The ESA's week continues to get worse, as proof emerges the lobbying agency exposed data belonging to journalists that attended E3 2018.
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.
'Metro Exodus' executive producer, Jon Bloch, explains why developers have to eventually 'abandon games.'
The ESA Foundation's We Are initiative from E3 is now available to watch; learn from folks like Funomena's Robin Hunicke, 343's Kiki Wolfkill, Media Molecule's Siobhan Reddy and more.
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.
The Electronic Entertainment Expo is still an industry event at its heart and that's not working out so well for ticketed consumers.
Ex Telltale boss, Kevin Bruner, files suit against Telltale Games. Joseph Gordon-Levitt weighs in on the Beyond Good & Evil 2 "spec work" allegations. THQ Nordic expands its warchest by $168 million for new acquisitions.