Quebec-based studio Nine Dots was one of the many developers who walked away with an award during the inaugural Canadian Game Awards. Back in September,
Vancouver’s Piranha Games first began making games in 2000, when Russ Bullock and Bryan Ekman began working on the development of Die Hard: Nakatomi Plaza.
Brace Yourself Games, an indie developer in Vancouver, saw quite the response during the first annual Canadian Game Awards. The studio walked away with four