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Brendan Sinclair, Senior Editor
Brendan joined GamesIndustry International in 2012. Based in Toronto, Ontario, he was previously senior news editor at CBS-owned GameSpot in the US.
Recent articles by Brendan Sinclair
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Sony port of Studio Wildcard's debut was best-selling game on PSN for December and January
Wilhelm Österberg and devs from shuttered Wooga midcore team form new Berlin studio
Xbox maker abandons traditional Monday morning time slot to kick off its E3 week on June 11 at 2 p.m.
Company drops streaming service for Bravia and Samsung TVs, Blu-ray players, and more, will focus on PS4 and PC support
US industry trade group promises vigilance against "misguided efforts that dim our frontiers"
Trade group's economic impact report says gaming supports more than 220,000 jobs, average compensation tops $97,000 a year
Newzoo projects total eSports market to reach $1.5 billion by 2020, with brand sponsorship and advertising leading the way
Double Fine games being adapted by Adventure Time production company Frederator Studios; show to premiere in 2018
Game developer and comic publisher makes characters like Judge Dredd available for other studios to base games on
Tournament winner loses $3,000 for posting offensive tweets despite warnings from publisher
Disappointing year prompts layoffs at studios including Infinity Ward and Beenox
Steam Direct will have devs pay an application fee for each game "to decrease the noise in the submission pipeline"
Erik Johnson and Gabe Newell explain how Trump's immigration policies could prompt The International to be moved out of the country
Survival horror game on its way toward meeting initial sales goal of 4 million by end of March
Overwatch division's growth leads Activision Blizzard to record year as disappointing Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare prompts return to traditional combat for series; no new Skylanders game in 2017
Bookings are up and social gaming company touts progress in the turnaround, but net losses for the year still top $108 million
Legacy of Zeus developers let go as company narrows list of key assets left to sell
Pro hoops franchises to run their own eSports teams as licensing partners announce first competitive gaming outfit operated by a US pro sports league
Ubisoft says Steep slightly overperformed, downgrades sales outlook as South Park gets delayed out of the fiscal year
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment label picks up Golf Clash studio to work on Lego mobile games
Publisher blames decline on tough comparison against 2015 hits Mortal Kombat X and Batman: Arkham Knight
[UPDATE] Both retailers have now dismissed reports of allocation shortages, asking customers with issues to contact them
Mafia III, Civilization VI, NBA 2K17, GTA V continue selling as publisher's first VR efforts justify CEO Zelnick's previous skepticism