Alex Seropian's Industrial Toys is now a part of the Electronic Arts family.
PUBG Corp doesn't want to end up in a gambling situation like Counter-Strike: Global Offensive.
Electronic Arts has learned from the sticks and stones.
With 600,000 viewers, Twitch has a new king of the hill. All it took was a streamer to team up with an international superstar.
It's not completely gone, but the huge machine making annual releases is beginning to slow down.
Microsoft promotes the head of Minecraft to handle all Xbox games.
Obsidian Entertainment and The Outsiders fall under Take-Two's new label.
Spike Chunsoft wants to publish its own games in the United States.
Take your taste buds on a flavor odysse-- no, I can't do this.
Yeah, that would be roughly ahead of the Wii and Nintendo DS in the same period.
Ah, that bittersweet feeling.
Apparently, a year off is what the series needed.
Does the latest financial earnings report from Take-Two point towards an industry future?
EA CEO Andrew Wilson on what went into the closure of Visceral Games
Marc Merrill and Brandon Beck decide to go back to being developers.
He has laid down the law for the last time at Bioware.
Loot Boxes are currently the most debated topic in gaming, but we've had over a decade of in-game money grabbing.
For World Mental Health Day, Ninja Theory offers a bit of help.
Tsuyoshi Kodera is appointed in his place, while House remains through the year to ensure a smooth transition.
Fans are having trouble downloading the game ahead of launch.
Square Enix is looking into more Nier in our future.
Court finds that Riot Games did use footballer Edgar Davis' likeness for a character skin.
Grand Theft Auto Online is still making tons of money for Rockstar and Take-Two.
Dragon Quest XI is selling well, but it's hard to tell how well.
Capcom is still lost, but the Nintendo Switch and Monster Hunter may provide a light in the darkness.
Another publisher enters the fray, bringing great indie games to all.
Another team joins the Paradox family.
Sega wants to be one of the major publishers again.
This is your last chance to pick up Alan Wake on Steam, because it'll be gone soon.
The performance of Mass Effect Andromeda sees EA move personnel to another studio.
Will Deep Down finally come out of the shadows?
The PlayStation 4 is hovering around 60 million shipped in total, putting the system on pace with the PS2.
The publisher had three games in the quarter, but none hit estimates.
The numbers point to a strong year for Nintendo and great start for the Switch.
A few developers left both companies with the fiscal year coming to a close.
Nintendo offers benchmarks, but no real numbers.
The South American country doesn't take kindly to alt-history games.
Blizzard wants Overwatch's competitive scene on Xbox One and PlayStation 4 to be fair, but fixing the issue may shut out gamers with disabilities.
Pokemon continues to be the sun and moon for Nintendo's world.
Avalanche Studios gets a new lease on life thanks for Warner Bros.
Digital Bros has acquired the studio behind the fan-favorite car simulation.
Sony decides that the nearly 20 year old studio needs to be shuttered.
Frontier Development is making sure it gets paid for RollerCoaster Tycoon 3.
After months without payment, many Crytek employees are shown the door.
The Polish government is propping up local game development and CDPR is getting in on that action.
Blizzard's MOBA-like heads in a new direction as Dustin Browder leaves the project.
Sony says sales of the PlayStation VR are "on track" as well.
Hidetaka Suehiro has bid Access Games a fond farewell.
The company formerly known as Nordic Games is buying more IPs.
We don't know the exact release date of the Switch, but Nintendo's sales estimates are conservative.
There's no official confirmation from the studio yet, but all signs point to United Front Games being gone.
The company is making more games, making them faster, and expanding in new genres in an attempt to take the crown.
Palmer Luckey has been funding Nimble America and now everyone knows about it. What happens now?
Developer files a lawsuit against Steam users, Valve removes developer's games from Steam.
Two men are now on trial for promoting gambling in relation to video games.
Disney Interactive cuts a number of jobs at its Washington state studio.
Around 50 employees have been let go from Sony San Diego.
EA reshuffles its corporate chart with the new EA Worldwide Studios.
Games like Earthworm Jim, Descent, and MDK are available to buyers as Interplay clears its catalog.
The Guillemot family is hoping that the purchase of more share will prevent Ubisoft from falling like Gameloft.
Nintendo's legal team sends a ton of takedown notices to GameJolt.
Nintendo of America fires a Treehouse employee after a lengthy campaign against her.
In games, we celebrate the underdog triumphing by whatever means necessary. In real life, it's not always the same.
Is The Witcher III too white? What about our fantasy RPG and adventure games in general?
Blizzard makes a change and some have angry words because of it.