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Valve is readying a new customer report feature that allows users to flag offensive games or products that violate laws.
Unity Technologies has purchased mobile game service firm Applifier for an undisclosed price, the two companies announced in a joint statement today.
PopCap has suffered an unspecified number of layoffs, publisher EA has confirmed.
Industry charity GamesAid has named the acts that will be performing at the upcoming Stand Up for GamesAid comedy event.
Microsoft Game Studios boss Phil Spencer has said fanboys have an “unhealthy dislike” for rivals and should realise that all formats have their virtues.
Apple has shortened its return policy for the iPhone from 30 to just 14 days.
Last night’s video games BAFTAs were crowned with a rare public appearance from the media-shy Houser brothers.
Candy Crush Saga studio King is pushing to generate $530m (£319m) in an initial public offering that would see the British game maker valued at up to $7.6bn (£4.6bn).
The popular gaming bar Loading has called time on its Soho location.
Masahiro Sakurai has outlined has admiration for Sony’s PS4.
The freshly announced delay for CD Projekt’s The Witcher 3 shouldn’t worry those with an eye on Cyberpunk 2077, the dev has said.
GAME will be holding a number of midnight launches to celebrate the release of Titanfall.
Respawn has admitted that next-gen wasn’t an original element of the Titanfall plan.
Ripstone has confirmed that Pure Chess will be available on the Nintendo eShop later this month.
Sony Studios’ Scott Rohde has given the strongest hint yet that The Last Guardian very much lives on.
Sony’s PS3 action title The Last of Us was the big winner at last night’s BAFTA Games Awards.
Kotaku UK will be launched by Future in a matter of weeks.
Sony will reveals its rumoured VR gaming headset at GDC next week and prototypes have already been sent out to developers, a new report claims.
An unidentified Take-Two title suggested to be Mafia III will take place in Louisiana, according to a rumoured casting call by the publisher.
Google has hired on former staff members and purchased assets from the now defunct Green Throttle Games development studio.
The studio developing Watch Dogs didn’t want to reveal Watch Dogs way back at E3 2012.
The EU Commission must talk to UK games firms before taking drastic action against the controversial free-to-play business model, says UKIE.
UK developers have hailed Steam’s decision to let them hold their own sales.
Print magazines can still attract the millions currently getting their gaming news from YouTube.
The story of Chips summarises the pressures that has faced games retailers over the last three years.