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GameStop testing out retro video game market

A new report says leading video game retailer GameStop will soon be accepting classic games and consoles as part of a new program. …


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As the market grows, more big Japanese game franchises go mobile

Following in the footsteps of Nintendo and Square Enix, Level-5 is expanding some of its popular franchises, including Professor Layton and Fantasy Life, to mobile devices in a big way. …


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The Russian mobile market: Insights, forecasts, and tips

How can you take advantage of the Russian mobile market, and what do you need to know about entering it? This comprehensive look offers the facts and figures. …


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Stumbling through the mobile market with a ‘subversive’ game

“In a way, I think we tried to be too clever. I still love the idea of a game subverting expectations. At the time, though, I don’t think I understood the mobile game marketplace well enough to pull this off properly.” …


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As the game market floods, are publishers back in style?

Some data from a recent Game Developers Conference State of the Industry survey has got me thinking about trends in self-publishing. …


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Advice on entering the Chinese mobile market from a local dev

“If you are a medium-sized or small-sized studio, intent on working with a big name publisher in China, I’d like you to know that you aren’t not good enough just not lucky enough. So here is some advice.” …


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Nintendo exits the Brazilian market, citing high import duties

No more Nintendo hardware or physical games for the South American country, as high taxes and no plans to manufacture consoles locally means the business won’t work out. …


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Nintendo exits the Brazilian market, citing high import duties

No more Nintendo hardware or physical games for the South American country, as high taxes and no plans to manufacture consoles locally means the business won’t work out. …


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Chinese game market rivals US

A report from the China Audio-Video and Digital Publishing Association pegs the country’s gaming revenues this year at about $ 18.5 billion, a 38 percent increase year-over-year, reports Xinhua. Mobile and social games saw the most dramatic increases …
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The Witcher 3 dev: The market is afraid of badly-polished games

When CD Projekt RED delayed The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt to May 19, 2015 earlier this week, the developer said it saw “many details that need to be corrected” in the game before it was ready to launch. The group’s President and Joint CEO Adam Kicinski ad…
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