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Google looking to enter the games industry

Games at Google branded as a ‘new business’ by the search engine provider.

By Paul Younger | 24 Jun 2011 | Comments Off

From Dust – E3 2011 Trailer

Ubisoft didn’t show anything of From Dust during their press event, but this new trailer has emerged for the Populous-like title.

By Paul Younger | 7 Jun 2011 | Comments Off

Deus Ex: Human Revolution gets robotic with Sarif Industry TV spot

Ever felt the need for some robotic hands to help you play the piano?

By Paul Younger | 13 Apr 2011 | Comments Off

NPD: Industry’s Best Ever November Sales

NPD has revealed the latest videogame industry sales figures in the US which show that November 2010 was the best November ever thanks to the launch of Call of Duty: Black Ops and Microsoft’s Kinect.

By Paul Younger | 10 Dec 2010 | Comments Off

By Paul Younger | 25 Nov 2010 | Comments Off

By Paul Younger | 20 Aug 2010 | Comments Off

From Dust, GamesCom Tech Demo

We’ve posted quite a bit about Eric Chani’s Project Dust here at IncGamers, including doing a Q&A with the man himself during E3.

By Paul Younger | 18 Aug 2010 | Comments Off

Eric Chani: Project Dust "The Work Of The Whole Team, Not Just Me"

Eric Chani is well known in the industry for single-handedly creating Another World (known in the US as Out Of This World,) but in an interview with gamesindustry.biz he has urged people to give credit to others regarding Project Dust.

By Paul Younger | 4 Aug 2010 | Comments Off

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By Paul Younger | 27 Jul 2010 | Comments Off

CBI Outlines Assessment Of Creative Industries

The UK’s top business lobbying organisation, CBI has released a report outlining the importance of protecting the UK’s creative industries, especially during the recession.

By Paul Younger | 27 Jul 2010 | Comments Off

By Paul Younger | 23 Jul 2010 | Comments Off

Scottish Games Industry Gets £2.0 Million Investment

Culture Minister Ed Vaizey has used the Develop Conference in Brighton to launch a multi-million pound investment scheme in association with Dundee’s Abertay University.

By Paul Younger | 14 Jul 2010 | Comments Off

Bleszinski: Industry "Scared" By Used Game Sales

In an E3 interview with Joystiq, Epic Games’ CliffyB has voiced the opinion that the games industry is “scared” by used game sales.

By Paul Younger | 23 Jun 2010 | Comments Off

By Paul Younger | 16 Jun 2010 | Comments Off

Project Dust: E3 Trailer

E3 Teaser trailer for the mysterious Project Dust from Ubisoft. Find out more in our previous coverage: 

By Paul Younger | 15 Jun 2010 | Comments Off

Another World Creator Collaborating On Project Dust

Those who watched Ubisoft’s E3 event may be forgiven for thinking it was all about Joel McHale looking uncomfortable and going off-script, bizarre attempts to bring back laser tag in 2010, calming stress-relief breathing exercises and another batch of Kinetic titles that you won’t buy.But no!

By Paul Younger | 15 Jun 2010 | Comments Off

UK Games Industry Tax Breaks "Political Suicide"

Unnamed political insiders (no doubt cloaked in shadows and intrigue) have reportedly told GamesIndustry.biz that any current moves towards tax breaks for the UK games industry would be “political suicide.”
The case for games industry tax breaks has been made multiple times, with both the Labour Party (prior to its electorial defeat) and Liberal Democrats (prior to an uncomfortable marriage to the Tory Party) seeming to indicate their support for the scheme.

By Paul Younger | 8 Jun 2010 | Comments Off

US Games Industry Sales Down 26% In April

Market research group NPD has released figures which show US hardware and software sales tumbling 26% in April.

By Paul Younger | 14 May 2010 | Comments Off

Windstorm’s Dusty Monk Interview – Part Two

Yesterday, we posted up the first half of our interview with ex-Ensemble man and current Windstorm Studios founder and president Dusty Monk, in which we covered everything from getting into the industry, through Titan – the Halo MMO – and the death of Ensemble.This concluding part of our interview contains what Monk has to say about the experiences of forming his own studio, the design tenets these games will be built on, and what we can expect from the forthcoming single-player RPG and the eventual MMO.IncGamers: Moving on from Ensemble, why did you decide to form your own studio rather than joining one of the others that sprang up after the Ensemble closure?Dusty Monk (right): as reamly the drb

By Paul Younger | 15 Apr 2010 | Comments Off

Windstorm’s Dusty Monk Interview – Part Two

Yesterday, we posted up the first half of our interview with ex-Ensemble man and current Windstorm Studios founder and president Dusty Monk, in which we covered everything from getting into the industry, through Titan – the Halo MMO – and the death of Ensemble.This concluding part of our interview contains what Monk has to say about the experiences of forming his own studio, the design tenets these games will be built on, and what we can expect from the forthcoming single-player RPG and the eventual MMO.IncGamers: Moving on from Ensemble, why did you decide to form your own studio rather than joining one of the others that sprang up after the Ensemble closure?Dusty Monk (right): as reamly the drb

By Paul Younger | 15 Apr 2010 | Comments Off

Windstorm’s Dusty Monk Interview – Part Two

Yesterday, we posted up the first half of our interview with ex-Ensemble man and current Windstorm Studios founder and president Dusty Monk, in which we covered everything from getting into the industry, through Titan – the Halo MMO – and the death of Ensemble.This concluding part of our interview contains what Monk has to say about the experiences of forming his own studio, the design tenets these games will be built on, and what we can expect from the forthcoming single-player RPG and the eventual MMO.IncGamers: Moving on from Ensemble, why did you decide to form your own studio rather than joining one of the others that sprang up after the Ensemble closure?Dusty Monk (right): as reamly the drb

By Paul Younger | 15 Apr 2010 | Comments Off

Windstorm’s Dusty Monk Interview – Part One

Dusty Monk has had an interesting life in the games industry so far.

By Paul Younger | 14 Apr 2010 | Comments Off

Windstorm’s Dusty Monk Interview – Part One

Dusty Monk has had an interesting life in the games industry so far.

By Paul Younger | 14 Apr 2010 | Comments Off

TERA Brings In More Top Industry Names

En Masse Entertainment has announced that it has hired more top names from the gaming industry, adding more potential to its upcoming MMO, TERA.

By Paul Younger | 13 Apr 2010 | Comments Off

New Studio: Atomic Operations From Industry Veteran

Gaming industry veteran, Chris Millar, has set up a new “interactive entertainment production studio” according the the press release, which will take care of IPs across “all media platforms”.The studio won’t just take on games, but will try to place its output across different media platforms.It’s not clear if the studio will be working on any games to begin with, but Millar; former Blizzard and Lionhead man, has said that the team is working “in a focused creative-driven team atmosphere with strong external partners.”The only other snippet of information which is worth reporting, but a tenuous link to gaming, is the schpeel at the bottom of the press release which claims that Atomic “is already in full development on their first unannounced project and planning to aggressively expand during 2010.”We’re trying to find out exactly what this title is, whether it’s a game or a porno.

By Paul Younger | 24 Mar 2010 | Comments Off

Cities XL: Another One Bites The Dust

Was Cities XL Planet’s content worth the subscription fee? Check out the column.

By Paul Younger | 1 Feb 2010 | Comments Off

DUST 514 Trailer Released

CCP has released the official trailer for their console MMO/FPS title.

By Paul Younger | 12 Oct 2009 | Comments Off

Ireland To Lure Scottish Games Industry

In a bid to revive Ireland’s economic dilemma, Sir Gerry Robinson, knighted for his services to business and the arts in Britain, told the Global Irish Economic Forum in Dublin last weekend that Irish authorities should try to attract the Scottish videogames industry.Scotland houses some of the best videogame developers in the world; including Rockstar of GTA fame, Ruffian of Crackdown and Realtime Worlds who are working on MMO APB to name a few, and is under threat again because of the lacklustre tax breaks the Scottish government already provide.The Scottish games industry employs around 700 people and produces about £50 million GBP annually, one of the most successful and rapidly growing industries in Scotland.

By Paul Younger | 29 Sep 2009 | Comments Off

Dustin Browder StarCraft 2 Interview

IncGamers caught up with the Starcraft 2 lead designer Dustin Browder at Blizzard’s offices to find out how the RTS sequel was coming along.

By Paul Younger | 3 Jul 2009 | Comments Off