Entries in 'west' (57)
Soul Sacrifice Delta is one of three new SCEJ RPG Vita titles confirmed for a Western release.
Having gained a devoted following in Japan, Nintendo’s “new Animal Crossing” is going to be debuted on 3DS in Western markets.
The future looks bleak for cult Japanese studio Cave.
Sony plans to take a very different approach to its streaming-centric Vita TV device when it eventually makes its way to Western markets.
The success of Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn has seen Square Enix easily beat its financial expectations for the six months ending September.
Respawn Entertainment has jumped into bed with Microsoft for its first title, Titanfall.
Ex-Infinty Ward employees Jason West and Vince Zampella may have received a settlement payment from Activision worth ‘tens of millions.’
Sega will today announce a European and North American release for multiplayer RPG Phantasy Star Online, a report claims.
The court case between Activision and former Infinity Ward owners Jason West and Vince Zampella has been delayed amidst rumours of an out-of-court settlement.
Former EA and PlayStation product manager Kerri West has joined Namco Bandai.
Developer Platinum Games has said that publisher Sega has delayed Anarchy Reigns in Europe and North America – despite the fact that the game is finished.
Development duties on worldwide hit Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 were nearly taken from Infinity Ward and handed to Treyarch.
Bobby Kotick, the CEO of Activision, personally ordered the hacking of computers belonging to former Infinity Ward bosses Jason West and Jason Zampella, court documents allege.
Publishing giant Activision has paid a portion of its employees $42 million in long-delayed royalty payments for Modern Warfare 2, as part of a wider lawsuit between the company and ...
One of the two fraud charges levelled at Activision by former employees and Infinity Ward founders Jason West and Vincent Zampella has been dismissed by a US court.
One of the most cherished titles in Nintendo’s portable arsenal has announced its move into the iOS market while Studio Ghibli’s beautiful RPG Ni No Kuni has been confirmed for ...
Remember that seemingly bizarre zombie spin-off of Sega’s Yakuza series that was released in Japan? The publisher has just confirmed it will be released in Europe in March 2012.
The date has been set for the trial that will settle Infinity Ward co-founders Jason West and Vince Zampella lawsuit against Activision.
Respawn Entertainment has released a teaser image of its first video game.
The case between Activision and ex-Infinity Ward members Vince Zampella and Jason West is expected to go to trial.
Facebook is the next step in Tecmo Koei’s bid to reach Western gamers.
It's one of the most prevalent trends of the current generation, and speaking to investors even the president of the world's most powerful gaming firm has admitted that Nintendo must ...
Activision would lose partial ownership of the Modern Warfare IP if it fails in its legal battle with former employees, reports suggest.
Electronic Arts has lost its bid to be cleared from a bitter and expensive lawsuit between rival Activision and axed Infinity Ward staff.
There's fresh hope that eye-catching console title Catherine could receive a release in the West.