Archive - Phil Elliott
3 years ago The CCO on Brazil, Battlestar and stereoscopic 3D in browsers
3 years ago Lucky Train social network developer to expand team with new funds
3 years ago New console available for £110 when older DS models are traded-in
3 years ago Hardware manufacturer believes "gap is definitely closing" to PC and mobile
3 years ago Should companies really use world events to generate new business?
3 years ago Updated: Square Enix, Irem, Sega make content decisions; 3DS launch in Europe unaffected
3 years ago Raven, Vicarious Visions and High Moon support parent company's approach to developers
3 years ago Double the number of entries over last year for programming competition's next round
3 years ago Stephen Timms believes govt should "seriously consider" suggested reforms ahead of Budget
3 years ago Day-and-date download release takes "double digit" market share, despite no marketing
3 years ago Developer dismisses online action game suggestions as a "joke"
3 years ago Dragon Age II, Homefront and Fight Night Champion among those offered for savings
3 years ago Exec producer Rod Fergusson believes the schedule is "what's really, really important"
3 years ago Platform holder repositions SKU prices ahead of NGP launch later this year
4 years ago David Lilley outlines plans for this September's UK consumer show
4 years ago Association's board is "deeply disappointed" but hopes to work with TIGA in future
4 years ago Iwata recognises company "can do better" as Netflix link-up is unveiled for the US
4 years ago Nintendo president fears industry is "drowning" as mobile and social network titles rise
4 years ago But profits dropped 53% as Chinese interactive entertainment media company regroups
4 years ago Sony, Microsoft, Nintendo, EA, Bethesda, Ubisoft, SEGA, THQ and more all signed up
4 years ago Label aims to tailor "big-budget" marketing strategies for downloadable titles
4 years ago Trade association invites companies to contribute sales data
4 years ago DFC Intelligence believes online revenues set to almost double over 2010 numbers