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The company has grown to more than 16,000 developers in its network in a short time.
Pay attention, Hollywood. "Amateur" cosplayers can teach you a thing or two about bringing our favorite video game characters to life.
Evolution Studio's likely PlayStation 4 launch title DriveClub makes social interaction into a core pillar of racing games. Only Auto Club Revolution got there first and might do it better.
Editor's Pick Both professional gaming teams and Ubisoft hope that ShootMania Storm becomes a staple at e-sports tournaments around the world.
Signia Venture Partners VC is on the lookout for hot mobile game trends.
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Blood Dragon takes Far Cry 3's mechanics and throws them into a cheesetastic B-action movie from the '80s. The result so far is insane, stupid, and glorious.
One of the world's most innovative developers talks about his next game and design philosophy.
Developer Firaxis Games is usually known for serious strategy titles like XCOM and Civilization. So what the heck are they doing on iOS with ghouls, goblins, and vampires?
Zynga is ready to expand its third-party mobile publishing business.
Sega wants it all: console, mobile, hardcore, and casual. How does this once-king of hardware deal with the challenges of being everything to everyone, everywhere?
Accountant Cary Walkin built a full role-playing game in Microsoft's Excel spreadsheet program.
The launch of The Drowning, a novel first-person shooter on the iPad, is drawing near.
Ghostlight is brightening the role-playing game market around the world by bringing Japanese console titles to Steam.
The company's hit game is on its way to $1 billion in revenue, and its market value is bigger than Zynga's.
The former University of Michigan star quarterback chats with us about who he plays in football video games and being the face of NCAA Football 14.
Insomniac's first cross-platform title may be one of the last of its kind in the current console business.
Unity is cutting deals with everyone, and that's a sign that indie game developers are critical to every platform.
Will the company get its 55 million PC players to shift to a mobile version of World of Tanks?