Saturday, 5 September 2020

Get a job: Join Wooga as a Unity Game Engineer

Our ideal candidate is a team player who looks forward to working together with other engineers, product, and art team members to raise the bar in terms of quality. ...



The Witcher 3's next-gen debut promises free upgrade for current-gen owners

The Witcher 3 is joining the growing list of games that plan to bridge the generational gap, and notably the 5 year old title isn†™t charging current gen owners a penny to upgrade to the next-gen version.  ...



Blog: The hidden art of pacing - Part 2

The bridging of the gap between writers and designers continues by breaking down conventional structures and exchanging techniques. ...



Don't Miss: Deaf accessibility in video games

We strive for players of all backgrounds to enjoy our games, including those who are d/Deaf and hard of hearing. So how can we make our games more accessible? ...



Remaining Lab Zero staff laid off following dev exodus

Skullgirls developer Lab Zero has laid off the remainder of its staff shortly after many members of the team departed the studio over issues with its owner Mike Zaimont. ...



Video: How a newbie solo dev landed their game on Xbox Game Pass

In this 2020 GDC Summer talk Studio Zevere's Davionne Gooden discusses his four-year journey taking She Dreams Elsewhere from a scrappy solo project begun in high school to a fully-realized game. ...



Game Discoverability Now: Are the 'store wars' really upon us?

Unfortunately for everyone hoping that royalty percentages for third-party game studios will improve, I'm not sure it's going to happen soon. Theories - and plenty of other game discovery news - within. ...



Nintendo eShop policy change gives shoppers more time to cancel pre-orders

Nintendo has altered its cancellation policy to let consumers opt-out of digital pre-orders up to one week before launch.  ...



Blog: Dynamic map elements in RTS games

There are tactics and strategy games where the map itself is able to be modified by players in a variety of ways: opening up new attack paths or closing them off, changing which areas of the map players care about and want to contest. ...



Get a job: The Savannah College of Art & Design is hiring a Chair of Visual Effects

In this role, you will direct the SCAD Savannah visual effects department, develop curriculum, and teach classes annually as assigned ...



Don't Miss: Mario maestro Koji Kondo on composing the classics

In this classic 2014 interview, the composer behind everything from Ocarina of Time to Super Mario 64 offers timeless advice to fellow video game composers. ...



With profit and revenue on the rise, CD Projekt heaps praise on The Witcher 3

It's been over five years since CD Projekt Red launched The Witcher 3, and even still the game remains a key contributor to CD Projekt's earnings. ...



Video: Cultivating female talent in big-budget studios

In this GDC Summer session Avalanche's Victoria Setian discusses how to increase the number of women in your talent pool and support their growth into leadership roles via research-backed programs. ...



Microsoft Flight Simulator attracts 1 million players in just over two weeks

Microsoft Flight Simulator has caught the attention of over 1 million players in only a matter of weeks, and set new records for both the franchise and Xbox Game Pass for PC. ...



Wargaming UK rebrands as DPS Games to reflect global growth

Wargaming UK has rebranded as DPS Games to reflect the studio's "distinctive" direction and international growth. ...



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