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Devs may appreciate the bit of perspective Nintendo recently shared on how people (or at least, Nintendo Account holders)
Super Mario Odyssey sold 510,000 units in Japan during its first week on shelves, according to the latest numbers from Famitsu.
At GDC 2017 researcher Dana Ruggiero gives a talk (based on interviews with over 50 notable game makers, from Brenda Romero to Davey Wreden) on how
The Swedish mobile studio MAG Interactive has secured an 80 million SEK (~$9.7 million) investment to assist in financing its recent
We're talking to Zach Barth and Matthew Burns and playing their new game Opus Magnum at 3PM EDT. ...
We chatted with two of the developers behind Zachtronics' newest game Opus Magnum. ...
Devs should note that the company is talking up the phone's 5.72-inch display, which can reportedly dynamically adjust to hit refresh rates of
In Thunderbird Strike, which draws on Anishinaabe and Métis imagery, you play a thunderbird who gathers lightning to destroy pipeline building equipment. One Big Oil exec labeled it "eco-terrorism." ...
The ESRB recently declared that "elements of chance" in today's games are not gambling. Here Ramin Shokrizade explains what an "element of chance" really means. ...
The custom generator developed within Ubisoft for Assassin's Creed 3 has officially been made open source and released to a Github repository. ...
PlayQ is looking for a QA Designer to create test plans, perform software testing, and ensure the quality of game systems, features, and content in Santa Monica, CA. ...
If you're making games that could conceivably be seen as "retro", you should know that Amazon has opened a new corner of its online storefront that's dedicated to selling such work: The Retro Zone. ...
Google has launched Poly, a digital library where virtual and augmented reality devs can find and download 3D objects for use in their apps. ...
A lot of people feel insecure about the way they they create, so this post is about setting aside my creative pride and focusing on the result instead of on whether I consider my methods 'cheating.' ...
A game maker and modder who operates under the name "Skelux" is in the middle of a quest to find and preserve
At GDC 2017, psychiatric care professional Dr. Jennifer Hazel and
The team at Infinity Ward are looking to bring on a senior AI engineer to work on cutting-edge AI in "the world's premiere FPS franchise" at the studio's office in Woodland Hills, CA. ...
At GDC 2017 Blizzard's Matthew Boehm breaks down how to convey a sense of character in a first-person game. It comes down to answering tricky questions like: How would McCree reload a revolver? ...
Blizzard has not announced when the server will go live, saying only that it is currently in development. ...
"I'd like to say we had a marketing strategy targeting a key demographic. We were actually just playing a ton of old Pong-likes and saying, 'Why aren't there more simple, PvP-first games like these?'" ...
UPDATE: Perfect World has confirmed to Gamasutra that it has reduced its staff at Motiga to only 'core developers'. ...
The publisher says that Runic will continue to exist despite closing its sole development office in Seattle. ...
The Pokemon Go developer says that the acquisition ultimately will assist it in building social systems for its platform and products. ...