Archive - James Brightman

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James Brightman has been covering the games industry since 2003 and has been an avid gamer since the days of Atari and Intellivision. He was previously EIC and co-founder of IndustryGamers and spent several years leading GameDaily Biz prior to that.

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Gamigo AG buys Intenium

2 months ago German online publisher says the deal "significantly increases" its profitability

Nexon launches publishing division focused on Western content

2 months ago Nexon XP will look at "bringing the best external development talent to the free-to-play space"

PlayStation TV launches with 700 games in US on October 14

2 months ago The Lego Movie Videogame bundle goes on sale that same day as well

iPhone 6 sells record 10 million in opening weekend

2 months ago Apple sets new record for its popular smartphone as sales exceeded the company's expectations

1 Activision moves to dismiss Manuel Noriega's "absurd lawsuit"

2 months ago Former New York City Mayor Giuliani will serve as co-counsel, defend ATVI's right to free speech


Billy Berghammer joins Nintendo's Treehouse

2 months ago Former games journalist will serve as a product development analyst at Nintendo of America

10 Why games are revealed so early in development

2 months ago The pros and cons of announcing AAA titles so early, and why this trend may be reversing

2 Kim Kardashian: Hollywood dominates iOS in July

2 months ago App Annie data shows game was most downloaded on App Store, placed 10th for monthly revenues

2 Tablet gaming revenues to reach $13.3 billion by 2019 - Juniper

3 months ago Research firm forecasts threefold increase for tablet game sales, driven by improved storage, graphics and better broadband

5 Consoles "extremely rigid" for devs - Jarvilaehto

3 months ago Seriously co-founder and former Rovio games division head on the booming mobile space and the rise of Finland

1 Ouya to bring its games to China

3 months ago China's top smartphone seller Xiaomi has partnered with Ouya, according to a Reuters report

2 Xbox One 24-hour game demo "posted in error"

3 months ago Microsoft may have accidentally leaked a new game demos plan in the US


EA, Zynga veteran joins Yvolver

3 months ago Travis Boatman will serve as a strategic advisor to the company

GameStop CEO recovering from brain tumor

3 months ago Paul Raines had the tumor removed last week; his executive team will help oversee operations during his recovery


Rockstar Leeds co-founder joins GameDuell

3 months ago Ian J. Bowden to lead art direction for the Berlin-based social mobile studio

4 Sony: "We said there'd be no complacency, we've demonstrated that"

3 months ago Despite starting the generation with a good lead, Sony isn't letting up, announcing a slew of great content


4 Sierra: "Quality and passion will always pay off"

3 months ago The new Sierra explains why it's pursuing indies and how small teams can create high quality experiences too

2 Sierra reborn: King's Quest and Geometry Wars revived

3 months ago Activision-owned label will publish "best-in-class efforts from indie developers" on console and PC digital storefronts

Only 8% of China's mobile games make money - report

3 months ago The payments process for many mobile games in China is an obstacle as well

Com2uS sees $13.5 million profit in Q2

3 months ago Global growth of Summoners War helped to drive record results for the mobile publisher

Take-Two loses $35.4 million in first quarter

3 months ago That's almost half the loss of last year's Q1 as the publisher posted better than expected results [UPDATE: Evolve delayed, GTA V ships 34 million]

5 GameStop to revamp trade-ins - report

3 months ago The retailer will simplify the program and ultimately give more money back to customers


1 Putting Japanese game creators back in the pole position

3 months ago Inflexion Point Capital adds Keiji Inafune to board, aims to invest $15m in Japanese mobile studios


7 "PC is decimating console, just through price" - Romero

4 months ago Doom creator talks free-to-play, VR and more as his old Apple II is added to The Strong museum

7 EA improves revenues and profit in Q1, delays Dragon Age

4 months ago Thanks in part to Titanfall, the publisher beat expectations to kick off its 2015 fiscal year; Dragon Age and Battlefield now pushed back