Sony's PlayStation 4 console has rolled out a big new update to users.
"Violation of copyright laws and trademark laws" are at the forefront of Blizzard's suit against the mobile developer.
Fifa 15 publisher Electronic Arts has launched a stern defence of its decision to reconfigure the transfer market within the game’s popular Ultimate Team mode.
The Beast Incarnate ends speculation on his future as well as his MMA career.
Adam delves into the world of mobile games with a first look at Allstar Heroes on iPhone.
Clash of Clans maker Supercell has posted annual revenues of €1.55bn (£1.13bn) from its three titles.
Bloodborne’s horror, at a glance, approaches cliché. Yharnam, the city in which Hidetaka Miyazaki’s latest game is centered, is beleaguered with plague, its streets all grime and squalor.
Taking players to a stunning animated world, Ori sets the task of guiding its eponymous hero – a diminutive sprite – to help save the mystical forest he calls home.
Visual novels are a hard sell in the west, the largely Japanese genre being barely a step above choose-your-own-adventure books. The minimal interactivity and reams of text often prove an instant turn-off for many players, so this effort to enliven them seems worthy of attention.
The PlayStation 4 and Xbox One are likely to be the last dedicated games consoles as we know them, according to the boss of Twitch TV.
It was exactly 20 years ago, a warm, late-summer afternoon.
Smartphone gaming is a tough business – even for the companies at the very top. Candy Crush Saga developer King has struggled to develop new games beyond its hit “match-three” puzzler, while Rovio announced more than 200 lay-offs in August as part of an attempt to restructure and refocus its increasingly bloated business.
There’s been a lot of chat lately about why people might stop playing games – in particular why little girls who grew up with consoles don’t seem to stick with the hobby as they get older.