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Video games’ market reach may be even greater than we realise.
Allowing players to modify classic games can help rejuvenate piracy-hit retro gaming.
Free consumer show E3 Live came after demands from the games industry.
The Rock Band 4 gamble has not paid off for Mad Catz.
The new CEO of Women in Games has identified development and management as key areas that needs better female representation.
Blizzard’s Overwatch enjoyed an incredible first week.
MVP Balck, who are generally regarded as the best Heroes of the Storm team in the world, may leave the game at the end of the year.
Mojang has confirmed a monumental sales milestone for its smash hit Minecraft.
Dying Light and Dead Island developer Techland is changing tact by announcing plans to become a global publisher.
505 Games believes it has a Game of the Year on its hands with its upcoming indie title, Abzu.
Improving diversity will make the games industry more successful, argues Ubisoft Reflections’ MD Pauline Jacquey.
You thought the last NX rumour was a beauty? Well get a load of this.
In February last year, Ready at Dawn released its most ambitious project yet: The Order: 1886.
The VR version of time-bending shooter Superhot will be an Oculus Rift exclusive, at least for the time being.
Animosity towards Beamdog for including a transgender character in Baldur’s Gate.
A new network has been founded to encourage a more diverse workforce in the UK games industry.
Speaking at Unite Europe, senior product planner Alex Teodorescu-Badia told a room full of developers that Microsoft will continue to advocate ‘openness’ in UWP.
The new Sold Out began life in February 2014 after being spun out of publisher Mastertronic.
Etemad and Jago join Microsoft, Sumo hires Lionhead art director and KamaGames opens a UK office.
Those who decide to cheat at Overwatch can expect the very harshest retaliation from developer Blizzard.
Paradox Interactive says 2016 was a record-breaker following the smash sales of PC hits Cities: Skylines and Stellaris.
The Immortals organisation has signed the Tempo Storm CS:GO team, marking its first venture outside of League of Legends.
An Assassin’s Creed film is launching at the end of this year, but it seems another Ubisoft property is getting the silver screen treatment.
Developer Dream Games says it has parted company with both its MD and editor after the studio directed an online anti-LGBT at a fan.
This week, we talked to Ready at Dawn’s president Ru Weerasuriya about new title Deformers and the studio’s partnership with GameStop’s publishing arm.