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  • Blog Post: Konami Officially Closes Its Kojima Productions Los Angeles Studio

    Following speculation and rumor, Konami has confirmed the closure of the Los Angeles arm of Kojima Productions. In a statement to Polygon , Konami confirmed the closure writing the following: Konami has made the decision to close its Los Angeles Studio, effective immediately, due to the product development... More
  • Blog Post: Los Angeles Is A Real Wasteland

    Players from 181 countries have put nearly 50 years worth of time into Wasteland's beta. The final game won't take players quite that long, but could clock in around 50 hours. Here's an early look at Los Angeles, the setting for the second half of the game. InXile's Kickstarter-funded... More
  • Blog Post: Kojima Productions Building New Studio Based In LA

    At the end of a panel about Metal Gear’s Fox engine, Kojima Productions announced that it would be opening up a new studio located in L.A. Kojima Production Japanese Studio was initially formed back in 2005 in order to relieve Kojima of the business management aspects of game design. Konami must... More
  • Blog Post: Square Enix's L.A. Office Hit With Layoffs

    It seems like hardly a week goes by without the announcement of layoffs in the game industry. Square Enix is the latest company to be hit by the downsizing bug. Joystiq Massively is reporting that that Square Enix has released staff at its Los Angeles offices, mostly from its online operations, including... More
  • Blog Post: E3 Stays In LA

    The ESA (Entertainment Software Association) has announced that the E3 industry convention will continue to be held at the LA Convention Center through 2015. The area around the Convention Center is undergoing construction to accomodate AEG's Farmers Field sports and events facility where the current... More
  • Blog Post: E3 Drew Huge Crowds, Considering Moving From L.A.

    The world's biggest video game convention experienced healthy attendance this year, drawing over 47,000 people to downtown Los Angeles. However, there is a possibility that the conference might consider a change of location in future years. The L.A. Convention Center (which is located next to the... More
  • Blog Post: So-Called Cypress Hill "Backup Singer" Sues Rockstar

    In frivolous lawsuit news, a man named Michael "Shagg" Washington is suing Rockstar Games, claiming he is the real-life Carl "CJ" Johnson, the protagonist of the company's blockbuster Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas. In suit, filed Monday in a Los Angeles court, Washington claims... More
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