The UK office of Ghost Games has been hit with layoffs and an unannounced Need for Speed game has been placed on hold.
Microsoft is offering store credit towards an Xbox One in exchange for Playstation 3s.
Nintendo is bringing titles from the DS library to the Wii U's Virtual Console.
Sony could be working on backwards compatibility for the Playstation 4 according to sources close to the matter.
KerbalEdu is a mod that will make space engineering sim Kerbal Space Program more classroom friendly.
An $11m award made in court to the programmer of the original Madden game has been thrown out by a district judge.
Modifying a console to get around its protection system can be lawful according to an EU court.
Alpha players of The Castle Doctrine have a chance to win real world money and weapons in a promotion celebrating the game's official launch.
Candy Crush Saga peddler King.com has taken legal action against The Banner Saga for use of the word Saga.
Machinima has offered its partners extra money on videos featuring positive content about the Xbox One and its games.
Disney Infinity has sold 3 million starter packs since its August 2013 launch.
Valve is planning to drop community game voting system Greenlight.
Warcraft lead systems designer Greg 'Ghostcrawler' Street has left BLizzard for Riot Games.
Sim City is finally getting an offline mode which will not require players to connect to the internet.
Beyond: Two Souls sold 1 million copies in the three months running up to Christmas.
Wii Fit patents bought from a company that tried and failed to sue for infringement three years ago.
Infinity Ward is rolling out a series of changes to Call of Duty: Ghosts to enhance its eSports support.
Sony has announced Playstation Now, a game streaming service, during its CES keynote speech.
Nintendo has lost a patent lawsuit over the glasses-free 3D technology used in its 3DS.
Criterion Games co-founders Alex Ward and Fiona Sperry have left the studio to form their own company.
Several Activision games using Marvel characters have been pulled from digital storefronts.
A team of ten men accused of stealing and reselling Warcraft accounts has been sentenced in China.
Steam has launched its holiday sale, tempting gamers with deep discounts and snow globes.
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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