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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3 Augmented reality facing a chicken-egg problem - Ellsworth

A month ago Technical Illusions co-founder sees niche enthusiast devs as the key to mainstream success, lays out CastAR's advantages over HoloLens

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NetEase opens new Western headquarters

A month ago Chinese online game operator establishes Bay Area office headed by ex-Ouya CTO David Ting

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12 Is Sega the next Atari?

A month ago Former Sega of America CEO Tom Kalinske bemoans 20 years of wrong decisions from the Sonic maker, weighs in on whether Nintendo should go mobile

TwitchCon set for San Francisco

A month ago Video streaming service announces convention September 25-26 at Moscone Center

Tri-Ace acquired by Nepro Japan

A month ago Developer of Star Ocean and Valkyrie Profile will be used to boost mobile company's gaming business

18 Critical Consensus: Little love for The Order: 1886

A month ago Sony's new IP for PS4 squanders gorgeous visuals and interesting setting with uninspired gameplay

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7 How movies shaped Star Citizen's success

A month ago Chris Roberts shares what he learned in Hollywood that helped drive a $72 million crowdfunding phenomenon

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Greg Zeschuk gets back into games

A month ago BioWare co-founder now chairing Biba, a company developing playground-compatible mobile apps

4 PS4 to outsell Xbox One by 40% through 2018 - Report

A month ago Strategy Analytics predicts Sony to move 80 million consoles compared to Microsoft's 57 million

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18 Mobile needs gamers "to pay big dollars for big games" - Morris

A month ago Introversion dev sizes up the problems facing Prison Architect's planned ports for mobile and console

Smartphone sales top 1.2 billion in 2014 - Report

A month ago GfK finds segment still growing but predicts slowdown in 2015 as some markets hit saturation

4 Analyst calls for Zynga to fire Mattrick

A month ago Industry-watcher criticizes exec for unfocused strategy, attempt to branch out into new genres

5 Apple promotes "Pay Once & Play" games

A month ago Dozens of games without in-app purchases receive prominent placement on App Store

King revenues up 20% for full year

A month ago Candy Crush maker reports full-year growth, acquires Battle Nations studio Z2

Nexon year-end revenues up 25%

A month ago Free-to-play publisher finds sharp growth in Korea, consistent declines in Japan

1 Ubisoft holiday sales up 56%

A month ago Far Cry 4 ships 7 million as Assassin's Creed games combine for 10 million; Guillemot expects console installed base to double this year

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3 Borders between devs, players blurring - Raymond

A month ago Jade Raymond discusses her departure from Ubisoft, stagnation in fighting games, and her hopes for virtual and augmented reality

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3 "Everybody thinks they're a historian" - Alcorn

A month ago Creator of Pong reflects on the preservation of gaming history, the damaging effects of secrecy, and the problem of entrepreneurship

1 Minecraft dominates YouTube gaming views - Study

A month ago Mojang game accounts for three times as much traffic as next biggest game franchise

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13 Are review scores pointless?

Opinion A month ago Eurogamer is the latest to abandon the "out of 10" ratings system, but what do developers think of the idea?

Bethesda to have E3 media briefing

A month ago Fallout and Elder Scrolls publisher planning its first-ever press conference for Los Angeles convention

1 BioWare cancels Shadow Realms

A month ago Austin studio pulls plug on four-against-one online PC game, will focus on Star Wars: The Old Republic instead

Zelda TV series in the works at Netflix - Report

A month ago Streaming service prepping a live-action adaptation of Nintendo's fantasy franchise

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1 DICE rolls with the changing industry

A month ago AIAS head Martin Rae on dealing with conference saturation, DICE Europe leaving London, and possibility of further spin-off events

2 Raptr warns users of security breach

A month ago Personal info and hashed passwords accessed in hack; CEO calls risk "pretty minimal"