Ubisoft will also sell a season pass for the DLC for Black Flag.
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This is in addition to Dragon Quest X getting a smartphone and tablet version.
Developer Infinity Ward is also using new matchmaking technology to improve the overall connection for every player in its first-person military-action game.
The Last of Us’s other ending was a surprise to everyone — even some of the people that were making it.
Kobalt will release digital-only mid-priced games like action-RPG Blood Knights from Deck 13 Interactive.
Rod Fergusson will oversee a new project for the publisher.
Is this the next step in King’s march toward an IPO.
The Pokémon Origins series streams on Pokémon TV on Nov. 15.
The cel-shaded character returns to the chaotic fighter series.
Lichdom is a first-person fantasy game due out next summer.
Developer ZeptoLab plans to add twists to the familiar physics-based gameplay for the sequel.
Following the announcement of its SteamOS, Valve further solidifies its strategy to enter gamers’ living rooms.
Ubisoft will unleash the title on Dec. 10 along with a special edition.
Sony shows off user profiles, video editing, and livestreaming on PlayStation 4 and its companion mobile app.
CSR Racing developer NaturalMotion Games talks about the risks of the blue-ocean strategy.
During a talk at the DICE Europe developer conference, Splash Damage’s Paul Wedgwood talked about building values and finding his company’s purpose.
Crytek is using next-gen power and old-school production values to improve its upcoming game Ryse: Son of Rome.
The newspaper posted an opinion piece and a response regarding media violence and now it wants readers to weigh in.
Ubisoft also acquires Digital Chocolate Barcelona’s original gaming properties.
An Activision investor sued the publisher’s board to halt the deal. The case goes to court Oct. 10.
The three-album compilation is available for $25. Each volume goes for $10 individually and features the original music, the dynamic score, and the hit songs from the soundtrack.
A developer used Unity to re-create the attack on the Empire’s super-weapon from A New Hope.
Sony will pull the plug while it checks in on its online service tomorrow for 6 hours.
Case Blue has players taking on the role of the Germans as they invade the Caucasus Regions of the U.S.S.R.
The game has 10 days left to raise additional funds after passing its $400,000 goal.
Microsoft is forming E-Home Entertainment with Chinese media company BesTV.
NPR finds plenty of female fans of Grand Theft Auto despite its reputation for demeaning women.
The new Sonic platformer is now due out Oct. 29. Mario & Sonic at the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games is due out Nov. 8.
The PS Vita lookalike has a quad-core processor and retails for $160.
SteamOS uses Linux to bring PC gaming to the living room.
Konami is trotting out its stealth-action game to show off what it looks like for the next-gen consoles.
Tyrunt and Amaura evolve into even larger dinosaur-like monsters.
EA will still charge full price for the game despite a lack of improved features.
Lucasfilm can use the Star Wars 1313 technology to instantly capture an actor’s performance and turn it into a finished CG shot.
Microsoft reveals more about its spider-like fighter Saidra and teases another returning character.
Assassin’s Creed IV’s multiplayer looks very familiar.
The HD remake is available now on the Wii U eShop.
Microsoft designed Xbox One’s slot-loading disc drive to only work in a horizontal position.
We asked the expert that took these screens to explain exactly how he did it.
World of Warplanes won’t hit its Sept. 26 release date. The game is now due out in November.