Education News

Feature: Meet the Man Who's Helping Students Publish PS4, Vita Games

Meet the Man Who's Helping Students Publish PS4, Vita Games

"I want my students to be the next big indie developers"

With the emphasis on exclusives, marketing deals, and services, we rarely take the time to think about gaming at a grass roots level. Trailers and reviews command the majority of our traffic here at Push Square, so it's perhaps easy to overlook all of the effort that goes into schools and...

News: Sony Sponsors BAFTA Young Game Designers Competition

Sony Sponsors BAFTA Young Game Designers Competition

Winners take a trip to Studio London

As our recent feature on the development of Sheffield Hallam University title BounceBack evidenced, Sony is heavily involved in the academic aspect of game production. Reinforcing that, the platform holder took a front seat at the BAFTA Young Game Designers competition, which took place in London last night. The...

Feature: How a Group of University Students Created a Commercial PlayStation Game

How a Group of University Students Created a Commercial PlayStation Game

Purely academic

Steel Minions may sound like any other indie start-up on the surface – but the studio has a much more interesting tale to tell. Founded in 2010 by British university Sheffield Hallam, the outfit was conceived in order to provide game production students with hands-on experience within an operational development environment...