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Publisher EA has yet again been awarded top marks for its corporate equality culture.
Gamevil has acquired South Korean mobile studio Waplesoft.
The creator of Broken Sword and CEO of Revolution has warned that crowdfunding platform Kickstarter will suffer 'catastrophic' game funding failures within the next year.
US retailer has responded to the increased demand for 3DS title Cubic Ninja by ramping up the game’s price.
The increasing influence of game critic Anita Sarkeesian has been demonstrated yet again with a striking cover on Bloomberg Businessweek.
The cult of Pokemon continues with news of a strong launch for the brand’s newest pair of games.
Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire were the best-selling games in Japan this week, according to data provided by Famitsu.
Bandai Namco’s Dark Souls will ditch Games for Windows Live a little later than initially planned.
The next game from Revolution 60 director Brianna Wu hopes to establish a new way to deliver interactive novels.
Tony Bourne, a long-term member of the UK games industry, has passed away.
Leading UK retailer GAME is taking the unusual step of opening over 300 of its stores at midnight on the night of Thursday November 27th for Black Friday.
The BFI has said that 14 games have started down the road toward UK tax relief.
The co-founder of Games Workshop and the Government's Creative Industries Champion has said that the games industry is experiencing its second golden age.
The Advertising Standards Authority has warned YouTubers that they need to make it clear when they are paid to promote products.
Microsoft has announced the release of the Star Wars Classic Skin Pack for the Xbox 360 and Xbox One editions of Minecraft.
Evolve will offer all of its DLC maps for free and its premium DLC won't directly exclude players who have only purchased the base game, developer Turtle Rock Studios has ...
Sony Computer Entertainment America has settled with the FTC over false and misleading advertisement charges involving PS Vita's launch campaign.
If you’ve read any of our Take-Two interviews in recent years, you’ll have read the same story: Take-Two is no-longer the Grand Theft Auto company.
Carl Ledbetter is a games industry master of disguise.
PlayStation is being engineered as the saviour of Sony’s struggling technology business.
Crowdfunding giant Kickstarter has suspended a project for an accessory that took blood from its users.
Multiple leading developers will be donating all money generated by microtransactions to charity for the next two weeks.
NIS America is easily one of the biggest names in niche gaming.
The Wii U version of Super Smash Bros has got off to an excellent start in the US.
More details about Bandai Namco’s Dark Souls II: Scholar of the First Sin make poor reading for PC owners.