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Recent articles about Criterion Games
Two development studios will now operate as one working on the future of Need For Speed
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EA's Criterion, one of the UK's best places to work, on how it avoids crunching
UK studio says Rogue One demo "informed" Starfighter Assault mode, but sequel will not support virtual reality
"Our company is comprised wholly of ex-Criterion Games staff"
"Looking for talented staff skilled in at least three fields of creating electronic entertainment"
Alex Ward and Fiona Sperry make way for Matt Webster [UPDATE: Ward, Sperry teaming up on new company]
"It's completely our choice and by design. Small teams do way more these days"
Creative director's tweets suggest Burnout studio is moving away from the racing genre
Free event includes competition to build a game prototype
Matt Webster and Steve Cuss will talk Need for Speed: Most Wanted
The Burnout developer will be overseeing the franchise from now on
Adam Billyard is smart TV platform's new chief technical officer
Includes chance to win work experience at the Guildford studio
Battlefield maker helped to create game world, as EA increases inter-studio cooperation
Criterion, the developer of Burnout Paradise, has responded to criticism that the Xbox 360 version of the game requires a hard disk drive in order to play online
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