Where is our review of Days Gone, and what does it have to do with PlayStation? DualShockers discusses the oft-ignored topic of media access.
A YouTuber known as Jameskii is currently having his channel held hostage by a company named Collab, which wants payment to release his copyright strike.
While the situation could impact these companies financially due to China’s gold-mine status in the geographical gaming world, they are “shrugging it off”.
A rapper from Brooklyn alleges that Epic Games, developers of Fortnite, stole his signature dance and is planning a lawsuit against the company.
Last week the rumor floodgates were blasted wide open when IDGA Mobile SIG head Kevin Dent posted a stream of tweets alleging that THQ was in dire financial straits and that the publisher was cancelling projects slated
Looks like traditional brick-and-mortar retailers have been ousted as the top earners for the games industry, at least in the U.S. A new study by NPD Group shows that gamers preferred digital distribution channels and used
Looks like it pays to go into this crazy industry we all love so. Thirty aspiring game developers have been awarded a collective $90,000 from the Entertainment Software Association in the form of a scholarship to pursue
Japanese mega publisher Square Enix has undergone a shocking stock drop over the last few hours. To be exact, their stocks have dropped by a serious 11%. I'm not exactly knowelegable when it comes to the workings
As I reported on before, the state of Louisiana is doing its best to lure in videogame development houses. So far, EA has taken advantage of this by opening their North American QA facility on the Louisiana
Every time a developer or publisher announces that it sold a certain number of copies of a game, it's very likely that there will be a bored journalist somewhere (especially during a week end) that will think
You know, with the severe drought of Xbox 360 exclusive games and franchises over the last year or so, many folks had began to assume that Microsoft was just letting the console rot because it had a
The steady decline of the Japanese gaming industry has demanded that Japanese developers reevaluate their stance. Unfortunately, the Japanese showing at this year's E3 has left some developers crestfallen. Senior executive officer of Japanese developer/publisher Square Enix
Keiji Inafune shocked many when he announced last week that he would be leaving publisher Capcom after an impeccable twenty three years with the company. The gaming masses have had little choice but to wonder what would