The longtime “biz guy” left the maker of Doom games after 17 years.
Andrew Reisse’s contributions to gaming went far and wide. Millions of people have played thousands of titles featuring his code.
U4iA Games brings its unusual free-to-play game to Facebook with spectacular results.
Papo & Yo isn’t the first game to feature graffiti, but its style and influences are uniquely Latin American.
Xbox Live Arcade’s latest shooter is no Sunday driver. But is speed (and a fascinating instant-mod “Dynamic Mutators” system) enough to keep this game competitive?
As Japan got hit by the double whammy of an 8.9-magnitude earthquake and the subsequent tsunami, the disaster’s effect on technology came into play, endangering cloud computing and mobile services.
John Romero is the creator of the Doom and Quake games that have haunted the memories of a generation of gamers with over-the-top shoot-em-up violence. Now he is trying his hand at making a cute Facebook game called Ravenwood Fair.
There will definitely be more gory big budget video games in our future. ZeniMax Media said today it has raised $150 million in investment from Providence Private Equity Partners.