Microsoft has hired Kate Barnes as executive producer of Microsoft Studios’ Soho Productions and will be in charge of the firm’s EMEA “2-way TV experiences.” Barnes was formerly Channel 5’s digital boss. “It’s an amazing time to be joining not only Soho Productions but also Xbox as we look to evolve the content experience to meet the changing ways that audiences are consuming entertainment,” said Barnes. “Soho Productions are at the forefront of this and have already demonstrated their innovation and commitment in this space with Kinect Sesame Street TV last year.” Thanks MCV.
The online feature set for Absolver is pretty extensive, but there are a couple that are completely unique to it.
Splatoon 2’s September Splatfest doubles down on the difficult questions.
Quake Champions is a free-to-play game, but when it comes to Steam next week, you’ll only be able to play if you’re willing to pay up.
Back in April, Gamers’ Voice sent a letter to Channel 5 over an episode of The Wright Stuff program after it linked a London gang-related shooting with violent videogames, before showing footage of Modern Warfare 2’s No Russian level.
Rights group Gamers’ Voice has hit out at C5’s The Wright Stuff after it alleged a link between a London gang-related shooting and violent videogames, following which the programme showed footage of 18-rated Modern Warfare 2 at 10.30am.
Microsoft Studios’ Soho Productions