Entries in 'online' (82)
The European Commission insists that its proposed Digital Single Market will open up the whole of Europe for games retailers.
A new study has said the hostility inflicted on women in many online environments is little more than a form of bullying.
A game-wide bug has forced Riot to temporarily disable ranked League of Legends matches as it works to fix the issue.
Ahead of Amazon’s members-only Prime Day sale tomorrow, the promotion’s first video game offers have started to appear.
With an exist from Steam Early Access still a long way off, players seem to be abandoning online zombie game DayZ.
The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has referred three unnamed online games to the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA).
EA’s Need for Speed reboot will require an online connection to play.
In news that might surprise many, the biggest MMO on PC platform Steam isn’t Final Fantasy XIV, EVE Online or The Elder Scrolls Online.
UPDATE: Bethesda has confirmed that no CD key will be required for the console version of the game.
Players of 2K14 are now once again able to access their single-player careers.
Online game subscriptions like PlayStation Plus and Xbox Live will now be used to calculate the impact of inflation.
Bandai Namco has turned off all online functionality for 2012 release Ridge Racer Unbounded.
Chris Boyd, malware intelligence analyst at Malwarebytes, reveals the latest tactics being adopted by cyber criminals in their attempts to steal from gamers
A free-to-play entry in Capcom’s Dragon’s Dogma series has been unveiled for release in Japan later this year.
Times have changed. So goes the well-worn adage, and it holds as true for games retail as any other sector caught up in the digital revolution.
Team Ninja has confirmed that upcoming brawler Dead or Alive 5 Last Round won’t offer online gameplay at launch.
The decision to strip the offline mode from upcoming space shooter Elite: Dangerous has gone down like a lead balloon.
Plans to offer an offline mode in Elite: Dangerous have been dropped.
The online woes of Halo: Master Chief Collection continue.
Misogyny is not common within Call of Duty’s online community, Sledgehammer’s co-founder and head of development Michael Condrey has said.
The International Game Developers Association is working with the FBI to try and tackle the recent rise in harassment suffered by game developers online.
The International Game Developers Association (IGDA) has vowed to offer support for developers who have experienced harassment online.
Developers from an assortment of studios have signed an open letter asking for the hostility that has dogged social media in recent weeks to stop.
CCP, the maker of expansive MMO space sim EVE Online, has announced plans to close its San Francisco office, with two executives also set to depart from the firm.
There must have been a point for UK-based Evolution Studios when it wished the first rule of DriveClub was that you do not talk about DriveClub.