Xbox One is nearing end-of-life, but Microsoft's big bet on ecosystem-over-console is working well.
Known for its tabletop-to-digital conversion of Terraforming Mars, Onitama, and the upcoming Mansions of Madness: Mother's embrace, Lucky Hammers has been forced to close its doors and lay off nearly 70 staff members.
Willits has worked on id's biggest properties, including Quake, Doom, and Rage. His departure will not impact in-development projects like this year's Doom Eternal.
GAEMS' line of self-contained on-the-go gaming entertainment systems used to be exclusively for console players. The upcoming Guardian system opens the door for streamers and PC-focused players, too.
A G2A employee has solicited reporters and critics to break laws and post a pre-written advertisement without disclosure or disclaimer revealing the source. The company has angered the development community by allowing 'shady' Steam Gift sales, but a proposed key-blocking tool may be a baby step in the right direction.
The metal band accused the Duke Nukem developer of creating confusion through Ion Maiden's name and logo. 3D Realms relented with a name change.
The $199.99 system shaves $100 off the price of a standard Switch and trims features, including HD Rumble and TV output.
Sony executives start to give shape to its strategy for the start of the PlayStation 5's life and beyond, and it looks a lot like what we saw this generation with a greater emphasis on cloud gaming.
Fans are misunderstanding the rules of a giveaway contest, which has left some indie developers feeling like Steam's latest sale has left them in the lurch.
At E3 2019, we spoke with Sega of Europe executive vice president John Clark and vice president of marketing Anna Dowling about the company's perspective on major industry trends, building and buying new studios, and bringing core franchises like Persona to PC.