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  • Blog Post: Payday Developer Starbreeze Announces Move Into Publishing With Raid: World War II

    Starbreeze, the developer behind the Payday franchise, has announced that it is opening a publishing business. The company has signed its first client, Croatian-based Lion Game Lion’s Raid: World War II. In an announcement, Starbreeze says it will be focused on becoming a “catalyst for developer’s... More
  • Blog Post: Free E-Reader Software Coming To 3DS In Japan

    A major Japanese printing company, recognizing the popularity of the 3DS, is bringing e-book software to the handheld gaming system. Dai Nippon Printing is planning on focusing the software and its related books towards children, the main owners of 3DSs. The software will be free to download, and the... More
  • Blog Post: Double Fine Now Has Sole Publishing Rights To Psychonauts

    Double Fine's Psychonauts is one of the most beloved cult titles of all times, and now the company is the sole owner of the publishing rights to the game. The new came through a tweet by Double Fine senior gameplay programmer Anna Kipnis , who said: "Omg Double Fine is now the sole publisher... More
  • Blog Post: Sony Sends Note To Publishing Partners Three Weeks After PSN Outage

    The PlayStation Network has been down for over three weeks now, preventing PlayStation 3 owners from logging onto the network and even accessing certain games entirely. Sony's taken a PR hit for taking so long to communicate to the public what exactly is going on. As it turns out, publishers haven't... More
  • Blog Post: Level-5 Could Self-Publish Future Layton Titles

    Japanese Developer Level-5 seems to have some big plans in the works. Not only did the studio just announce that they would be opening a new office in the US, but now it looks like the developer might break its publishing ties with Nintendo and release future Professor Layton games on it’s own... More
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