THQ Studio Australia

Wii want a Level Designer - THQ Studio Australia

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THQ Studio Australia, based in Brisbane, Australia, is a developer and publisher of interactive entertainment software. Founded in January 2003 as part of THQ Inc., THQ Studio Australia now employs more than 80 talented staff developing on all major console platforms, including Microsoft Xbox 360, Playstation 3 and Nintendo Wii.

Level Designer

Relic takes over Warhammer 40k: Space Marine

THQ have finally made it official. The publisher has just announced Warhammer 40k: Space Marine, however, it's not the positive news that we were all hoping for. The game turns out to be in development at Relic (a studio who has worked on other Warhammer titles), and it seems to have passed on from the hands of local studio, THQ Studio Australia.

Level Designer for THQ Studio Australia

THQ Studio Australia, based in sunny Brisbane, Australia, is a developer and publisher of interactive entertainment software. Founded in January 2003 as part of THQ Inc., THQ Studio Australia now employs more than 100 talented staff developing on all major console platforms, including Microsoft Xbox 360, Playstation 3 and Nintendo Wii.

Level Designer

Game Connect 08 - The Brass Tacks of Game Design

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The Brass Tacks of Game Design: Beyond the Big Idea

David Hewitt, Tantalus Media
Jared Pearson, Pandemic Studios
Luis Gigliotti, THQ Studio Australia

A panel discussion on the practicallities of game design, what actually happens in the studio during conception to completion of a project and the designer's role in all of this. The panel will also address the problems that occur with design during the production process. Up for discussion is the future responsibilities of game designers and their role in pushing the industry forward.

THQ reducing studios and staff, Australian studios seem fine

Following the closure of five internal studios, it looks like publisher THQ are further reducing 17% of staff and halting development on several unannounced titles. It's a move that's a result of the current economic situation that has caused "decreased consumer confidence, a cautious retail environment, and problematic exchange rates".