Demiurge Studios found the fabled “midcore” audience on mobile and doesn’t plan to let go.
Online stock-tracking site BuyVia also found that the Xbox One is in stock more often than the PlayStation 4.
Google formally launches Ingress after a nine-week live event series finishes.
In 2013 freemium became pretty much the only app business model that matters. And its the model behind the top-grossing apps of the year.
Games were 22 percent of all of the dollars raised on Kickstarter from 7,922 projects launched so far this year.
Konstantin Sashchuk is general manager of Plarium’s Kharkov Studio.
Attack Squadron is a free-to-play game that is currently in closed beta.
Raptr’s members played a ton of Grand Theft Auto V, League of Legends, and Call of Duty: Black Ops II.
Candy Crush Saga was the highest-grossing iOS app for all of 2013.
The next-gen Ignite engine powering EA Sports’ titles is versatile but wildly inconsistent … just like Mike.
New content adds an extra layer of complexity to the Candy Crush Saga mechanics.
A partnership with Vancouver’s Iugo Entertainment is working out well.
Steve Newcomb believes 3D user interfaces will become common as WebGL takes off in mobile devices.
Disney Animated lets users create their own movies with Disney characters.
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Will Microsoft overcome the long-term official ban and get its console launched in China?
DayZ is available in its alpha stage through Steam’s Early Access program for $30.
The game will hit the iOS App Store for $5.
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Call of Duty: Ghosts might wind up performing far worse than Black Ops II and Modern Warfare 3, according to analyst Doug Creutz of Cowen & Company.
Square Enix will also release a special edition of the game that features a soundtrack and an art book.
Halo: Spartan Assault has been adapted from the tablet to the Xbox One. It’s coming Dec. 24.
One of the biggest games in the world is set to hit a Sony platform for the first time tomorrow.
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The MHL 3.0 standard supports 4K Ultra HD video over a cable from a smartphone to a TV.
The founder of Electronic Arts wants to make a lasting mark with IF, a game that helps kids deal with bullying and other emotional issues.
The Xbox One could be huge if Microsoft only focused on the audience that would love its device for what it is.
Oculus VR CEO explains why Marc Andreessen’s firm led a $75M round on the promise of a new consumer prototype for virtual reality goggles.
Cook & Becker worked closely with Capcom to get some pieces that highlight the history of the fighting series.
Nintendo’s cloud-based solution for managing Pokémon will hit 3DS on Dec. 27.
Tiny Spark will offload the task of creating sweepstakes programs to incentivize app users.
Splitforce hopes to get a jump on rivals in China.
YouTube’s Content ID system is so broken it will even flag videos uploaded by a game’s creator.
Developer Jason Oda shares the real-life survival story that inspired Continue? — and explains the meaning hidden in the code.
Nintendo want to get its players out to stores with their 3DSes on one of the last big weekends before Christmas.
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Social media mavens can get rewards out of their activity with the new currency on Empire Avenue.
Developer DICE is eliminating a number of bugs in a patch available for Xbox One today.
Team Ninja, Comcept, and Spark Unlimited are making a bold statement with Yaiba Ninja Gaiden Z.
With so much money behind it, the underdog doesn’t looks so weak anymore.