Corrupting journalists. Misrepresenting women. Misleading gamers... even a bizarre accusation of racism. Ubisoft has been criticised quite a bit lately.
21 per cent of popular video game YouTubers have admitted to being paid by developers to cover their titles.
Publishing label Sold Out has told indies they shouldn’t ignore the opportunities that remain available in the traditional boxed market.
Team17 was nearly forced to surrender its famous Worms IP in the late 1990s after signing a deal with a publisher, the studio’s MD has revealed.
Mind Candy CEO Michael Acton Smith is stepping aside to pave the way for a new leader so he can return to something more akin to his original role.
Ubisoft’s Watch Dogs has ended a run of three weeks at No.2 to claim a fourth No.1 in the UKIE Gfk Chart-Track All Formats Top 40.
A French gamer called Olivier ‘Luffy’ Hay has won the coveted Street Fighter IV prize at the 2014 Evolution Championship.
Bandai Namco has officially announced new fighting title Tekken 7.
The situation at Crytek’s UK studio appears to be worsening.
Xbox One's latest update adds the ability to download a title's demo and subsequently unlock the full version of the game from the same file.
Apps that have no visibility at all – or “zombie apps” – make up 80 per cent of Apple's App Store library, new research from Adjust shows.
Divinity: Original Sin maintained its top spot again on this Steam's weekly top ten sellers chart, while DayZ is on the climb again.
Disney's hit movie Frozen is to be emblazoned onto the side of Sony's PS4.
PC gaming hardware is now worth over $21.5 billion (£12.6bn) globally – over double the value of the console gaming market.
The US government is taking Amazon to court over its refusal to abide by FTC suggestions regarding in-app payment policy.
PS4 has been a smash hit in the West but has struggled to take off in Japan since its arrival in the region in February.
The London Games Conference returns on Wednesday November 19th - with a clutch of high profile brands already involved.
Apple’s CEO Tim Cook has been hounded on Twitter after a consumer complained about the firm’s ‘sexist’ engraving rules.
The UK marketing boss of Xbox has said that one of Microsoft's challenges is to overcome the disparity between the perceptions and realities of differing framerates and resolutions.
You can play Elite: Dangerous RIGHT NOW. Providing you're willing to pay £100.
The closure of a studio is never something to celebrate, but at least the Neversoft team went out in a (quite literal) blaze of glory.