If you follow VentureBeat but don’t regularly check our GamesBeat site, here’s a list of the best video game stories we ran over the last seven days that you may have missed.
During the day, you've got the upper hand on zombies in Techland's latest game. But at night, you'll be scared out of your wits.
The maker of Dead Island is back with a zombie game that introduces the pressures of surviving during the day or the night.
Batman: Arkham Origins senior producer Ben Mattes and his team inherited one of the top-rated game franchises of all time. All they had to do was figure out where they could leave their own stamp on the winning Arkham formula ... and what they had to leave alone.
Batman: Arkham Origins rewinds the Arkhamverse to early in the Dark Knight's career while carbon-copying the gameplay from its predecessors. It's a combination that might just work.
Electronic Arts ended the unpopular Online Pass program aimed at cashing in on the used-games market, but the reason may have more to do with Sony and Microsoft's new consoles than customer dissatisfaction.
Zynga and Disney are struggling as new competitors start to take control of the lucrative casual market.
David Haddad replaces Greg Ballard, who is moving to run WBIE's new game studio in San Francisco.
Can the boy wonders at WB Montreal step in to fill the boots of Batman: Arkham City developer Rocksteady Studios?
Turbine takes a break from its MMO duties with Infinite Crisis, a multiplayer online battle arena game that throws in parallel versions of famous DC superheroes like Batman and Wonder Woman.
The Lord of the Rings Online developer is tackling the Infinite Crisis mini-series with a new free-to-play MOBA release.
With all the news of studio closures, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment shows the digital side of the industry is growing.
Kabam returns to Facebook in a big way with the launch of a new Hobbit game.
New game studio hopes it will get a boost from an upcoming film release.
Warner Bros., Lego, and Marvel team up for a new block-building game set in the world of Spider-Man, Thor, and Wolverine.
Kabam is continuing its success with a second game based on the fantasy trilogy.
Kabam's game is timed to stoke demand for the first Hobbit film from Peter Jackson
The new Wizard of Oz game on Facebook is an ambitious title from Spooky Cool Labs.
Mortal Kombat developer NetherRealms is releasing a $99.99 Collector's Edition of its upcoming DC Comics fighting game.
A score of new games should be ready for the new Nintendo console the day it comes out.