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Three of EA’s Facebook titles are facing the chop.
The Hobbit: Armies of the Third Age is now available to play for free in browsers.
The bedrock of any video game or console launch is its marketing.
Jeroen Bouwman, Head of Content Acquisition & Michael Louw, Senior Games Producer at Spil Games discuss the opportunity for edu-games and more.
Jeroen Bouwman, Head of Content Acquisition & Michael Louw, Senior Games Producer at Spil Games reveal the opportunities in casual games in 2013.
The first project of Bungie’s post-Halo identity looks set for a reveal as early as this Sunday (February 17th).
Facebook is set to redefine gaming on its social network with a string of new ‘core player-focused' titles, the head of game partnerships at the company has claimed.
FarmVille 2’s hefty stint as Facebook’s No.1 game has come to an end.
Financial services corporation Morgan Stanley has agreed to pay a $5m fine to settle charges that it improperly handled crucial information regarding Facebook’s earnings ahead of the social network company’s ...
Beleaguered publisher Zynga has suffered a fresh blow following news that Facebook is to cool the once special relationship enjoyed by the pair.
Zynga will no longer be tied so closely to Facebook as a new deal between the two will level the playing field between the FarmVille firm and its competitors.
Microsoft has removed the dedicated Facebook and Twitter apps from the Xbox 360 marketplace.
Facebook has amassed more than one billion monthly users.
Facebook has intentions to shake its 'casual games only' label, as the company looks to court core audiences over the next year.
Zynga has taken a hit in regards to the publisher’s community numbers thanks to Facebook implementing measures to remove fraudulent ‘Likes’ from its pages.
EA has admitted that it is to distance itself from TV and print advertising in favour of a social networking focused marketing strategy.
Zynga has quickly fired back after EA filed legal action against it for copying one of its games.
Disputes over game copying in the social space has gone to a new level. EA is suing Zynga.
Despite reporting better than expected quarterly earnings, Facebook took a beating on the stock market yesterday.
It was good while it lasted.
One of the leading social and smartphone games publishers has signed up to sponsor Novembers’ London Games Conference 2012.
The age of buying apps within an app is upon us.
A war has erupted in the mobile games space, with two Japanese giants hoping to buy their way into the hearts of Western gamers.
Blackberry manufacturer RIM is said to be considering selling off its handset business and becoming a messaging service specialist.