The publisher moved quickly to rectify the problem with Stellaris: Galaxy Command after fans on Reddit pointed out that in-game assets had been taken from the Halo series. The game's beta has been taken down in order to undergo a full content audit.
Reaction to the move has been almost universally negative, with effects stretching beyond the games industry.
The months-long saga reaches a boiling point as Fox prepares to take Raizada and Sclavos to court.
A joint statement from CEO Randy Pitchford and former legal counsel Wade Callender stated 'the evidence exonerated... Pitchford from the allegations against him.' The two parties have been embroiled in a legal battle since October 2018.
Founding partner at Premack Rogers PLLC, Dan Lee Rogers, walks us through the implications of reselling digital games in a marketplace not really built for that kind of transaction. (Yet.)
The legal firm handling the Joy-Con drift lawsuit has amended its complaint filed back in July. One attorney tells GameDaily that it seems like a premature move.
The tumultuous past surrounding ownership of the Duke Nukem property has left its composer frustrated.
Frogwares games pulled from storefronts amid dispute with publisher, Focus Home Interactive [Update]
Frogwares, which has made a number of detective games using the Sherlock Holmes IP, said that it is bracing 'for a significant loss.' The developer claims that Focus Home refuses to transfer Title IDs back to Frogwares, even though their contract has expired.
Valve can still appeal, and it's unclear if this legislative approach will be taken by other countries. If the ruling holds, the repercussions for developers and the industry could be huge.
The Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee has issued a report recommending that the UK government regulate loot boxes under gambling law and ban them from children. [Update: ESA weighs in]