Video Gaming News for April 19, 2018

Check out today’s water cooler topics! Studio apologizes for delay by pledging 90+-hour work weeks NeoCoreGames promises crunch as atonement for pushing full launch of Early Access game Warhammer 40,000: Inquisitor – Martyr back by a little over three weeks Vavra: "There is no propaganda" in Kingdom Come: Deliverance Warhorse co-founder says controversy over historical RPG...
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Video Gaming News for April 16, 2018

Check out today’s water cooler topics! Activision Blizzard enlists Nielsen for esports valuation Tracking firm to assess value of sponsorship packages to see if brands are getting their money’s worth Valve's move against SteamSpy isn't such a big deal, says No More Robots founder Mike Rose: "There’s no doubt people right now are making games because they thought...
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Video Gaming News for April 13, 2018

Check out today’s water cooler topics! A Way Out sells 1 million in two weeks Hazelight Studios’ EA Originals co-op prison break game wastes no time hitting milestone Yoko Taro: We don't need to think globally to sell globally Nier: Automata director and PlatinumGames lead designer Takahisa Taura discuss developing for Western tastes, 3D action games, and the dilemma of...
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Video Gaming News for April 12, 2018

Check out today’s water cooler topics! EA changes executive titles Patrick Söderlund becomes company-wide chief design officer as Laura Miele takes over EA Worldwide Studios and Blake Jorgenson adds COO to CFO title Graceful Explosion Machine sells 50,000 on Switch Launch window indie shooter approaches milestone as developer plans a return to the platform next year Eugen Systems...
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Video Gaming News for April 11, 2018

Check out today’s water cooler topics! Chris Hecker finally throws his SpyParty Spore designer discusses his hopes and fears about the imminent Early Access launch of his inverted Turing test game after eight years of full-time development "Most developers think of funding as fixing their problem" But VC investors care about opportunities and not problems, says Jason Della...
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