Archive - Matthew Handrahan
European Deputy Editor
Matthew Handrahan joined GamesIndustry in 2011, bringing long-form feature-writing experience to the team as well as a deep understanding of the video game development business. He previously spent more than five years at award-winning magazine gamesTM.
A month ago Nod Backspin is a multiplatform device that combines traditional and gestural inputs
A month ago Yu Suzuki's Kickstarter is a roaring success, bringing 14 years of waiting to an end
A month ago SuperLabs' team will join Zynga for 1.1 million shares apiece
A month ago The games company that doesn't make games adds to its portfolio
A month ago Mobile revenue rose 18 per cent in a single year to reach $5.8 billion, console fell 13 per cent
A month ago The Swedish developer signals its ambitions with two new acquisitions and a strategic investment
A month ago BlazBlue studio also gets Kunio-kun rights as part of IP deal with Technos Japan Corp.
A month ago Board game creator must pay $111,000 in misbegotten Kickstarter funding
A month ago Now $500,000 beyond next nearest video game with less than a day to go
A month ago App Annie report also highlights the increasing dominance of multiplayer games in consumer spending
A month ago London Venture Partners, Initial Capital and Kibo Ventures make up Barcelona studio's seed round
A month ago Srikanth Rajagopalan leaves the role of product manager for machine intelligence
A month ago The biggest ever VC fund for tech companies led by women and minority groups
A month ago CD Projekt's RPG series takes its place among the biggest games of 2015
A month ago Inspired by Unity, backend service company opens up key features to developers for nothing
A month ago Indie focused event will be held in April 2016, retains partnership with the BAFTA Game Awards
A month ago Online retailer's content strategy takes another turn, already has Half Life, The Last of Us veterans on board
A month ago The International breaks $11 million, on course for $15 million
A month ago "Apple's move shows that it is serious about reversing the race to the bottom, and putting companies that treat players like cattle in the back seat"
A month ago Blizzard will divide opinion with its effort to democratise the MOBA, but the critics are convinced
A month ago The Witcher 3's run at the top ended by Nintendo's new IP
A month ago "It's our job to not be waylaid by all the feedback. Because that's what we do. We're game developers"
A month ago CEO expects $1 billion annual revenue in 2020, with celebrity tie-ins contributing half
A month ago Level 3 diploma and higher apprenticeships created in collaboration with British games companies
A month ago Finnish studio will make mobile games that offer more depth than the market standard