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Get a job: Square Enix, Volition, and more are hiring now!

Gamasutra - May 24, 2019 4920

Here are just some of the many, many positions being advertised right now on the Gamasutra Job Board. ...


Sega to resume sales of Judgment in Japan following drugs scandal

Gamasutra - May 22, 2019 4801

Sega intends to resume sales of Judgment in Japan on July 18, over four months after it was pulled from shelves due to a drug scandal involving voice actor Pierre Taki. ...


2K cuts off Borderlands 3 pre-orders on PC during Epic Mega Sale

Gamasutra - May 20, 2019 4704

Publisher 2K has suddenly ended pre-orders for the PC version Gearbox†™s upcoming game (and Epic Games Store exclusive) Borderlands 3. ...


Sony launches PlayStation Productions to turn games into movies and TV shows

Gamasutra - May 20, 2019 4689

Sony Interactive Entertainment has launched a new production studio called PlayStation Productions that will develop film and television projects based on the company's extensive video game catalog. ...


Sony and Microsoft teaming up to develop cloud and AI tech

Gamasutra - May 16, 2019 4476

Sony and Microsoft had announced a partnership that centers around joint development of cloud tech using Microsfot†™s Azure platform, with the goal of supporting their individual game and content-streaming services. ...


Nintendo offers Switch Online voucher to serve up digital discounts

Gamasutra - May 16, 2019 4468

Nintendo has unveiled a new limited-time voucher offer that lets Switch Online subscribers purchase two digital titles worth up to $59.99 each for $99.99, saving them a cool $20. ...


The Killing Floor series has earned $100 million in revenue in 10 years

Gamasutra - May 15, 2019 4422

 Tripwire Interactive has announced that its now decade-old game series Killing Floor has brought in over $100 million in revenue since its 2009 start. ...


Ubisoft sees record player engagement as full-year net bookings surpass $2.2 billion

Gamasutra - May 15, 2019 4419

Ubisoft says that its games saw 100 million active unique players for the year, a record for overall player engagement. ...


Blog: Requiem for a Game Gear

Gamasutra - May 10, 2019 4145

History remembers the Game Gear as a failure. Kongregate platform product manager Janessa Olson is here to tell you why history is dead wrong. ...


Sports and mobile titles driving growth at Konami

Gamasutra - May 09, 2019 4086

Konami said positive performances from Pro Evolution Soccer 2019 and mobile title Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Links, which has now surpassed 90 million downloads, helped drive global revenue, ...


Nintendo predicts tough expansion into China despite Tencent partnership

Gamasutra - May 09, 2019 4083

Nintendo recently partnered up with Tencent to bring the Switch to China, but the company still believes that finding a foothold in the famously lucrative video game market will be anything but easy. ...


Sega has acquired Two Point Hospital developer Two Point Studios

Gamasutra - May 09, 2019 4079

"The Searchlight team at SEGA Europe have done a fantastic job integrating the studio over the past two years and the studio have gone on to produce a fantastic title with clear franchise potential." ...


EA in 'advanced negotiations' to bring Apex Legends to China and mobile

Gamasutra - May 08, 2019 4042

Electronic Arts is in the process of trying to expand Apex Legends beyond just console, PC, and its current markets. ...


Anthem fell short of EA's sales expectations

Gamasutra - May 08, 2019 4040

At the close of its fourth quarter, Electronic Arts says that BioWare†™s Anthem failed to sell as well as hoped. ...


EA Access is launching on PlayStation 4

Gamasutra - May 07, 2019 3977

Electronic Arts has announced plans to bring its subscription game library EA Access to PlayStation 4, though signing up won†™t grant players access to the same service on other platforms. ...


Ubisoft and Genba aim to thwart key resellers with silent key activation

Gamasutra - May 02, 2019 3717

Ubisoft and Genba Digital have partnered on silent key activation, a more secure method of selling games through third-party stores that aims to prevent keys from popping up on unauthorized resellers. ...


Sega keen to improve profitability of digital titles after disappointing year

Gamasutra - April 30, 2019 3590

Sega has released its financials for the full-year ended March 31, 2019, and the company has lamented the performance of its digital games. ...


Nintendo pulls A Dark Room from eShop over secret code editor

Gamasutra - April 29, 2019 3550

Nintendo has pulled A Dark Room from the Switch†™s digital store after its developer revealed he had snuck a code editor into the game right before it shipped. ...


Ubisoft is rewarding players for reporting reproducible bugs in Rainbow Six Siege

Gamasutra - April 25, 2019 3327

Ubisoft is upping its bug reporting system, and offering players of Rainbow Six Siege an incentive to find and report issues that the dev team needs to address. ...


Super Mario Bros. Commodore 64 fan port hit with DMCA takedowns

Gamasutra - April 23, 2019 3213

Nintendo has taken action against a fan project to port Super Mario Bros. to the Commodore 64. After 7 years, the project released its finished game this month. ...


Gearbox CEO: Both devs and players benefit from Epic and Steam competition

Gamasutra - April 18, 2019 2943

"At the end of the day when we look back at this moment, we†™ll realize that this was the moment where the digital stores on PC became unmonopolized." ...


Report: Nintendo and Tencent gain approval to bring the Switch to China

Gamasutra - April 18, 2019 2927

Nintendo and Tencent have joined forces in an attempt to bring the Switch to China, and the pair are making significant headway. ...


Nintendo and Tencent gain approval to bring the Switch to China

Gamasutra - April 18, 2019 2927

Nintendo and Tencent have joined forces in an attempt to bring the Switch to China, and the pair are making significant headway. ...


Ubisoft patches art containing homophobic slur out of The Division 2

Gamasutra - April 11, 2019 2560

Ubisoft has issued an apology for the slur, which appeared in a large piece of graffiti along the side of an in-game building. ...


Ubisoft CEO: Live games give devs a chance to refine rather than start from scratch

Gamasutra - April 10, 2019 2500

Ubisoft's Yves Guillemot explores the company's trend toward live games and the company's habit of improving a game over rather than "redoing everything each year." ...


Konami rebrands New York office as Konami Cross Media NY Inc.

Gamasutra - April 01, 2019 2006

Konami has announced the rebranding of its New York office from 4K Media Inc. to Konami Cross Media NY Inc.  ...