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1 Jul 2008
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Get more at getthedaily**** In the world of video games, industry giant Electronic Arts decided to not extend their bid for a sixth time to acquire “Grand Theft Auto” makers Take Two Interactive. When Take Two learned about the bigger company's decision, they offered to open up their books to EA. Most analysts believe that the companies need each other and any animosity caused by the negotiations will eventually be forgotten in hopes of closing-out a deal. The Princeton Review is getting low marks from the public after a recent fiasco. Due to a problem with its website code, The Princeton Review unintentionally shared personal data about thousands of students publicly for seven weeks. Because of the code flaw, any web-searcher could easily access thousands of files on the site. Hardest hit were 34-thousand students from Sarasota, Florida and 74-thousand students from Fairfax County, Virginia, as data about gender, learning disabilities, birthdates, ethnicities, and test scores were on public display. And there is more rotten news for Apple. The company's troubled MobileMe service is still causing so many problems that the company has announced they will offer users two more months of free service. MobileMe has only been available for a month and Apple had already given out a free month of the service because some MobileMe users had lost emails. The service has been so unreliable that Steve Jobs admitted in an email that MobileMe has not lived up to the company's high standards. Analysts believe that Apple overextended itself when releasing MobileMe the same day as putting out the new 3G iPhone, the iPhone 2.0 operating system, and the new App Store. And in web radio, popular streaming radio sites like Pandora could be in big trouble if royalty laws are not changed. Last year, a federal panel ordered web radio broadcasters to pay twice the fees they were already paying, per song, per listener. While traditional radio doesn't pay such a fee and satellite radio pays a much lower one, web radio sites will see most of their revenue eaten up by the fees, with 70-percent of revenues going towards the fees. This week, California Representative Howard L. Berman is trying to make a last minute deal between webcasters and SoundExchange, the company that reps recording companies and artists. However, both sides have not yet budged. If an agreement is not reached, Pandora and other similar sites might simply have to shut down.
23 Aug 2008
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For nearly three decades, Super Mario has been a beloved character and icon for Nintendo, the video game industry and pop culture in general. In 1980, Nintendo of America released its first game, Radar Scope, but the game failed to capture the public’s imagination, leaving Nintendo with 2,000 unsold game units. To compensate for the lost profits, NOA President and CEO, Hiroshi Yamuchi commissioned Shigeru Miyamoto to design a new game based on Miyamoto’s own ideas. The new game was Donkey Kong, starring “Jumpman”, but the main character didn’t keep that name for very long. NOA needed to prepare the game for American release including naming the characters for Western consumption. According to legend, company staff members were in the middle of a brainstorming session talking about what to call “Jumpman”. Suddenly, the landlord, Mario Segale, came into the warehouse offices demanding the overdue rent payment...
19 Nov 2008
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Ben Mattes, rising star of the video game industry and producer of Ubisofts next gen Prince of Persia, discusses the games innovative fight system, ambitious design concept, and, frankly, how freakin bad ass its gonna be! Creative Director & Executive Producer: Spencer Striker, Original Remix by the legendary Chris Bates. Produced by Adrienne Thiery, Motion Graphics by Leetal Halamish and Andrew Benninghoff, Camera Work by Gabe Goldstein and Darrin Giggy, VJ'd by the world famous FiestylilAsian, aka Jessica Frasher, and Edited by the award-winning Ben McGill. GameZombie proudly supports our friends at Joost and Team Foxy.
5 Dec 2008
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For nearly three decades, Super Mario has been a beloved character and icon for Nintendo, the video game industry and pop culture in general. In 1980, Nintendo of America released its first game, Radar Scope, but the game failed to capture the public’s imagination, leaving Nintendo with 2,000 unsold game units. To compensate for the lost profits, NOA President and CEO, Hiroshi Yamuchi commissioned Shigeru Miyamoto to design a new game based on Miyamoto’s own ideas. The new game was Donkey Kong, starring “Jumpman”, but the main character didn’t keep that name for very long. NOA needed to prepare the game for American release including naming the characters for Western consumption. According to legend, company staff members were in the middle of a brainstorming session talking about what to call “Jumpman”. Suddenly, the landlord, Mario Segale, came into the warehouse offices demanding the overdue rent payment. After he left the room, the staff had a new name for Jumpman. Yes, you guessed it, Mario!
9 Feb 2009
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For nearly three decades, Super Mario has been a beloved character and icon for Nintendo, the video game industry and pop culture in general. In 1980, Nintendo of America released its first game, Radar Scope, but the game failed to capture the public’s imagination, leaving Nintendo with 2,000 unsold game units. To compensate for the lost profits, NOA President and CEO, Hiroshi Yamuchi commissioned Shigeru Miyamoto to design a new game based on Miyamoto’s own ideas. The new game was Donkey Kong, starring “Jumpman”, but the main character didn’t keep that name for very long. NOA needed to prepare the game for American release including naming the characters for Western consumption. According to legend, company staff members were in the middle of a brainstorming session talking about what to call “Jumpman”. Suddenly, the landlord, Mario Segale, came into the warehouse offices demanding the overdue rent payment. After he left the room, the staff had a new name for Jumpman. Yes, you guessed it, Mario.
24 Jan 2009
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*******wii-video-games2009.blogspot**** The Wii game system has taken over the video game industry. Wii video games help you learn faster, keep in shape and have fun. Find the best Wii games here.
12 Dec 2009
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This is the coveted GameZombie Webbie Honoree Award Reel for 2009. This award is based on excellent use of the Internet, and acknowledges GameZombie's work to link video game fans with the leaders in the video game industry. This Webbie reel lists all the features that GameZombie.tv offers; including gaming news, interviews, and its original series including Button Mashers. This is the 2nd year in a row that GameZombie.tv has been a Webbie Honoree Award winner! Creative Director & Executive Producer: Spencer Striker, Music by Chris Bates, Sound Design by Alex Chod, Produced by Adrienne Thiery, Motion Graphics by Andrew Benninghoff and Leetal Halamish, Sr. Production Manager: Matthew Berghs. Spencer Striker: Creative Director & Executive Producer Andrew Benninghoff: Executive Creative Director Dmitrii Gabrielov: Director of Business Development Adrienne Thiery: Senior Producer Ben McGill: Lead Video Editor Alex Chod: Lead Video Editor/Lead Voice Talent Stanislav Sevostyanov: Lead Video Editor Scott Turner: Lead Video Editor Gabe Goldstein: Lead Video Editor Austin Reedy: Lead Video Editor Jackson Terhorst: Video Editor Danny Gruening: Video Editor J. Kyle Smith: Video Editor Tim Torkelson: Video Editor Scott Underwood : Video Editor Nathan France: Video Editor Jared Winans: Video Editor Melissa Brown: Video Editor Bryan White: Video Editor Akber Motiwala: Video Editor Lauren Kinser: Video Editor Chris Impicciche: Video Editor David Burkart: Video Editor Scott Gill: Video Editor Chris Gassion: Video Editor Yun Lu: Video Editor Austin Lord: Co-Lead Motion Graphics Joe Martinez: 3D Artist Torlando Hakes: 2D Artist Edward Whang: 3D Artist Elitsa 'Ellie' Mitova: Digital Artist Darrin Giggy: 3D Artist Chris Bates: Lead Sound Designer & Composer Zac Foutz: Lead Sound Editor Rob Lyon: Lead Sound Editor Jen Eisner: ButtonMashers Producer Patrick Boyle: ButtonMashers Technical Producer Troy Engelhardt: Jib Operator Andrew Verteramo: Teleprompter John Quick: Lead Writer Jordan Gershowitz: Writer Jessica Frasher: Game Analyst/VJ Chelsey Matrix: Gaming News Anchor Keetin Marchi: Gaming News Anchor Sam Sher: Production Manager/Gaming News Anchor David Klein: VJ/Video Editor Charles Pearce: Senior Production Manager Jordan Cox: Production Manager/Ultimate Challenge Producer Matthew Berghs: Sr. Production Manager John C Spotts: Production Manager Ryan 'Paggs'Padgham - Business Team Leader Justin Luntz: Business Development Jake Hoffberg: Forum Evangelist Adam Rochford: Public Relations Andrew Perlstein Business Development David Wild: Business Development Dhruv Bansal Business Development Jordan Bleckner: Community Manager Ryan Thornton: Public Relations Kyle Smeehuyzen: Public Relations David Demeulenaere: Webmaster Rory Starks: Lead Web Graphics Brandon Budzon: Senior Web Programmer Casey Addy Web Developer Jacob Farny Web Developer David Villatoro: Web Developer Jordan West Web Developer Patrick Phillips: Web Programmer Christopher Reinking: Web Programmer Anil Mohan: Web Developer Max Beatty: Webmaster Thom Gillespie: Associate Producer Ron Osgood: Associate Producer Jim Krause: Associate Producer Stephen R Parker: Studio Technician Mark Deuze: Associate Producer Betsi Grabe: Associate Producer Steven Krahnke: Associate Producer Andrew Bucksbarg: Associate Producer Norbert Herber: Associate Producer Frank West: Associate Producer Albert Santopietro: Legal Consultant Erika Knudson: Marketing Consultant Rebecca Salerno: Marketing Consultant Chaitanya Kaligotla (CK): Financial Consultant John Ramey: Entrepreneurship Advisor Nathan Mishler: Studio Cypher Ron Walker: Business Consultant Jeremy Sowders: Business Consultant Mark Need: Legal Consultant Dr. Donald Kuratko: Business Consultant Tim Kinder: Business Consultant Jeff Katz: LA Editor Nick Butera: Animator Matt Loman: Writer Delf Enriquez: Head Writer Workout Gaming Chabane Maidi: Video Editor/Game Analyst Jocelyn Wessler: Actress Marcela Poffald: Game Analyst Matt Seegers: Business/Marketing Matt Haselton: Game Analyst/Wr...
22 May 2009
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The video games industry was recognized as the fastest-growing entertainment medium and the UK was acknowledged as a centre of creative excellence today as the winners of the world’s most popular video game awards show, the 27th annual Golden Joystick Awards were announced in London. To view Multimedia News Reelase, go to *******multivu.prnewswire****/mnr/futurepublishing/40913/
3 Nov 2009
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3D Gaming Summit Interview with Intepret Video Game Industry Analyst Michael Cai
11 Jun 2010
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Join Scott Steinberg as he talks to the brightest minds in the video game industry of how the entire business has been reinvented, from social games and motion control to cloud computing and 3D gaming.
6 Aug 2010
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Jace heads out to hang out with Wilmer Valderrama at his complex of cars and arcades. Then we meet up with controversial video game industry personality, Mike Wilson on his tour bus full of furry mascots.
7 Oct 2010
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In lieu of the tsunami in Japan, the video game industry rallies together to share its love, passion, and deep appreciation for Japanese games, culture, and its people. (And Doug Perry and Scott Pierce take part.)
5 Apr 2011
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Looking to boost your knowledge and know-how in the video game industry? If so, consider taking classes in game design and game programming at DSKSIC Video Gaming College at Pune. Programming, design, and game testing all require hard work, a keen eye to details, and the ability to properly understand certain technical techniques. If you are serious about working in the video game industry sometime in the near future, you may want to prepare yourself by enrolling in specific study subjects so that you are able to excel in the industry. If you’re looking to get into Game Design, you have to decide which direction you’re looking to take. Do you want to focus on video game design, video consoles, hand-held devices, mobile game, or another type of designing? With this in mind, you’ll have a clearer idea of what classes and subjects you need to learn about, so that you can succeed in the video game industry.
13 Jul 2011
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In this episode, Scott Steinberg delves into some of the most pressing concerns around the video game industry - namely, what the future holds for the big console companies now that digital media has become so popular butterscotch****: *******bit.ly/ps11dj
2 Sep 2011
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Meet some of the Kwalee staff who are creating our exciting games! From our talented artists and coders, to our hard-working marketing team! Kwalee**** Follow us on Twitter kwaleeteam and Like us on Facebook****/kwaleeteam About: Kwalee is a startup company based in Leamington Spa, developing and publishing apps for mobile devices. Founded by David Darling CBE who has many decades of experience at the top level of the video game industry with contributions to very many #1 games on many platforms in his CV. Kwalee is different. We seek to excite and entertain our customers with innovative new products that provide special experiences. Our ethos is based around a set of core values that put the customer first and which harness the creative skills of our staff to the maximum in order to do so. Kwalee is still at its very beginning and so is very actively looking for those special people who want to join us in our exciting journey.
23 Feb 2012
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