Analyst firm, Niko Partners, has released a new report detailing how China goes about approving (and denying) video games for release on console, PC, and now mobile.
From Software's game sales have snowballed from good to great to massive over the last 10 years.
Vampyr developer DONTNOD, Surge's Deck13, Sumo Digital and more lead the French publisher's slate.
Kabam is following through on its strong interest in expanding its mobile gaming business, and partnering with a Chinese service provider may help it overcome China's strict approval process.
The rise of the Epic Games Store and its subsequent exclusivity deals with titles like Metro: Exodus has raised questions about which party is responsible and whether the practice is anti-consumer.
The prolific Romero couple and their studio might be part of Paradox's World of Darkness IP strategy.
Games industry veteran Klaas Kersting's Phoenix Games was revealed this week, along with its plans for 'multiple acquisitions' in 'the coming months.'
Former Sony president and CEO will step down as chairman in June, but his past with PlayStation will be fondly remembered.
Despite a drop in profits and revenue last quarter, CD Projekt's executives stressed that the company is in good health and that 2019 will be a strong year for the company.
A convoluted game card scheme will try to take the place of convenient digital-at-retail code purchases.