Entries in 'ip' (49)
Cinemaware’s stable of games IP now has a new owner – Payday developer Starbreeze.
Kids TV empire Cartoon Network is branching out by publishing its first original mobile title not based on an established show.
EA has vowed to be more ‘careful’ about purchasing companies in the future, accepting that it has made mistakes with past acquisitions.
A recreation of the first level from Super Mario 64 made with the Unity engine must be removed from the internet, Nintendo has said.
Japanese developer and publisher Bandai Namco is seeking new partnerships with local developers, even offering access to some of its most iconic IP.
Arty Rajendra, partner at Rouse Legal, discusses the legalities around key stripping and the impact it is having on the games business
505 Games is the new owner of the Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons franchise.
Yet more intellectual properties have been scooped up by Nordic Games.
It’s been a good few years for Nordic Games Group.
New IP does not necessarily mean new ideas, argues MCV editor Christopher Dring
Developer BioWare has continued its teaser campaign for its mysterious presumably new project, due to be revealed at Gamescom next week.
Crysis developers Crytek are still in control of cult retro shooting Ip Timesplitters.
Team17 was nearly forced to surrender its famous Worms IP in the late 1990s after signing a deal with a publisher, the studio’s MD has revealed.
More new IP could be on the way from Moshi Monsters creator Mind Candy
Ubisoft’s Watch Dogs has become the best-selling new IP ever in the UK.
Sequels may take their sweet time in the world of Take-Two, but gamers can certainly expect more from both Red Dead and BioShock in the future.
With a decent line-up of exclusive games both already available and on the way, it’s perhaps no surprise, of course.
‘An unnamed mixed martial arts promotional company’ is forcing upcoming title Ultimate Gay Fighter to change its name.
Microsoft has acquired a collection of assets from wearable computing firm Osterhout Design Group for a suspected $150 million.
Animal Crossing could not only be making a console return, but also be branching out onto non-Nintendo hardware.
The farcical legal fracas between 3D Realms and Gearbox has taken another twist.
The Worms maker revealed it's working on the new brand during today's PlayStation Open Day.
Gearbox is suing 3D Realms over its decision to announce a new Duke Nukem game.
The decision to trademark the Candy name is a perfectly logical one, a UK lawyer has argued.