Free Radical Design
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Recent articles about Free Radical Design
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Free Radical Design boss Dave Doak has told GamesIndustry.biz that he's dubious of any benefits that tax credit schemes would have for UK development, following the decision by the EU to give 20 per cent of development costs back to French studios.
GameCity is offering attendees the chance to play an exclusive demo of Ubisoft and Free Radical Design's hotly anticipated PlayStation 3 shooter Haze this week.
A lack of Government concessions to the games industry is driving up development costs and seeing big contracts and local talent disappear abroad, David Doak tells GamesIndustry.biz.
Leading development studios based in the Midlands have already begun recruiting staff from defunct outfit CiRCLE Studios, GamesIndustry.biz can reveal.
Free Radical Design's David Doak has told GamesIndustry.biz that if the developer didn't own it's own intellectual property, it would have gone out of business.
Free Radical Design, responsible for the acclaimed TimeSplitters game series, has entered into a publishing agreement with Ubisoft for its latest, as yet un-named next generation console and PC title.
Leading publisher Electronic Arts is set to publish the third instalment in the popular TimeSplitters franchise, after Nottingham-based Free Radical Design signed a global deal with the US giant.
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