Don’t forget the writing

Don't forget the writing

While it may seem obvious, putting a little additional focus on the writing of a game can help it seem much more polished and improve the final product overall.

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Southeast Asia markets primed for online games

Southeast Asia markets primed for online games

Developers looking for the right market for their MMO should consider Southeast Asia, a new report indicates.

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UK supports next generation of game developers

UK supports next generation of game developers

The University of London was recently awarded a slice of a £350 million grant, as part of a sponsorship program by the United Kingdom to foster creativity in the gaming industry.

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Educational games continue to grow in popularity

Educational games continue to grow in popularity

Learning can be fun, or at least that’s what many students are beginning to learn. Educational video games are continuing to grow in popularity, both those designed for education and those adapted to it, such as “Minecraft.”

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The Repopulation: Greenlight Campaign

  The new Kickstarter and Greenlight campaigns are now both launched. Both are excellent tools for gaining outside exposure and we look forward to seeing a few new eyes around here the next 4 weeks. In the next 4 weeks we will be focusing a bit more heavily on getting the word out and you will see a lot more gameplay videos out as a result of this process. We have many…

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PS4 dominates November Twitch streams

PS4 dominates November Twitch streams

Since it’s launch early in the month, the PlayStation 4′s built in live streaming dominated Twitch, according to Sony. Gamasutra recently reported that the next-generation console accounted for around 10 percent of total video game-related streams on the service for the month.

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Copyright crackdown amplifies on YouTube

Copyright crackdown amplifies on YouTube

Copyright issues have seen users have content removed when it contains unauthorized game streams in the past, but according to Gamasutra the trend has exploded recently.

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US government supporting online games through terrorist search

US government supporting online games through terrorist search

While it may not seem to be the most effective strategy, and according to The New York Times it hasn’t been, the NSA and CIA have been paying agents to play online games, such as “World of Warcraft,” as part of the nation’s counter-terrorism efforts.

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Valve joins the Linux Foundation

Valve joins the Linux Foundation

Valve’s ever present support of Linux gaming took another step forward recently, when the company officially joined the Linux Foundation.

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PS4 breaks console records across the board

PS4 breaks console records across the board

Following the U.K. launch of the PlayStation 4, Sony saw over 250,000 units sold over the weekend, beating the old record for fastest selling console or handheld in the nation.

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