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.
A month ago New entry Pro Yakyuu Famista Returns takes second place
A month ago Sky whales, grappling hooks, floating islands, the indie studio is having fun with Improbable technology
A month ago From Crash Bandicoot to the cutting edge of virtual reality
A month ago Head of development at Giant Spacekat explains why women in tech is about making better games
A month ago CEO reveals console players have an appetite for browser games too
A month ago CEO explains why stars shouldn't email him unless they have 100m social media followers
A month ago Starts October 15, will "bring this massive UK event to a wider audience."
A month ago "The funds will be used to fuel marketing Mino Monsters 2, and grow the team for our next titles
A month ago 5TH Cell will bring new IP to funding platform
A month ago Mobile VR publisher welcomes advisors from Oculus, Unity and Disney
A month ago William Pugh's Crows Crows Crows will announce first game soon
A month ago PlayStation Vita title Tokyo Xanadu beats PES to number one
A month ago New campus includes "fully-outfitted livestreaming studios"
A month ago "I still have PTSD" says Harmonix creative director
A month ago The Crew team ready to "benefit from Ubisoft's infrastructure, support, tools, technology and vision"
A month ago "Creating a 'store within a store' across North America and the UK is a significant win" says Gabe Newell
A month ago The (augmented) reality of building a cutting edge platform
A month ago "A resounding amount of negative feedback"
A month ago Was due in November, pushed back to "early 2016"
A month ago More protection now offered on digital goods
A month ago Casual gaming company's fourth acquisition in two years
A month ago "Gaining partners who believed in the future of VR is like gaining a huge army"
A month ago $12 a month for "a variety of specially curated games"
A month ago Markus Lipp replaces Armin Busen