Update with statement from IGN's co-founder and CCO.
Nintendo is making great money this quarter on the Nintendo Switch.
Nintendo's current home console has entered the twilight of its life.
The strongest contributors to Ubisoft's financial success weren't released this year.
Take-Two continues to make strong profits of the back of NBA and GTA.
Amazon acquires Twitch, Twitch acquires Curse. Thus is the circle of business.
Publisher Nordic Games has now become THQ Nordic.
Sony's gaming division is doing alright.
The lack of major releases during the quarter hurt Nintendo's bottom line.
The man behind Sony's strong indie program goes indie himself.
Nintendo's still in the black this year, with sales and profits down.
The Xbox One is still struggling for Microsoft, regardless of how the company tries to spin the numbers.
GameStop's CEO talks about the effect Pokemon Go can have on businesses.
Chinese gaming company Tencent buys a 5 percent share of Paradox.
Disney has decided that it has better things to do than make games.
EA's 2016 schedule gets thinner as many of its biggest titles move to next year.
Capcom's flagship fighter is suffering a bit, but the publisher hopes to rally in the second half of the year.
New Nintendo president Tatsumi Kimishima says the company won't repeat the Wii U's launch situation.
Sony's game-based revenue is doing great for the company.
Nintendo is looking to sell its stake in the Seattle Mariners.
The Naruto fighting game dev wants to bring "Japanese-style" creativity to Western voices.
After drifting for so long, SNK returns to gaming.
Tatsuya Minami is no longer leading the studio, according to reports.
Mid-level independent studios like Ready at Dawn and Frozenbyte sign with GameStop's new publishing arm.
The chip maker is looking forward to improved business in the second half of 2016.
More mobile games and more licensing is the focus of Capcom's reorganized Mobile Business Division.
Ubisoft says The Division has broken launch records, but the company lack real numbers to back up the PR.
Ubisoft is looking for Canadian investors to remain independent.
Mobius: Final Fantasy and Final Fantasy Brave Exvius push Square Enix' profits up.
Nintendo's non-violent shooter found its way into the homes of one-third of all Wii U owners.