King’s mobile game is growing with the help from an old-media ad campaign.
This week, the next-gen console wars march into the holidays, we get some new Hobbit games, we reviewed a new PlayStation 4 title, and more.
The first episode debuts this month. The whole season is available now for preorder on Steam.
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Puzzle & Dragons players under 20 in Japan can only spend $200 a month.
The new consoles don’t have a critic’s favorite. With no killer app, will we get bored quickly?
One Bitcoin could buy more than 100 copies of Towerfall.
The game is due out as a $15 digital upgrade for PlayStation Network and Xbox Live.
If the future of PC design is slick, jetpack-like hardware, count me in.
Market-research firm IDC and app-tracking company App Annie have a report on mobile and handheld gaming for Q3 2013.
In a milestone for social mobile game companies, Kabam sponsor’s the football field at Cal.
Sega is also planning to release several other games for 3DS with stereoscopic support
KitKat is the new hotness for Android, but Tapjoy presents evidence as to why developers should focus on older versions of the mobile OS.
Just about anybody can be a game developer with Createrria on the iPad.
The rare partnership between rivals will deliver better music recommendations and other features for users.
Samsung’s involvement is a big endorsement for Fingerprint Digital’s safe app portal for kids.
Even though Xbox One can use its Kinect camera to read codes, some publishers still just use text.
Electronic Arts and developer DICE admit that they have a lot of work ahead of them to fix Battlefield 4.
Toys ‘R’ Us gets a blue 2DS with Pokémon Y. Target has a red 2DS with Pokémon X. Both retail for $150.
Spil wants to pay for development, marketing, and more for any studio with an HTML5 game (that it deems worthy) that needs publishing.
Valve is taking its relationship with Linux to the next level.
New game investments by VCs defy patterns of conventional wisdom.
NaturalMotion says its autonomous virtual character is taking off in all territories, with fans that cross all age groups and genders.
Microsoft has some tips about how to find an Xbox One through this busy holiday season.
E-sports continue to bring in cash, but is everyone benefiting?
EA’s modern shooter has problems on all its platforms.
EA unveils its first second map pack for its Battlefield 4 multiplayer game.
The region currently comprises around 85 million gamers. That number should grow to more than 130 million by 2017.
With a broader marketing message, Ubisoft believes it can reach people who want to learn the guitar with its Rocksmith video game. And this kind of marketing may further open the market for learning games.
Yoyotech’s PC promises to run circles around next-generation game consoles.
Sony has rolled out the PS4 in the U.S., Australia, parts of Asia, Latin America, and Europe.
Ideas include a math game based on Greek myths and a hero who fights his way through vocabulary words.
The Wii versions of both games were the top-sellers after the publishers discounted them $25 for the big shopping weekend.
Lindsay Lohan reportedly believes that Rockstar Games took her likeness.
Todd Papy, who was the director God of War: Ascension, is now working with the Crytek team that developed Ryse and Crysis.
Call of Duty: Ghosts on the Xbox 360 comes out on top for Black Friday sales.
Telltale will release the first episode of the sequel just as the show goes on hiatus.
Electronic retailers are offering deep discounts on game goods for Cyber Monday.
Valve’s PC-focused digital-download service isn’t slowing down in the wake of new consoles.
PopCap Games is releasing Peggle 2, a sequel to the physics-driven puzzle game Peggle, on Dec. 9 as a downloadable title for the Xbox One.