Archive - Rachel Weber
Rachel Weber has been with GamesIndustry since 2011 and specialises in news-writing and investigative journalism. She has more than five years of consumer experience, having previously worked for Future Publishing in the UK.
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23 hours ago Konami celebrates news in latest financial report
Opinion Yesterday Weekly Roundup: Investors realise who really made Pokemon Go, Take-Two bosses talk indies and indies talk marketing as Q1 results emerge
3 days ago "Small reduction in force that primarily impacts social casino studios working on established live games"
3 days ago The generosity of the companies supporting this initiative has been overwhelming"
4 days ago Update: Apple has sold a billion iPhones
5 days ago "Let us take care of this for you using our infrastructure" it tells devs
8 days ago 775,749 player email addresses stolen
12 days ago Will "create a one-stop, revenue-boosting solution for game developers"
15 days ago "Kabam's business strategy is to focus on fewer, bigger, and bolder AAA mobile games"
16 days ago Will stream Republican and Democratic National Conventions
16 days ago Set to take place in San Francisco in September
16 days ago When sex and farming sims go wrong
18 days ago Ken Wong founds Mountains in Melbourne, Australia
19 days ago "Every penny we raised will go toward helping kids fight cancer"
22 days ago Move to free-to-play mobile development leads to cuts
22 days ago Jean-Julien Baronnet's new venture will adapt games to movies
23 days ago "The DLC shitstorm hit full force and washed away people's enthusiasm"
23 days ago And generates a sweet $25m in revenue for Introversion
24 days ago "They will bring Ubisoft valuable and complementary experience"
24 days ago "Buying TinyCo helps us diversify the types of games we offer"
29 days ago Sony confirms closures for LittleBigPlanet Portable and Karting servers worldwide
29 days ago Second allotment sells out in 4 minutes
29 days ago Weekly roundup: PlayStation Neo, Xbox Scorpio and publisher VR skepticism