The studio will use the cash to fund the development of multiplayer for its fast-paced brawler.
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YouTube acknowledges that it is cracking down on affiliate channels, but it doesn’t say why so many copyright flag are coming from unknown companies.
Nival will use the cash to fund global expansion of its games.
Developer Days of Wonder wants fans to play the game with each other despite the barrier of using different platforms.
Bethesda’s MMO will hit PC and Mac in April. It will later debut for Xbox One and PS4 in June.
A week after Sony announced PS4 crossed 2.1 million in sales, Microsoft claims it is nearly keeping pace.
Applifier’s video-sharing service is driving up to 7.5 percent of user acquisition for some indie developers.
Developers can use the API to build apps and websites that update in real time alongside the game.
YouTube creators are getting flagged by random and often unrelated companies for posting game-related videos.
A community challenge will feature an enemy from 47 Ronin that players will have to work together to defeat.
The Xbox One exclusive physics-based puzzler currently only has online multiplayer.
The popular handheld-gaming device is now a bit more social.
PS4 owners streamed more than 20 million minutes to Twitch and Ustream.
Electronic Arts supported pride parades in multiple cities and held talks about how to make gaming a better place for LGBT people in 2013.
Fez developer Polytron Corporation announces it has sold 1 million copies of the mind-bending puzzler.
Cartoon Network’s mobile Adventure Time skiing game is also coming to Android and Amazon.
Developer DICE’s patch address players getting shot behind cover and the height of the camera while crouching, among other things.
PopCap recaptured much of the old magic that made Peggle so special more than a half-decade ago.
Catch up on a ton of video coverage from Spike’s VGX show.
Open-world role-playing game The Witcher 3 is as beautiful as you were expecting.
No Man’s Sky is a massively multiplayer game from the people who made Joe Danger.
Ubisoft’s open-world team shooter gets a new trailer.
The next-gen shooter will pit players against well-armed aliens and giant robots.
The oft-delayed South Park role-playing game gets another trailer.
Remedy Entertainment shows off more of how Quantum Break works on Xbox One.
Nintendo’s U.S. leader shows off the next big Wii U gaming coming Feb. 21.
Square Enix makes a new announcement regarding the long-running Lara Croft character.
Tales from the Borderlands will tell stories from Gearbox’s popular shooter.
The VGX show isn’t airing live on television, but you can watch it all unfold right here.
After League Championship Series contracts leak online, Riot is changing its take on what players can broadcast.
Online multiplayer is still accessible for players that log into PSN before the maintenance starts.
If Riot wants to cut off potential revenue streams from players, they have to better compensate those pros for the right.
King’s mobile game is growing with the help from an old-media ad campaign.
The first episode debuts this month. The whole season is available now for preorder on Steam.
Puzzle & Dragons players under 20 in Japan can only spend $200 a month.
One Bitcoin could buy more than 100 copies of Towerfall.
The game is due out as a $15 digital upgrade for PlayStation Network and Xbox Live.
If the future of PC design is slick, jetpack-like hardware, count me in.
Market-research firm IDC and app-tracking company App Annie have a report on mobile and handheld gaming for Q3 2013.
Sega is also planning to release several other games for 3DS with stereoscopic support