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New Game IP vs Franchise Sequels: Worth the Investment?

New Game IP vs Franchise Sequels: Worth the Investment?

Aug 23, 2013

Intellectual property. If ever there was a phrase that could send chills up the spine of both gamer and developer alike, it must be Game IP. The mere mention of it raises the hot buttons of piracy, digital rights management (DRM)  and whether or not information wants to be free. Fear not though, for what Continue reading →

Microsoft Opens Door to Indie Self-Publishing

Microsoft Opens Door to Indie Self-Publishing

Aug 1, 2013

Since the gaming world decided Microsoft were public enemy number 1, due to a number of public relations and policy gaffes, they have been consistently pitching woo to win back the hearts of those who have scorned them. Their latest pitch involves announcing that they will indeed be allowing indie developers to self-publish on the Continue reading →

Snapshot: A Day at the Game QA & Localisation Forum 2013

Snapshot: A Day at the Game QA & Localisation Forum 2013

Jul 19, 2013

Last month the first ever event dedicated to game QA & loc took place. Gerald Clarke was there for opening day…

“Xbotched”; What Can We Predict From the Xbox One’s Shaky First Steps?

“Xbotched”; What Can We Predict From the Xbox One’s Shaky First Steps?

Jul 1, 2013

The Xbox One has not yet been released, but its short life has already been traumatic. Gerald Clarke investigates how the launch may have impacted Microsoft.

E3 in 2013: Still a Game-Changer for Industry?

E3 in 2013: Still a Game-Changer for Industry?

Jun 11, 2013

E3: Exaggerate, Encourage, Engage? “The report of my death was an exaggeration” Mark Twain responded upon reading his premature obituary in the New York Journal. It appears as though this year’s E3 wants to make the same statement. With the expo turning 18 this year, how has the event matured and how much does it Continue reading →