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A new Ridge Racer has been announced – although it’s probably not the game you expected.
In an increasingly fractured market there are less and less outright villains in the games business, save for one business model: free-to-play.
It seems inevitable that free-to-play will play a big part in the next generation of consoles.
The popularity of emerging business models and free-to-play has significantly reduced the scope for full-price triple-A success in the modern games market.
Lord of the Rings Online studio Turbine is developing a free-to-play arena battler based on the DC Comics licence.
The Hobbit: Armies of the Third Age is now available to play for free in browsers.
One of the great things about the internet is that it gives everyone a voice. But one of the bad things about the internet is that it gives everyone a ...
Former Epic developer Cliff Blezsinski has called for a halt to the endless stream of vitriol aimed at the free to play market.
Mythic Entertainment and EA have announced the upcoming closure of free-to-play title Warhammer Online: Wrath of Heroes.
PS3 owners are being offered the chance to download the multiplayer part of Naughty Dog’s Uncharted 3 for free.
There is just no stopping GAME.
The F2P Summit returns to explore how developers can harness the free-to-play business model
We’re days away from learning more about how the next generation of consoles will take shape – and developers predict free-to-play games will be at the heart of it.
A consumer backlash to the freemium business model implemented in Real Racing 3 has forced a change to the game.
EA has decided to give age-old puzzle classic Tetris a free-to-play makeover.
Nintendo has made good on its promise to broaden its digital software offer by making Namco Bandai’s Tank! Tank! Tank! Free to play.
Crysis developer Crytek foresees a future for the company where none of its titles make it to retail.
Free-to-play FPS Bullet Run is to be closed down on March 8th.
En Masse and Bluehole Studio have announced their subscription-based MMO Tera will be jumping on the free-to-play train.
It has a reputation for resisting technology and business developments, but Nintendo has finally conceded to the logic of the free-to-play space.
BoaCompra has stated that it’s on the hunt for European talent having established its first office in the territory.
Xbox Live’s first free-to-play title Happy Wars has amassed over 1.2m players worldwide since launch.
European distributor Koch Media is venturing into free-to-play games by investing in the company behind Brick-Force.
The publishing giant is rebranding its Play4Free label to add free-to-play games into its growing Origin offering.