 2 Number of Comments 
Saling The World: World of Wariocraft
Gamasutra's regular weekly chart, "Saling The World," covers the top five selling games across the U.S., the U.K. and Japan in real-time, with this week's charts featuring WarioWare: Smooth Moves and World of Warcraft: The Burning Crusade cl
01.18.07 | News | Danny Cowan |  
Algoma U's MSc in Computer Games Technology Accepting Applications
Aspiring computer games designers may now apply for a chance to study in North America through an innovative partnership between Sault Ste. Marie's Algoma University College and the University of Abertay Dundee in Scotland.
01.16.07 | News | Beth A. Dillon |  
Newsbriefs: Games That Matter, Lost Planet Ships A Million, Battlestations XBL Demo
[UPDATED: 1:05pm PST] Today's regularly updated newsbriefs include news of a new studio called Games That Matter formed by founders of Rockstar Vienna, Capcom's Lost Planet for the Xbox 360 shipping a million units worldwide, and a multiplay
01.16.07 | News | Staff |  
Canadian Games Market Up 22%
According to a new report, total revenues for the video games industry in Canada reached a record $933 million in 2006, with the DS Lite leading a 43 percent jump in hardware sales, and NHL 07 leading a 10 percent rise in software.
01.16.07 | News | David Jenkins |  
Lost Planet, WarioWare Triumph In UK Charts
The first two major new releases of the year have achieved better than expected success in the new UK weekly sales charts, with Capcom?s Lost Planet following last year?s Dead Rising with another number one debut, and similar success for
01.15.07 | News | David Jenkins |  
GameFly Charts Again Headlined By Capcom's Lost Planet
This week's top rental charts from U.S. game rental company GameFly, representing the most requested games for the week ending January 12, with Lost Planet and Crackdown for Xbox 360 and Wario Ware: Smooth Moves for Wii the top three
01.14.07 | News | Jason Dobson |  
Saling The World: Atsumare! Smooth Moves
Gamasutra's regular weekly chart covers the top five selling games across the U.S., the U.K. and Japan in real-time, with Japan seeing Atsumare! Piata hit the Xbox 360 top spot, WarioWare: Smooth Moves making UK Wii moves, and Resistance
01.11.07 | News | Danny Cowan |  
UK Market Expands In 2006; Top Sellers Revealed
Officials from British industry association ELSPA have revealed the UK game market up 1% from 2005, rising to 1.36 billion ($2.65bn) ? the largest single market in Europe, thanks to DS software sales and PlayStation 2 hardware sales bonanzas.
01.10.07 | News | David Jenkins |  
Mario Tops Best Selling Game Franchise List
British newspaper The Independent has published a list of what it claims are the top twenty best selling video games franchises of all-time, topped by Nintendo's seminal Mario, and with Madden NFL leading Western-developed series.
01.09.07 | News | David Jenkins |  
Discount Titles Dominate UK New Year Charts
With no major new game releases so far this year, the UK sales charts continue to be dominated by discounted titles in January sales, but with Electronic Arts' soccer title FIFA 07 still firmly ensconced in the number one spot, closely followed by
01.08.07 | News | David Jenkins |  
Game Developer's Top 20 Publishers, 2006
For the first time online, we've made available sister publication Game Developer magazine's annual Top 20 Publishers feature, revealing 2006's countdown, which is calculated empirically from revenue, review scores, and more.
01.08.07 | Feature | Trevor Wilson |  
Saling The World: A New Beginning
Gamasutra's regular weekly chart, "Saling The World," covers the top five selling games across the U.S., the U.K. and Japan in real-time, revealing Zelda's scarcity sinking it from the Wii charts and Resistance: Fall Of Man still topping U.S
01.04.07 | News | Danny Cowan |  

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