'Fortnite' has given Epic Games the coffers it needs to do what most licensors and platform holders don't: give back to the creators that make games with their tools.
It would appear that the indie gold rush on Switch has officially begun, but Nintendo's Doug Bowser says that the company keeps discoverability top of mind.
Despite being installed by more than double the audience of its rival, 'PUBG' can't seem to entice its users to spend as much as 'Fortnite' players.
The toxicity that has become inherent in online gaming has become something much more insidious.
Bethesda has accused both Warner Bros. and developer Behaviour Interactive of stealing directly from Fallout Shelter - attorneys tell us that Bethesda appears to have a legitimate complaint.
BioWare's Jonathan Warner, game director on Anthem, talks about the evolution of the studio and how things are "pretty upbeat right now."
Nintendo Switch has been focusing on capturing the core crowd (unlike Wii) but marketing boss Doug Bowser sees the audience broadening.
'Control' is both a departure and a return for the Finnish game studio.
With the Switch version now available, fans around the world are finding that they can't continue their progression from PS4, and it's not a good look for PlayStation.
Nintendo has been singleminded about its approach to its E3 presentations over the last three years. But that's not necessarily a good thing.