Findings from the Developer Satisfaction Survey (DSS) conducted by the International Game Developers Association (IGDA) suggest that while most game developers regard diversity as important, a striking percentage feel their company had no diversity-related policies or weren’t aware of any such policies in place. The survey is based upon 963 valid responses.
Month: January 2018
Remember Black? That FPS from the PS2/Xbox era of gaming that seemingly everyone has been requesting a remaster for? The title has officially launched on EA’s subscription service, EA Access – this means that if you own an Xbox One, you’ll be able to take a trip down memory lane from now.
Security researchers have spotted a new malware campaign in the wild that spreads an advanced botnet malware by leveraging at least three recently disclosed vulnerabilities in Microsoft Office.
Hungry for games, but don’t have the money to buy them all? Welcome to the club. It’s not easy facing the screen with the likes of Horizon Zero Dawn, Super Mario Odyssey or NieR:Automata staring back at you, unpurchased, without feeling a twinge of sadness. But it’s not all doom and gloom—if you know where to look, that is.
Crema Games’ Egyptian-themed shooter, Immortal Redneck, will make Xbox One and PlayStation 4 its home from February 27. The Nintendo Switch launch is expected to follow sometime during Q1 this year.
The modern/near future free-to-play first-person shooter Ironsight is set to enter February 1 for Western players.