This week's "The Buzz" rounds up reactions to Epic Games' decision to slice Unreal Engine licensing revenue sharing by over half (favoring creators), as well as Nintendo's plans on releasing 20-30 indie games a week on Switch.
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.
PUBG Corp. is taking a swim in its pile of money after a huge upswing in revenue and drops its lawsuit against Epic Games Korea. Corsair acquires Elgato Gaming. Sony Interactive Entertainment CEO weighs in on Sony's stance about cross-play.
Former QA contractor responds to Epic's lawsuit. Star Control creators create GoFundMe campaign for legal fund. Ubisoft CEO talks about politics in the French publisher's games.
'Fortnite' is printing money on iOS. The Netherlands cracks down on loot boxes. 'Crackdown 3' loses creator and development partner.
Company says it's interested in fan feedback while proceeding to completely ignore what the fans have actually requested
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.