Apple adds odds to loot box purchases
No more gambling blind.
Fans raise conflict of interest concerns.
Promises more to come from ol' baldy.
Audiosurf, the music-riding indie brilliance from Dylan Fitterer, has just had a major update which adds mod support and FM scrobblers.
The PC versions of Mass Effect and Spore will feature some pretty invasive copy protection - find the details here.
A number of respected publishers and developers have pulled out of E3 this year, making it look like the show floor may be a bit emptier than usual.
In a recent article, Variety's Ben Fritz has called out games journalists who offer exclusive reviews as 'ethically troubled'.
EA has announced that the free demo of Spore, and the fully featured creature creator, will be made available early this June.
The EU has handed the games industry an ultimatum - take steps to protect children from violent media, or laws will be made to make you.
With so many great games now exclusive to Windows, are Mac and Linux users getting left out in the cold? Not if Codeweavers and its new program Crossover Games has anything to say about it. But does it really bridge the gap, or is dual-booting still the way to go?
Introversion's Mark Morris is at the microphone again, sounding off about how to start up your own development studio. Last time he covered the basics of forming an idea and developing it.
The island of Singapore has formally introduced a new rating system for games that seems remarkably sensible compared to Western equivalents.
1Up's Simon Cox has spoken out on the decline of games magazines, commenting that the medium as a whole may face extinction.
In an interview about black people in the games industry, Morgan Gray of Crystal Dynamics has accused Gears of War of using racist stereotypes.
In a piece written for Entertainment Weekly, Stephen King has come to the defence of video games, slamming American politicians.
The Penny Arcade team has announced it will soon be launching Greenhouse, an online distribution platform for indie games.