3D Realms is relaunching and celebrating with the release of a 32-game anthology from its back catalogue.
First person interactive fiction title The Stanley Parable has sold one million copies.
Former EA chief executive John Riccitiello has been appointed as chief executive of Unity Technologies.
Paranautical Activity has been pulled from Steam following its developer's outburst on Twitter which included a death threat to Gabe Newell.
Surgeon Simulator developer Bossa Studios has announced its newest title, I am Bread.
Trine and Trine 2 have shifted more than 7 million copies between them and Frozenbyte has released a level editor to celebrate.
Sony is launching an eSports league in Spain housed on the Playstation 4.
League of Legends is altering its refer-a-friend scheme to try and cut down on bots filling up its matches.
DriveClub's ongoing server issues may result in the developers giving early players of the game compensation.
Fable Legends is accepting applicants for its beta.
Unity Technologies is looking around for a potential buyer, according to rumours.
Oculus Rift support has been added to Alien: Isolation by fans of the game.
A team of former Bioshock developers has announced survival sim The Flame in the Flood and launched a Kickstarter project.
Star Wars: The Old Republic is set to receive an expansion, Shadow of Revan.
Tiny Death Star has been removed from app stored by Disney, without developer Nimblebit being warned.
Angry birds developer Rovio is restructuring and cutting up to 130 jobs in the process.
An indie developer has uncovered fake Youtubers requesting and reselling Steam codes for his game.
Hearthstone is set to receive a new expansion that will add more than 100 new cards to its portfolio.
Pokemon has made its way to the iPad with a port of its collectible card game.
Crowd-funded game TUG has been delayed due to an investment falling through and the team suffering layoffs.
The next entry in the Total War series has been announced, Total War: Atilla.
Guild Wars 2 is holding its first world championships with a prize pool of $50,000
Blizzard has officially cancelled its non-Warcraft MMO project, Titan.
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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