Archive - Brendan Sinclair

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Brendan joined GamesIndustry International in 2012. Based in Toronto, Ontario, he was previously senior news editor at CBS-owned GameSpot in the US.

Twitter: @BrendanSinclair

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Big names talk mobile tactics, Nintendo's dilemma

A month ago Pitchford, Bleszinski, Iribe and more discuss the industry at David Perry's Lunch With Luminaries

2 We've been thinking about storytelling wrong - Payton

A month ago Camouflaj founder says developers should be letting players tell their own stories

15 The Last Guardian, Shenmue III, FF VII Remake - Sony's E3

A month ago PS4 maker packs conference with long-awaited projects many thought would never happen

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XREAL relying on symbiosis of game dev, YouTube

A month ago Gamer celebrity CaptainSparklez and ex-Activision exec Howard Marks team up to tackle mobile eSports

Watch Oculus' pre-E3 livestream here

A month ago Rift maker expected to reveal more details surrounding early 2016 launch of long-awaited VR headset

2 3DS tops 15 million sold in US

A month ago New 3DS pushes handheld hardware sales up 50% year-over-year, but pace still trails Nintendo's previous portables

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4 Amazon embraces "long-form" mobile gaming

A month ago Online retailer's Til Morning's Light looks to crack mobile market with a $7 price tag, finite narrative, lack of multiplayer

Jobs

1 Chris Avellone leaves Obsidian

A month ago Co-founder of Pillars of Eternity and Fallout: New Vegas developer departs after 12 years

3 Xbox One price drops to $350

A month ago Microsoft lowers entry-level price of console, rolls out 1TB model, controller with headset jack, and PC adapter

2 No Xbox One or PS4 price cuts at E3 - Analyst

A month ago Wedbush's Michael Pachter instead expects platform holders will drop price on previous generation systems by at least $50

Angry Birds strike Lego deal

A month ago Next year's feature film adaptation will have tie-in toys from building block maker

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8 Paid betas hurt Early Access - Tripwire

A month ago Killing Floor 2 studio's Alan Wilson says some developers are disrespecting customers and Valve by charging for broken, buggy games

6 Valve dates Steam Machines, Controllers, Steam Link

A month ago In-store launches for all three set for November 10, Valve releases video of final controller

Global gaming market to hit $93 billion by 2019 - Report

2 months ago PricewaterhouseCoopers study says slowdown in traditional hardware won't be enough to offset growth in digital distribution and services

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10 Conflict minerals the real link between games and violence

Opinion 2 months ago Game industry's track record of making sure its money doesn't fund war crimes in DR Congo is improving, but still appalling

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Perception constrained by reality

2 months ago Ex-Irrational dev Bill Gardner on the financial and creative challenges of his echolocation game

1 Activision Blizzard improves conflict minerals sourcing

2 months ago Publisher says there's no longer reason to believe its products could be funding armed conflict

1 Lego Worlds debuts in Early Access

2 months ago Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment launches still-in-development version of Minecraft-like open-world building game

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2 Brokering a truce between creators and consumers

2 months ago Humble Bundle co-founder on expanding to consoles and the pay-what-you-want promotion's place in the bigger picture

3 Sega, Daybreak no longer ESA members

2 months ago Publishers departed North American trade group after latest rounds of layoffs

3 E3 2015 will be open to (some of) the public

2 months ago ESA allowing exhibitors to invite 5,000 of their most enthusiastic fans to trade show

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11 What to do when you're Blind-sided

2 months ago Tiny Bull Studios thought it was working on a totally unique idea, until they saw another developer Kickstart essentially the same game

6 Take-Two "blessed" by less competition - Zelnick

2 months ago Head of Grand Theft Auto publisher says there are really only four companies left in AAA business, doesn't mind being a fast follower in VR

3 Sony admits first-party lineup "a little sparse"

2 months ago Andrew House says PS4 maker is placing a greater emphasis on securing third-party support, calls Vita and PS TV "legacy platforms"

7 Nintendo stars in latest Humble Bundle

2 months ago Humble Nindie Bundle marks pay-what-you-want promotion's first foray on consoles