After a 15-year absence, Lord British, aka Richard Garriott, is back in the role-playing game market.
Call of Duty: Ghosts sold better on PlayStation 4.
Kabam is taking Blastron to the social web.
The Walking Dead: Season Two is due out next week for multiple platforms.
MLG’s viewership has increased more than 1,000 percent over the last three years.
While the threat of government regulation moved GungHo to act in its home country, the developer doesn’t plan to offer spending limits to other regions.
Mobile revenues were also up big in November while social gaming lost 17 percent compared to October.
GTA Online will let you create a deathmatch or race anywhere in the game world.
Android’s premier app market awards fan-favorite apps and games with year-end awards.
Pixelberry’s founder, Oliver Miao, was bullied himself. He’s raising money to help teens deal with it.
The $6.99 game comes just in time for the busy holiday-software-release season.
Mozilla’s Emscripten+asm.js can enable developers to embed fully 3D games on the web, and one developer is already taking advantage of it.
The founders of Ngmoco want you to create your own content around your own interests.
The deal is an endorsement for Kiip’s mobile rewards system.
Disney moves Club Penguin to iPad as Apple allows subscription model.
The studio will use the cash to fund the development of multiplayer for its fast-paced brawler.
About one out of three shots are hitting home. Not bad.
YouTube acknowledges that it is cracking down on affiliate channels, but it doesn’t say why so many copyright flag are coming from unknown companies.
Google will also make it easier to find games in new categories like education, simulation, and role-playing games.
Replay Games and Lowe collaborated to launch the raunchy remake dubbed Leisure Suit Larry: Reloaded.
Nival will use the cash to fund global expansion of its games.
Developer Days of Wonder wants fans to play the game with each other despite the barrier of using different platforms.
The German triple-A game developer moves into mobile via the third-party route with its first free-to-play mobile game based on the CryEngine.
Bethesda’s MMO will hit PC and Mac in April. It will later debut for Xbox One and PS4 in June.
A week after Sony announced PS4 crossed 2.1 million in sales, Microsoft claims it is nearly keeping pace.
Xyo debuts an ad program that helps apps get discovered in a contextual way.
Applifier’s video-sharing service is driving up to 7.5 percent of user acquisition for some indie developers.
Rovio is turning on its marketing engine to make the next Angry Birds game a winner.
Three other new startups for the company remain in stealth mode.
Developers can use the API to build apps and websites that update in real time alongside the game.
YouTube creators are getting flagged by random and often unrelated companies for posting game-related videos.
Storm8 will republish the hit game in the West as War of Dragons.
A community challenge will feature an enemy from 47 Ronin that players will have to work together to defeat.
Real circus performer, actress, and now game developer Irina Vaganova dishes about the real-life experiences and secrets that went into this debut title from Dolce Vita Games.
The Xbox One exclusive physics-based puzzler currently only has online multiplayer.
The popular handheld-gaming device is now a bit more social.
TinyCo promises a laugh a minute for its first Family Guy title, coming in 2014.
PS4 owners streamed more than 20 million minutes to Twitch and Ustream.
Playtox has more than 45 million registered players, and it is expanding into Western markets.
Electronic Arts supported pride parades in multiple cities and held talks about how to make gaming a better place for LGBT people in 2013.