A survey conducted with over 80 UK game studios by e-skills, a UK skills council for business and information technology, found 24 percent were of the opinion console gaming would decline over the next year, and 42 percent believed PC games were in regression. On the other end of the poll, 32 percent expected the console side of things would increase, with 20 percent expecting an in increase for the PC game sector. While the figures concluded are a bit discrepant from one another, 89 percent were of the opinion that the demand for social and mobile games would mount, and 88 percent believed casual gaming interest would also continue to accelerate. Of those polled, not one surveyed felt the demand for casual or mobile titles would decrease. Thanks, Develop.
GTA modding tool OpenIV is back online after discussions between Rockstar and parent company Take-Two
OpenIV is back online alongside an updated version, thanks to Rockstar Games having a chat with Take-Two.
Final Fantasy 15 players can look forward to some announcements pertaining to the game in August, says Square.
More and more people are getting sucked into PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds.
The annual GDC State of the Industry report has been released, and it shows an ever so slight decline in development interest on PC, 3DS and Wii U. It seems, though, developers are especially interested in developing games for Virtual Reality.
Sony has released a survey which contains possible customer incentives when pre-ordering titles from the PlayStation Store.
An online survey released by Sony has the firm asking participants whether they would enjoy certain additions to PS Plus. One of the survey questions was regarding whether customers who bought a game on either PS3 or PS Vita, would enjoy getting the game free for the other console. Well, yeah, who wouldn’t? What that […]
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