Archive - Brendan Sinclair

Staff Writer

Brendan joined GamesIndustry International in 2012. Based in Toronto, Ontario, he was previously a long-time news editor at CBS-owned GameSpot in the US, and joins up with the US editorial team led by James Brightman.

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2 Xbox doesn't need another military space marine series

1 days ago Phil Spencer stresses commitment to original IP, says Microsoft must satisfy Minecraft community's needs before experimenting with the brand

2 Kongregate CEO: It's harder to be a woman in games

1 days ago Emily Greer says she gets four times the harassment as her co-founder brother

10 Linear games "going to suffer" in the market - Far Cry 4 dev

3 days ago Alex Hutchinson says open-world and emergent games will have a leg up going forward thanks to video sharing

Battlefield 4 class action suit suffers setback

3 days ago Judge tells plaintiffs they can't claim securities fraud or recklessness leading up to shooter's rocky launch


4 Community management isn't just a complaints department

4 days ago Ludia's Philippe Ha talks about the passion of casual players and the need to bring player liaisons into the development process sooner


Mike Capps joins Sphero board of directors

5 days ago Ex-Epic president signs on with Colorado-based robotic toy company

8 The Stanley Parable sells 1 million

5 days ago Galactic Cafe first-person exploration game hits milestone a year after launch


1 Jade Raymond leaving Ubisoft

6 days ago Ubisoft Toronto managing director leaving to pursue "other ambitions," will be replaced by Alexandre Parizeau

Marketing doesn't have to be gross

6 days ago Alex Hayter says it can be more effective--and cheaper--to be weird, surprising, and fun instead

21 What Do Women Want?

8 days ago Child of Light lead programmer Brie Code says the answer is more than just female protagonists

Apple CPI surpasses Android - Fiksu

9 days ago Mobile ad firm finds platform costs per install flip in September, points to iPhone 6 launch

2 Trine franchise tops 7 million sales

9 days ago Frozenbyte marks milestone by releasing editor tools for first two games on Steam

1 iPad Air 2, iPad mini 3 confirmed

9 days ago New hardware revealed in publisher's iOS 8 user guide, features Touch ID [UPDATE: new models ship next week, older iPads see price cut]

4 Google reveals Nexus Player

10 days ago Preorders for $99 Android TV set-top box open this week, device goes on sale Nov. 3


Barry Cottle leaves Zynga

10 days ago Executive VP of games ends three-year stint with social gaming publisher

1 Sony launching eSports league

11 days ago Spanish players in La Liga Oficial PlayStation to compete at Battlefield 4, Call of Duty, NBA 2K15, and more


54 What's fueling GamerGate?

Opinion 11 days ago An attempt to acknowledge legitimate (but largely unspoken) grievances that have kept gamers supporting the cause

PlayStation Now beta launches on PS TV, PS Vita

11 days ago Sony's new set-top box and old handheld now supported by streaming game rental service

Mobile spending driven by 35-44-year-olds

12 days ago Study finds older adults, men spend more on average; top 1% of spenders make up 29% of revenue


10 Critical Consensus: Bayonetta 2 is a rare beauty

12 days ago Wii U-exclusive action game draws near-universal praise, perfect scores from GameSpot, Joystiq, Edge

6 Resident Evil TV series on the way

13 days ago Constantin Film prepping small-screen spin-off of game-based film franchise

2 Driveclub server issues continue

13 days ago Online features for Sony's exclusive racer still inaccessible to many nearly a week after launch


Too artsy, but not artsy enough

13 days ago Gamercamp festival calls it quits after six years; organizer says show's unique approach held limited appeal for sponsors

20 Unity recently in talks to sell - Report

17 days ago CNET reports engine maker has considered being acquired, names Google as possible purchaser

Nintendo sponsors indie game exhibit

17 days ago Platform holder funding EMP Museum's Indie Game Revolution in Seattle next month