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Report: Japan's mobile game creators are losing out to China, South Korea

Gamasutra - November 06, 2018 4628

Japan has a sizable and still growing market for mobile games, but Japanese companies are turning away from mobile game development to pursue work in other industries. ...


Square Enix picks up 20% stake in Battalion 1944 dev Bulkhead Interactive

Gamasutra - November 06, 2018 4620

The investment builds on an existing partnership between the two companies that stems from the development of The Turing Test and Battalion 1944. ...

Weekly Jobs Roundup: Square Enix, Monomi Park, and more are hiring now!

Gamasutra - October 26, 2018 4021

Whether you're just starting out, looking for something new, or just seeing what's out there, the Gamasutra Job Board is the place where game developers move ahead in their careers. ...

Weekly Jobs Roundup: Square Enix, Schell Games, and more are hiring now!

Gamasutra - October 19, 2018 3636

Here are just some of the many developers looking for artists, designers, programmers, and more right now on the Gamasutra Job Board. ...

Tipping the Scales: Is Impact Factor Suppression Biased Against Small Fields?

The Scholarly Kitchen - October 08, 2018 3007

The suppression of three economic history journals reveals more about Clarivate's methods than citation manipulation.


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Does Adopting a Strict Data Sharing Policy Affect Submissions?

The Scholarly Kitchen - September 25, 2018 2292

Editors commonly fear that data policies will hurt submissions, but data from 12 evolution and ecology journals say otherwise.


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Guest Post: Why a Society Publisher is Moving Toward Read and Publish Models

The Scholarly Kitchen - September 24, 2018 2237

Emma Wilson from the Royal Society of Chemistry discusses their Read and Publish strategies for a transition to open access.


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