Kat Bailey explores how Jagex's upcoming "MOTA" Transformers Universe symbolizes the rise of one genre and the decline of another.
Following the UK Office of Fair Trading's regulation of free-to-play games, now the European Commission is stepping in.
How EA and Mythic's reimagining of Bullfrog's classic strategy series is just the tip of the iceberg.
After widespread negative feedback, both Forza 5 and Disney's Where's My Water 2 have toned down their uses of microtransactions.
Both GungHo and Tecmo Koei are restricting how much younger players can spend on their games -- and other devs are following suit.
The free-to-play Diablolike has surpassed expectations for its first month in non-beta release.
Eurogamer's Martin Robinson argues Microsoft's misappropriation of free-to-play mechanics is at the head of a broader problem.
The new Command and Conquer may be down, but it's still got some fight left in it yet, it seems.
Paradox Interactive's wizard-splattering PvP spinoff to Magicka is available to play right now.
...as a Korean free-to-play online platform RPG, currently up for voting on Steam Greenlight? What's going on?
Popcap's implementation of free-to-play mechanics in Plants vs. Zombies 2 may not be "that bad" compared to its rivals, but that doesn't mean we should defend it, says Pete.
Eurogamer's Simon Parkin explores how Wargaming.net is taking the F2P war to the console front.
An intriguing Japanese 3DS eShop title reveals Nintendo experimenting with the free-to-play model.
Driftopia, the latest addition to Namco Bandai's growing free-to-play lineup, is an adaptation of Ridge Racer Unbounded. Pete investigates the current beta.
Eurogamer's Dan Whitehead checks out Red 5 Studios' upcoming free-to-play massively multiplayer online shooter.
The upcoming mobile reboot of Chris Sawyer's management classic will be a conventional paid-for title.