A handful of analysts respond to Sony’s PlayStation 4 announcement.
Engagement measures show that Black Ops II is doing better than multiplayer activity for Modern Warfare 3.
Analysts appear more bullish on the social-gaming giant after yesterday’s earnings call.
Gamers could be playing the next Grand Theft Auto by next spring, analysts agree.
Editor’s Pick Zynga’s weak earnings report yesterday has spurred an investor panic, cratering the company’s stock price by 39 percent today.
We examined many investment issues at GamesBeat 2012. This week’s DeanBeat distills them to the 10 most important.
We’re pleased to announce that we have a panel on investing in the game business, one of the hottest investment categories of the past couple of years, at our annual GamesBeat 2012 conference on July 10-11 in San Francisco.
Electronic Arts shareholders are being sorely tested again after the video game giant posted good earnings but warned about a tough quarter ahead. The stock has fallen 4.8 percent today to $14.41 a share, valuing EA at $4.77 billion. Now the analysts are weighing in.
GamesBeat 2012 is going to be all about crossover strategies. The game industry as we know it is changing. We’re seeing established companies cross over from one market to another, where once they faced barriers. As companies adapt to change, we are witnessing disruption, change, consolidation, innovation, and the arrival of big money. We’re talking billions of dollars that are at stake.
Editor's Pick Zynga’s purchase of OMGPOP for a price reported to be around $150 million to $200 million has drawn mixed reviews on Wall Street. The deal gives Zynga the team that made Draw Something, a Pictionary-style mobile game that has been a phenomenal success over the past six weeks.
Zynga is about to begin trading as a public company on Thursday, but the value of the company is up for debate, based on reports from some well-known Wall Street analysts and other financial experts.