Spycraft ain’t like it used to be.
Kaminsky joins as Trion moves toward free-to-play online games.
Are MMOS with monthly subscriptions still a viable option for developers?
Editor’s Pick The game known only under the codename Titan has been delayed. The publisher is redeploying about 70 developers to other projects.
Mobile is likely to disrupt PC-based social and casual games in China.
Players can use the portal to get into 20 MMOs quickly.
TeePee Games is offering access to thousands of Facebook, online, and mobile titles via its new social network for gamers.
The value of game deals is dropping in 2012 compared to 2011.
Germany’s Gameforge has announced that it is moving into the mobile gaming market.
Is storytelling irrelevant to MMOs, or does it just need improvement? RuneScape mods Dave and Mark share the secrets of engaging millions in a story.
Aeria Games announced today that it has raised an undisclosed amount of funding from Sony’s So-net Entertainment subsidiary. The Santa Clara, Calif.-based maker of multiplayer online games will use the money to expand further in the fast-growing free-to-play segment.
No matter how you look at it, the game industry is red hot.
Americans are spending 24 percent more on free-to-play massively multiplayer online games (MMOs) this year than they did in 2010, according to a new market report from Newzoo.
World of Warcraft, one of the top-selling online games in the world, will be free to download and play for a good chunk of the game’s introductory content, game developer Blizzard Entertainment announced today.
Star Wars Galaxies, one of the first online Star Wars games run by Sony Online Entertainment, will shut down December 15 — before the release of the highly anticipated online game Star Wars: The Old Republic.
Video game investment and acquisitions accelerated in the most recent quarter, according to investment firm Digi-Capital.