Starting today and continuing through June 1, a group of indie game makers is cutting prices in select digital distribution markets as part of the “Because We May” campaign.
Timeline cover images featuring indie and artistic games like Limbo, Fez, and Minecraft to decorate your Facebook profile.
For every smash-hit like Mario Galaxy, there was at least one great Wii release that flew under the radar. GamesBeat reached out to some key games industry figures to ask which Wii titles they think deserved a wider audience. Here are their thoughts.
Editor’s Pick We’ve looked long into the eyes of the Android, and we’ve come back with 10 must-have games, the best alternative app stores, and other tips for getting the most out of your mobile device.
Y Combinator-backed Humble Bundle is launching its second official batch of games that allows users to set their own price for the cost of the download. This time, the package was created by a single developer, indie game house Frozenbyte.
Online gaming service firm OnLive launched its all-you-can eat $9.99-a-month subscription plan for gamers to access a library of video games. The move, which the company announced in December, is aimed at disrupting game retailers, much the way Netflix did to DVD sellers when it offered monthly subscriptions for a library of movies.