Microsoft’s space bucks evolve into real local currency.
Microsoft accidentally raised the prices of games in India and the U.K. today.
The switch from Microsoft Points is inflating the price of games in some regions.
Developer Ska Studios responds to a Russian hacker’s excuse for pirating and rereleasing the game as a PC port.
The Xbox 360′s digital-game library won’t migrate to the Xbox One.
After two weeks on PC, Pocketwatch Games finally releases its chaotic thieving title on Xbox 360.
In the upcoming console wave, the flexibility of each platform may be equally or more important than hardware power.
The honest trials and tribulations of an indie game developer.
Nintendo is making the Wii U eShop experience painless for indie developers. How about Microsoft and Sony?
Jordan Mechner, creator of Prince of Persia, returns to gaming with a digital version of Karateka.
Leave your body at the door. … Naughty Bear: Panic in Paradise is one party no one can survive.
Ubisoft’s next shooter is Thunder Wolves, a game from Hungary-based studio Most Wanted.
We go hands-on with Spartacus Legends, based on the Starz TV show.
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Microsoft and Red Bull team up on Crashed Ice Kinect game for Xbox Live Arcade.
Klei Entertainment game designer Nels Anderson offers some insight into the development process for Mark of the Ninja.
Here’s what makes Mark of the Ninja unique to the stealth genre.
The act of charity comes after McGrath’s wife found a marrow donor to help treat her recent Leukemia diagnosis.
Editor’s Pick Indie devs trumpet the importance of quality content, ridicule free-to-play gaming.
Journey lead designer Jenova Chen told GamesBeat why he prefers working with Sony. It has everything to do with the audience that he wishes to reach with his work.
In the year 2018, an alien spaceship breaks in two and crashes on Earth. Terrible invading machines emerge from the wreckage and assemble treacherous gauntlets in the middle of Baghdad and Tokyo. Good thing they know how to implement gamification in their invasion….
Alan Wake’s American Nightmare is change-up for hardcore fans of Remedy Entertainment‘s story-driven psychological thriller Alan Wake. It is available as an Xbox Live Arcade downloadable title for $15 on the Xbox 360. The experience is a real stand-alone game, but it is not as deep or sophisticated as a $60 console game. It has its own self-contained story and a fun new arcade mode that makes the game play much more enjoyable.
After a stint in film, Jordan Mechner, a legendary game developer who created The Prince of Persia blockbuster video game series, is coming back into video games to remake his 1980s hit Karateka.
1991 was a good year for The Simpsons. Some all-time classic episodes aired, the series won a couple of Emmy awards, Bart Simpson t-shirts were still in fashion, and the family starred in an A-list arcade game. It was a better year than 2011, where the series closed in on its 500th episode while a few fans kept up the old argument over when the exact shark-jumping moment happened.
PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Portable manufacturer Sony has started a $20 million program to fund independent developers making exclusive downloadable games for its consoles, the company announced on Wednesday.
Microsoft‘s Xbox Live Arcade game-download service has become one of the hit platforms in the age of digital game distribution. And Foundation 9 Entertainment, a big but little-known game developer, has quietly come to dominate games on the platform, VentureBeat has learned.
European game publisher Redspotgames may be the Sega Dreamcast’s final champion. After releasing several titles on the now-defunct console over the past few years, the company apparently has plans to bring even more games to the Dreamcast, according to gaming site Joystiq.