The launch of The Drowning, a novel first-person shooter on the iPad, is drawing near.
Ben Cousins has made games like Electronic Arts' Battlefield series. Now he is bringing shooter games to mobile devices.
The new head of Ngmoco believes mobile games are leveling up.
Rage of Bahamut developer now part of DeNA's gamemaker stable.
Monetization specialization firm W3i will implement its offer-sharing platform in the endless runner game to help the studio earn a big payday.
Zynga is bringing over two of its Japanese role-playing games.
DeNA and Ngmoco teams up with Marvel Comics for Marvel War of Heroes, a battle card game for mobile devices.
DeNA/Ngmoco gives a first look at its mobile Transformers game.
One of the biggest strategic shifts happening in gaming today is the investment that Japanese mobile social gaming network giants — Gree and DeNA — are making in the U.S. mobile gaming market.
That’s why it’s a big deal that …