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Where next for the video game power fantasy?
With VR tech becoming common, game devs can immerse & embody players in fantasy worlds like never before. What does that intimacy mean for that most common of game design tropes, the power fantasy?
| Simon Parkin
Get a job: Vrse is hiring a Software Engineer
Virtual reality storytelling firm Vrse is looking for someone with Unity, Metal and other game development experience to join the company as a software engineer in its San Francisco, CA office.
Get a job: Be a Unity Developer for Vrse
If you have Unity experience and are "passionate about revolutionizing storytelling through virtual reality," then LA-based startup Vrse would like to talk to you about a potential job opening.
Get a job: Vrse seeks a Unity Developer
If you're "passionate about revolutionizing storytelling through virtual reality," then this job as a Unity engineer at LA-based startup Vrse might be for you.
NPD: More gamers warming up to getting their games online
As game sales at retail continue to suffer in the U.S., gamers have become more receptive to downloading or buying their games online thanks to lowered barriers of entry, according to a new study.
| Eric Caoili
Study: iPad Makes Up 97% Of Tablet Internet Traffic In U.S.
A new report from market research firm comScore has found that Apple's iPad completely dominates tablet internet use in the U.S., while iOS has the largest share of connected devices and smartphones.
| Mike Rose
Analyst: Mass Effect 3 'Most Promising' Retail Game Of E3
Video game research firm EEDAR has named EA and BioWare's upcoming Mass Effect 3
as the "most promising" retail game shown at this month's E3 expo, citing purchase intent and online media consumption.
| Frank Cifaldi
Gamasutra's Best of 2010
With 2010 now at an end, the Gamasutra editorial team is proud to present a round-up of its individual charts and countdowns for this resurgent year for video games, published on the website over the past few weeks.
| Gamasutra staff
Gamasutra's Best Of 2010: Top 5 Major Industry Trends
Gamasutra continues its year-end retrospectives with this year's top five game industry trends: from Facebook changes to new kinds of controls, these are the business evolutions that will best define 2010.
| Leigh Alexander
The Real Cost Of Marketing Your Game With Social Media
Leveraging social media to engage gamers and respond to events as they arise can be a difficult task to do effectively -- but in the second part of his social media marketing series, Duane Brown tackles the methodology.
| Duane Brown
Microsoft Holds Video Game Night For Congress, Boys & Girls Club
Through its Get Game Smart initiative, Microsoft held an Xbox 360 video game night for more than 150 members of Congress this week, in an attempt to bring awareness to family-friendly gaming and share tips for managing digital media consumption.
| Chris Remo
SBGames 2009: Glenn Entis On The 'Gameification' Of Media
In a keynote address at the Brazilian Symposium on Games & Digital Entertainment, Pacific Data Images and Electronic Arts veteran Glenn Entis discussed how game design is becoming crucial in areas far broader than games alone.
| Jason Della Rocca
The Facebook Doctrine: Gaming And The Future
With Facebook-based online games from third parties sporting millions of unique monthly players, Gamasutra sits down with Gareth Davis, Facebook's platform manager, to discuss the social network, the rolling out of Facebook's own payment platform, and more.
| Christian Nutt
UK Government Chooses PEGI Ratings
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PEGI age ratings will now become the sole standard for video game content in the UK, as the government's decision on the Byron Review brings an end to the long-fought ratings war with the BBFC. [UPDATE
: Video Standards Council to enforce PEGI.]
| Leigh Alexander