Sony Sinks $20 Million Into Exclusive PlayStation Network Games

Not content to run a downloadable games service where players have to wait weeks for repairs in order to play titles already out on Xbox Live Arcade, Sony Computer Entertainment America commits $20 million over three years towards the development of more excellent PlayStation Network exclusive games. » 7/13/11 10:40am 7/13/11 10:40am

EA's Salt Lake City Studio Expands For "Groundbreaking" New Project

EA's Salt Lake City, Utah studio, home to The Sims, Littlest Pet Shop, and Nerf development teams, is moving to a larger location and hiring developers for a "groundbreaking" unannounced new project. » 2/25/10 1:00pm 2/25/10 1:00pm

Funcom Assembles SweetRobot For Casual MMO Games

Age of Conan developer Funcom wants to explore the world of social and casual MMO titles, but to break out of the high-end MMO segment the company is going to need one SweetRobot. Well now they've got one. » 12/11/09 10:20am 12/11/09 10:20am

THQ Makes A Move Into Montreal

The game industry job market in Quebec gets another shot in the arm today, as THQ announces plans to open a massive development studio in Montreal, with plans to create more than 400 new jobs over the next five years. » 12/03/09 4:20pm 12/03/09 4:20pm

Bungie Alums Launch Moonshot Games

Bungie alumni Michel Bastien, Damián Isla, and Rob Stokes have reached escaped velocity and are now hurtling through space on a mission to deliver high-quality downloadable titles as the newly-formed Moonshot Games. » 10/07/09 12:20pm 10/07/09 12:20pm

Funcom Brings The Fun To Montreal

Incentive programs, an excellent talent pool, and that famous Canadian hospitality has MMO developer Funcom setting up a new development house in Montreal. » 9/01/09 3:20pm 9/01/09 3:20pm

Zoƫ Mode Expands Into San Fran

That enigmatic blonde girl from Brighton sets her eyes on the states, with independent music and party game developer Zoë Mode launches a San Francisco studio next month. » 5/19/09 11:20am 5/19/09 11:20am

Bonfire Rises From The Ashes Of Ensemble

Robot Entertainment isn't the only development house rising from the ruins of Halo Wars developer Ensemble Studios, as 35 ex-Ensemble employees join together as Bonfire Studios, already hard at work on an original title. » 2/19/09 7:30pm 2/19/09 7:30pm