New workflow features, new platform support and future game lighting technology on display at GDC 2013.
MAXON and Adobe announce strategic alliance to bring creative professionals new levels of digital media content creation.
Electronic Arts announces change in executive leadership; Larry Probst appointed Executive Chairman.
The launch of the new Disney “Infinity” gaming platform is delayed until August 18 in order to capitalize on the critical fall retail season.
Autodesk announces its GDC 2013 lineup, with plans to showcase a wide range of desktop software and mobile apps that help optimize game development pipelines.
Computer graphics and visual effects software developer Luxology announces the forthcoming release of MODO 701.
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Professional game texturing tools compatible with new console; will reduce file sizes, increase productivity and enable faster data streaming on game development projects.
The massive technological leap in Sony Computer Entertainment’s recently announced computer entertainment system will enable developers to create smarter characters and games with xaitment’s AI tools.
Geomerics to bring next-generation lighting to Sony Computer Entertainment’s PlayStation 4; Enlighten to drive visual quality on PlayStation 4 with real-time global illumination.
The Finnish mobile developer behind gaming hit “Angry Birds,” teams up with DreamWorks Animation on a new mobile game based on the upcoming 3D animated feature, “The Croods.”
Brett Ratner joins with Six Eleven Media to produce a TV version of the successful online game “FarmVille.”
Aardman Animations’ “Shaun the Sheep” makes his highly anticipated return to the UK small screen this month with 20 brand-new episodes and five new digital games.
The newly-launched “Nick App” features over 1,000 pieces of Nick content, including original short-form video, games and full-length episodes, allowing kids to watch and play Nick in a whole new way.
Artist-led East Side Games launches a new version of Dragon UP, the mobile game that's all about hatching and raising dragons in a variety of flavors, and sending them on quests to find gold and treasure.
Gameloft and Universal announce the release of a “Despicable Me” game for iOS and Android platforms.
Frima Studio and Moonscoop announce a partnership to produce a show based on the mobile game “Squids.”
Nickelodeon and Activision sign a multi-year deal to develop new “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” video games.