Creative director Adam Orth speaks out about always online and insults "non-cities."
Switching careers and making games isn't easy. But Shinji Kim pulled it off in nine months.
Developer Tom Hall has a new Kickstarter for a game-creation tool, and he used it to make a new game.
Nintendo TVii is coming to your living room tomorrow, but it won’t arrive with all the features originally promised.
Industry vets Martin Goldberg and Curt Vendel have penned a comprehensive history of the retro gaming juggernaut, Atari, in time for the 40th anniversary of the interactive, table-tennis classic, Pong.
Let's hope Treyarch has a decent way of tracking down gamers who hack and mod the game.
PAR Works' augmented-reality technology is accurate to within a few millimeters by using point-cloud models.
Sony Pictures has enlisted the aid of mobile-app developer PlayFirst to adapt its upcoming 3D-animated comedy Hotel Transylvania to a smartphone game.
Valve's Steam app for mobile devices accidentally began showing categories for nongaming-related applications. We turn to some experts to see what this could mean for developers and the industry at large.
Ubisoft's Uplay service is giving many customers an error that is preventing access to games like Assassin's Creed Revelations.
If the Penny Arcade Kickstarter reaches $900,000, the team will open up its entire comic archive to the Creative Commons license. This will allows other creators to remix and reuse PA assets in original and derivative works.
A promo for the new Medal of Honor Warfighter on Origin seemingly confirms the existence of Battlefield 4. All references have since been removed from the service.
Microsoft has released a full trailer for its promotional film Halo 4: Forward Unto Dawn. The company will stretch the movie across five Master Chief-filled episodes beginning on October 5.
Nintendo still has no easy way to recover a customer's digital purchases from a stolen system. That will change soon, but it will require a police report, not simply a username and password.
Some indie developers say Valve's new community-focused service is a great opportunity, but potential abuse of the system is a concern.