From grassroots to giant robots - who ended the year at the top of their game?
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Matt Martin joined GamesIndustry in 2006 and was made editor of the site in 2008. With over ten years experience in journalism, he has written for multiple trade, consumer, contract and business-to-business publications in the games, retail and technology sectors.
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Company to close Hamburg office early next year
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Developer creating episodic games in collaboration with HBO
Microsoft reveals 32 teams signed up for independent publishing programme on new console
Call of Duty: Ghosts discount doubled over two years, top 20 sellers were all current generation
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Watch the UK PS4 launch live from Covent Garden
Day one FIFA 14 bundle powers EA game to top of the charts
Deal reportedly worth $360 million
Hirai makes the case for keeping the business intact; but Lynton adds "no cost is too sacred to cut"
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Poll of over 2,450 hardcore gamers puts games ahead of price; media functionality the least important factor
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VR headset needs to iterate yearly - consoles specs aren't flexible enough, says Palmer
FFXIV has focused the whole company during period of overhaul, says CEO
What can be done with the system out of the box? "Nothing. You need the day one update."
Next week's event to feature GAME, Twitter, Facebook, Google, Sony and more
"This new generation of kids is very different. They are going to disrupt a lot of our landscape"
Activision expects Ghosts to be most successful next-gen launch "by a wide margin"