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    Retention design in different cultures: know your players

    Deputy Editor Zoya Street recently caught up with Ray Livingston, head of product marketing at Bigpoint, to talk about how their approach to free to play game design has moved forward with the development for Dark Orbit...

    • Posted 3 years ago
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  • Lara Croft goes digital only, drops Tomb Raider name

    I’ve been waiting to see which publisher would be the first to drop retail entirely for a major release. Step forward, Square Enix. Square Enix has just announced that the next Tomb Raider game, Lara Croft and...

    • Posted 7 years ago
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  • Five rounds of redundancies that slipped under the radar

    I’m catching up on a number of layoffs or redundancies that I missed or failed to post earlier in the year. Eidos closes Eidos Hungary (formerly Mithis Studios) August 2009 – The developer of BattleStations Midway was...

    • Posted 8 years ago
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  • Beautiful Games Studios sees headcount slashed

    Eighty per cent of posts at Champ Man developer Beautiful Games Studios will be cut or transferred to China, according to Roy Meredith will continue to head the studio, and the Championship Manager brand will still...

    • Posted 8 years ago
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  • Eidos makes 25 more layoffs at Crystal Dynamics

    According to Kotaku, Eidos has made 25 Crystal Dynamics staff redundant. The redundancies are part of a “ continued drive to focus resources at the studio”. Added to the Job Loss Tracker.

    • Posted 8 years ago
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  • Delay to Champ Man augurs well for Square’s acquisition of Eidos

    I’m not known for being an Eidos cheerleader, but I positively whooped when I saw that Eidos has delayed Championship Manager by several months. Although the financial press sees this as a bad thing (“More woe for Eidos...

    • Posted 8 years ago
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  • Eidos acquired by Square Enix

    Square Enix this morning launched a recommended all-cash offer for Eidos, the beleagured British games publisher. The offer is priced at 32 pence a share, valuing Eidos at £84 million. This represents a premium of 129% over yesterday’s...

    • Posted 9 years ago
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