As layoffs batter the industry, FromSoftware boss Hidetaka Miyazaki says "Now is the time to grow"

FromSoftware president Hidetaka Miyazaki says, "I do see this as a time for us to continue to grow and continue to cultivate this talent and continue to release these games for as long as we can."

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thorstein60d ago

Interesting what happens when you treat employees like humans. You get incredible games and revenue.

It's a formula for success.

Jon6158660d ago (Edited 60d ago )

True that. Happy workers are more productive workers at least in my experience. I wish American developers would get eith the program.

Kiryu199260d ago

So easy to understand yet this isn’t followed by most corporations who treat their employees like numbers

RhinoGamer8859d ago

My hope, not verified, is From pays their ultra-hard working staff properly...


‘It’s been really painful’: Ex-Lionhead devs explain why they’ve announced, and shelved, a new game

An independent UK developer says it’s been forced to announce and postpone its game on the same day, and lay off more than half of its staff, due to the sharp downturn in investment in the games industry.

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Former WipEout Devs at Starlight Games Announce Futuristic Sports Title, House of Golf 2 and More

A new studio based in Liverpool called Starlight Games is developing a futuristic sports title and is headed by the co-creator of WipEout.


Chatting Shadows of the Damned: Hella Remastered with Suda51

CGM Writes: While we were over at PAX East, we were able to sit down with Goichi Suda (Suda51) and talk about the upcoming remaster of Shadows of the Damned

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