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Take-Two laying off 5% of staff

Take-Two Interactive is embarking on another cost cutting program, and this one will see the company layoff about 5% of its employees by the end of the year."As part of these efforts, the company is rationalizing its pipeline and eliminating several projects in development and streamlining its organizational structure, which will eliminate headcount...

Wed Apr 17, 2024 02:43
Evercade unveils Evercade EXP-R and Evercade VS-R units

Sign up for the GI Daily here to get the biggest news straight to your inboxEvercade has announced the Evercade EXP-R and Evercade VS-R will be available in July 2024.The EXP-R handheld will set back users £99.99, $99.99, and €119.99 and will feature one cartridge collection bundled with a USB-C charge cable. Read more

Tue Apr 16, 2024 19:17
How 10 Chambers is using Lurkit as a force for creator engagement

The community team at 10 Chambers, behind the game GTFO, is using creators at the center of their marketing strategy. To reveal their upcoming title at The Game Awards, the team leaned on Lurkit to execute a marketing stunt that had never been seen before. This wasn't their first time working with Lurkit. After the success of GTFO, Lurkit was 10 Chambers'...

Tue Apr 16, 2024 18:36
Why it's become harder to raise investments in mobile game development in 2024

Sign up for the GI Daily here to get the biggest news straight to your inboxDuring the pandemic, the margins in the mobile games market continued to grow, surpassing expectations. Even after the initial surge, the market remained attractive despite a slight decline in growth, enabling high margins or significant returns when selling a share.However,...

Tue Apr 16, 2024 17:33
Apple shelves GBA emulator from App Store

Sign up for the GI Daily here to get the biggest news straight to your inboxApple has removed Game Boy Advance emulator app iBGA from the App Store.As reported by MacRumors, the application's removal was due to violating spam and copyright guidelines, not piracy concerns. Read more

Tue Apr 16, 2024 17:05

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