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nWay’s action-RPG ChronoBlade comes to mobile in grand fashion

Published: May 15. 2015

San Francisco-based mobile developer nWay has some legitimate gaming cred. Founded by a handful of industry vets—including one of the key creative’s behind Grand Theft Auto, Dave Jones, as well as one of brains behind Diablo, Stieg Hedlund—the company has been heads-down for the past three years bringing its free-to-play, online multiplayer opus ChronoBlade to life on m...

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As the Crow Flies

ArtCraft’s Crowfall attempts to reinvent the modern MMO—with a little help from Unity

J. Todd Coleman spent the last several years building the biggest MMOs that you may not be familiar with: Wizard101 and Pirate101. Prior to that, he directed Shadowbane, one of the earliest PvP-foc... Read interview

The Primary Objective

The Story of Nival

Watch the story of Nival and learn about their work on the award-winning MOBA Prime World. Watch the video

Urban Renewal

Colossal Order's Cities: Skylines brings excellence back to the city building genre.

We try to provide a blank canvas for the players to start building their own cities,” says Colossal Order’s CEO Mariina Hallikainen. This is not her first time at the rodeo: Colossal Order was foun... Read interview

The Rise of the Underdog

The story of N-Fusion Interactive

Watch the full story of N-Fusion Interactive and their work on Air Mail, Deus Ex: The Fall and Space Noir. Watch the video

Gang NomNom Style

Boneloaf’s Gang Beasts is fun

The spectacularly named UK game development studio Boneloaf was formed in 2011 by three brothers: James, Jonathan and Michael Brown. The company was formed as part of the DigitalCity Fellowship in ... Read interview

Roll Your Own

Defiant Development’s card battle-meets-action RPG brings its cards to life on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PC, Mac and Linux

“We have an avid bunch of board gamers here at the office, and we especially like card games,” says Defiant developer Liam Hill. “Lots of them are played during our lunch breaks.” The studio’s upco... Read interview

Eternal Flame

Obsidian Entertainment embraces legacy with its forthcoming fantasy RPG, Pillars of Eternity

Pillars of Eternity represents one of Kickstarter’s most impressive success stories to date, eventually accumulating some $4 million when it ran in October of 2012. And with good reason: The game i... Read interview

A Numbers Game

Bossa Studios makes learning fun with Twelve a Dozen, and helps change the face of “edutainment” software in the process.

“We approached Twelve a Dozen from the point of view of teaching math in a very intuitive, relatable way,” says Bossa Studios producer Herb Liu. “We thought, ‘If math is really important in the rea... Read interview

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