King recently decided to abandon in-game advertising. Why? Let's look at the situation and how different types of developers approach the issue.
The industry's growing pains continue in May, but it was a good month for Nintendo's handheld.
Are MMOS with monthly subscriptions still a viable option for developers?
Kensuke Tanabe, the producer on Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze, tells us his about his ideas for a new Metroid game as well as his burning desire to make a game about Tingle, one of the most-hated characters in Nintendo's roster.
After all, it's not every day a major game company -- especially a Japanese one -- publicly apologizes for releasing a subpar product. But it's even less common for that company to then spend millions more rebuilding that years-old title for a second shot at success.
Twitch is offering up a video-streaming solution to any game developer.
Project Spark is part Fable, part LittleBigPlanet, and part Minecraft.
Editor's Pick Our E3 2013 Game of the Show may not be that surprising, but our overall top three is. They're all from the same genre.
Here are five from last week's E3 you'll want to keep an eye on.
GamesBeat got a sneak peek of The Witcher 3's giant open world and monster-slaying during this year's E3.
The Wii U is $350, and it will remain at that price for a while, according to Nintendo.
The game follows the career of fictional character Marius Titus on his journey to become a Roman general.
Virtual reality might well make a comeback in games, based on the reception for Oculus VR.
One of the best PC strategy games is now one of the most expensive iOS releases.
The idea of a decent gamepad controller for the iPhone is something that many gamers -- casual or otherwise -- are bound to be happy about.
The newest Wolfenstein is exploring new territory for the series: story and character development like you've never seen.
Will Microsoft Studios' new Killer Instinct recapture the gameplay that immortalized the fighting series?
Respawn Entertainment's Titanfall is sure to be one of the hottest titles coming out of the 2013 E3 trade show.
The first-person shooter gives you control of a trained German shepherd that operates like a remote-controlled drone, but it's also your companion.
The eyes-on demo is impressive from a visual sense, but it should offer more than just a massively multiplayer first-person shooter experience.