With tabletop game publishers and console manufacturers staring down the barrel of a 10% tax, the U.S. government opts to delay implementation until after the holiday shopping season.
Nate Mitchell has left, marking the end of an era, as all the original Oculus leaders are no longer at the company.
The ESA left a list of addresses, phone numbers, and email addresses exposed with no security. Now harassment campaigns have started against some on the list, and the ESA may be legally liable according to experts.
GameStop share price continues to sink as company struggles to regroup in the face of digital distribution and subscription gaming.
The UK company tells GameDaily that Tencent's funding will enable the retro-focused cloud platform to scale quickly.
Xbox One is nearing end-of-life, but Microsoft's big bet on ecosystem-over-console is working well.
The US retailer has partnered with design firm R/GA to focus on 'unique in-store experiences.' Analysts seem mixed on GameStop's long-term prospects, however.
DFC Intelligence notes that games are on pace to become the largest entertainment sector, but Digi-Capital warns that too much enthusiasm from investors 'could have unintentionally created a financial overhang.'
Nexon was an initial investor in the studio founded by Patrick Soderlund. Embark will now become a consolidated subsidiary of Nexon as the developer continues working on two ambitious future projects. (Photo credit: Christian Petersen/Getty Images)
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.