Archive - Matt Martin
Matt Martin joined GamesIndustry in 2006 and was made editor of the site in 2008. With over ten years experience in journalism, he has written for multiple trade, consumer, contract and business-to-business publications in the games, retail and technology sectors.
A year ago "Experimental" animated short mocked by development community
A year ago Any other model would mean "sacrifices" for fantasy MMO, say Firor
A year ago Buy current gen game and upgrade to Xbox One and PS4 for small fee
A year ago Hopes "to merge the story-based cinematic experience with the interaction of the video game"
A year ago Format holder reveals PlayStation 4 launch and host of new titles
A year ago Company reveals latest on FIFA 14, Titanfall, Battlefield 4 and The Sims 4
A year ago Gamer Network partner site reboots for Gamescom week
A year ago Big franchises from EA, Ubisoft, Activision, 2K locked down for launch
A year ago Full access to Xbox One services; no fees for game updates; MS will set price for titles
A year ago Mobile and online games company looking to meet Unity, HTML developers
A year ago Placing multiplayer gaming behind a paywall on PlayStation 4 will level playing field, says research firm
A year ago Gangs are out, superheroes are in - how does Volition's open-world game fare after a publicly rocky development period?
A year ago Three talented students crowned in national programming competition
A year ago Motion controller off to strong start in first three weeks of launch
A year ago Publisher focusing on Candy Crush Saga as it slims down portfolio
A year ago Q1 profits up 400 per cent, Company of Heroes sells 380,000 copies
A year ago Sales in games division tumble due to no big releases
A year ago Casual sex app maker chose name with Zynga trademark "fully in mind"
A year ago Software sales just over 1 million units for new console system
A year ago Markets encouraged by strong performance of core franchises and digital sales
Opinion A year ago Console, mobile, online and middleware - pay close attention to China's significant investment in the games business, says Matt Martin
A year ago Exodus continues as casino gaming boss also walks from troubled company
A year ago Mobile company aiming for $150m yearly revenue
A year ago Snail Games also invests over $32m in global promotion of steampunk MMO
A year ago Kotick and Kelly form separate investment group with Tencent as publisher also buys shares