Miiverse heads to 3DS in December, and Nintendo is changing how the network functions to better accommodate the influx of new community members.
Glu CEO Niccolo de Masi believes that Glass may be another “iPhone moment” for mobile games.
Is Sega preparing to resurrect its cult-classic for modern systems?
If you’re looking to get someone into gaming, but they fear the controller, then ControllerTraining might help.
The creator of the Virtualizer walking controller demonstrates how well his device works with GTA IV in virtual reality.
The game will feature controller support on iOS, Android, and Windows Phone.
Some Xbox One owners are reporting you can fix the system’s misbehaving disc drive with a few hard whacks.
Publisher Nordic Games — which previously owned the Stacking and Costume Quest rights — will publish retail versions of both games as well as Psychonauts.
Players have logged more than 1 billion minutes on multiplayer since Nov. 5 on all versions.
DraftKings has paid $50 million out in 2013 to thousands of winners.
Publisher Take-Two Interactive expects major profits over the next few years, and it wants to own as many of its own shares as it can to fully take advantage of that future success.
Ludei’s CocoonJS will speed up HTML5 web games by tenfold.
In the second part of this interview, we learn more about how Supercell has become one of the juggernauts in mobile gaming.
But costs and downloads were down very slightly compared to the previous month.
The former Playfish team has also raised funding from Initial Capital and Index Ventures.
Old consoles are losing value fast as next gen takes over living rooms.
Players can post reviews of games that they’ve played on Steam starting today.
In October, the cost of acquiring a new player was $2.73, while the average revenue per gamer was $1.96.
Ubisoft built a high-end mobile graphics engine to power its new mobile Assassin’s Creed title that looks like it took some inspiration from Sid Meier’s Pirates.
Lego, Warner Bros., and TT Games are coming together again, this time for Lego adaptations of Peter Jackson’s The Hobbit films.
Seven-hundred million people, or 44 percent of the world’s online population, play online games — according to a Spil Games report.
The Israeli startup provided the initial chips for Microsoft’s Kinect system.
Rovio is building an entertainment empire and trying to become more than a one-brand company.
Some people think the buttons are stiff, but they’re probably pressing them wrong.
Andrew Wilson, CEO of Electronic Arts, welcomes the new generation and vows better service on Battlefield 4.
Microsoft says it will respond quickly to any customers with problems.
Carmack officially leaves the studio he co-founded in the 1990s.
An unexpected talk show was born last night when a young couple gathered 200,000 views on their first live stream direct from PlayStation 4.
Microsoft wants gamers looking ahead to its strong 2014 games lineup for the Xbox One console.
I like the Xbox One for combat games. But I have faith that truly great games will emerge on PS4.
There’s lots of sensors in the new Kinect, but it’s not as complicated as it once was.
The new Pokémon titles also helped boost sales of the 3DS hardware.
Ray Cox has earned more than 950,000 gamerscore points on Xbox games.
Kent Wakeford will step into role vacated by Chris Carvalho.
Microsoft will hold events in Times Square and a studio in LA for the launch of the Xbox One.
Security software company Trend Micro has discovered a number of “survey scams” specifically aimed at the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
Twitch broadcasting is available now in open beta for Minecraft.
After 10 years in the making, Natural Motion launches Clumsy Ninja, an autonomous virtual character game.
Grand Theft Auto V and Nintendo 3DS helped GameStop surpass its own expectations for Q3.
Grand Theft Auto V helped boost spending, and digital games are starting to heat up.