Entries in 'mobile' (145)
Sony’s Playstation 4 companion app will arrive for Vita onboard the device’s next firmware update.
Sony Worldwide Studios president Shuhei Yoshida admits that there's “no question” smartphones have “badly hurt” handheld sales.
EA has reportedly decided to shut down its mobile-focused studio in North Carolina.
Over 133 new studios opened within the UK in the last 18 months. 80 per cent of these are working on games for Apple’s iOS platform, and over 70 for ...
PC games and software developer Stardock has announced the launch of Stardock Mobile, a new division focusing on creating strategy titles for smartphones and tablets.
Apple has swiftly denied a statement from Electronic Arts’ executive Frank Gibeau that the iOS device-maker paid EA to delay the Android release of Plants vs Zombies 2.
The console and mobile games markets are very different beasts. But that isn’t stopping the industry’s biggest publishers bringing their blockbusters to the small screen.
A new free-to-play title from Codemasters has been released on iTunes.
Activision has topped the iPad chart with mobile Call of Duty entry, Strike Team.
A host of Japanese mobile developers led by Sega have reportedly banded together to create a cross-promotional network.
This year's mobile version of FIFA will be free-to-play, EA has announced.
Facebook has revealed a new mobile game publishing pilot program aimed at helping small and medium-sized developers.
Epic Games gave a tech demo at SIGGRAPH today that showed what it called “desktop PC game content” running on Nvidia's “Logan” mobile processor.
JiggeryPokery founder and former Zynga UK boss Matthew Wiggins has expressed concern over the viability of large mobile game developers.
All of Warner Bros iOS titles and selected Android ones have seen their prices slashed as part of the publisher's summer mobile sale.
UK PlayStation owners can now top up their PSN wallet via their mobile phone.
Codemasters revived popular racing series Colin McRae for iOS this week, but the publisher says this is only the beginning.
In the week before E3, Microsoft and Square Enix announced sequels to two of the biggest games of this generation – but they weren’t for Xbox One or PS4.
PC graphics expert Nvidia is to begin licensing out its technology to other device makers.
NPD Group has revealed details from its 2013 Gamer Segmentation report, including survey results that indicate which markets are on the rise.