Kamcord is offering its tool in a beta test to developers starting today.
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Minigames like Tennis, Bowling, Golf, Baseball, and Boxing will hit the Wii U’s digital-distribution channel in the coming months.
NFL Runner: Football Dash is a Temple Run-like endless runner with real NFL teams.
Chinese gamers can start playing the competitive MOBA on Sept. 25.
Brenda Romero will act as program director while John Romero will take the role of creative director.
Wilson fills a vacancy left by John Riccitiello in March.
If you’re planning on buying Call of Duty: Ghosts for both current- and next-gen systems, here are your options for getting a discount.
Blizzard plans to return Diablo III to its roots with the next expansion.
Hasselbeck says gamers should “timeout” if they’re playing violent games for too long.
Funny or Die explains why you’ll want to escape your deeply dissatisfying life to play Grand Theft Auto V.
The platformer will hit Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and Wii U in addition to PC, Mac, and Linux.
The Evil Within echoes the first Resident Evil game and shows off its survival-horror elements.
Publisher Deep Silver plays on the name of one of its characters to help draw attention away from Grand Theft Auto V.
Users can create chatrooms to keep up on news and timely discussion surrounding games and gamer culture.
Dr. Panda is a series of educational games that teach kids life skills.
The Valve boss spoke to assembled Linux devotees about the future of the open-source operating system.
The Xbox 360 version of GTA V comes on two discs, but Rockstar says you should only install the contents of disc one.
Angry Birds Star Wars 2 gives gamers the chance to play as a young Anakin Skywalker bird or a General Grievous piggy.
Sony is hoping to entice gamers into the cinematic adventure game with the 60-second commercial.
Nintendo is also holding a contest that has Pokémon fans tracking down hidden codes from around the web.
For $20, gamers can start playing now and guarantee access to all future updates.
The studio plans to release “Wild West” and “GATV” DLC packs.
Saints Row IV is out now, and unlike some other open-world crime games that shall go unnamed, developer Volition released the game on PC and is planning to fully support that platform’s active modding community.
Criterion is working on something new and unrelated to the Need For Speed franchise.
Bugbear plans to release an Early Access version of Next Car Game on Steam if it gets enough preorders.
Publisher 505 games added a few Android-specific features to the open-world sandbox crafting game.
Nintendo also introduces some new creatures, Mega Evolutions, and character customization for its popular handheld title.
The industry pulls out of a nose dive with the help of Madden and Saints Row IV.
Star Wars: The Old Republic goes live on Oct. 1 for the free-to-play MMORPG.
The Android device will go on sale Oct. 29.
The concert series raised more than $260,000 to fund Video Games Live: Level 3.
The popular pet-raising children’s game already has 85 million registered members, but it is looking for new subscribers.
Chipotle looks to games and film to educate people about its Food With Integrity campaign.
Editor’s Pick The iPhone 5S is the world’s first 64-bit smartphone. Some developers explain how that will help make games better.
Small World 2 brings all of the board games features and mini-expansions to iOS.
PlayStation boss Andrew House says that Sony doesn’t plan to sell Vita TV in U.S. and European markets at this point.
The studio is hoping that it can raise $50,000 by offering influence over the development process to backers.
This might explain why Blizzard is testing in-game purchasing.
Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call will debut this spring for 3DS in Japan.
Digital sharing is coming to Vavle’s digital-download service.