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August 18, 2010

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From Dust, GamesCom Tech Demo

We’ve posted quite a bit about Eric Chani’s Project Dust here at IncGamers, including doing a Q&A with the man himself during E3. Today, Ubisoft has revealed that Project Dust (always a working title) is…

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CBI Outlines Assessment Of Creative Industries

The UK’s top business lobbying organisation, CBI has released a report outlining the importance of protecting the UK’s creative industries, especially during the recession. The CBI report believes the UK’s creative sector could potentially play…

July 14, 2010

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Scottish Games Industry Gets £2.0 Million Investment

Culture Minister Ed Vaizey has used the Develop Conference in Brighton to launch a multi-million pound investment scheme in association with Dundee’s Abertay University. An initial £2.0 million GBP will be used to support game…

June 23, 2010

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Bleszinski: Industry “Scared” By Used Game Sales

In an E3 interview with Joystiq, Epic Games’ CliffyB has voiced the opinion that the games industry is “scared” by used game sales. Speaking about the methods used by publishers seeking to maximise revenue from…

June 15, 2010

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Project Dust: E3 Trailer

E3 Teaser trailer for the mysterious Project Dust from Ubisoft. Find out more in our previous coverage: 

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Another World Creator Collaborating On Project Dust

Those who watched Ubisoft’s E3 event may be forgiven for thinking it was all about Joel McHale looking uncomfortable and going off-script, bizarre attempts to bring back laser tag in 2010, calming stress-relief breathing exercises…

June 8, 2010

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UK Games Industry Tax Breaks “Political Suicide”

Unnamed political insiders (no doubt cloaked in shadows and intrigue) have reportedly told that any current moves towards tax breaks for the UK games industry would be “political suicide.” The case for games industry…

May 14, 2010

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US Games Industry Sales Down 26% In April

Market research group NPD has released figures which show US hardware and software sales tumbling 26% in April. Software sales fell 22% to $398.5 million USD, while hardware fared even worse dipping 37% to $249.3…