Jade Raymond doesn't bristle when asked about the small number of women working in the videogame industry. It's a question she gets a lot since she's one of the few female executives running a major…
Game Developers Conference
We are at the absolute end of the road for gaming consoles. There is no reason that you are going to need a dedicated gaming machine in the next year or two.
With Sony and Microsoft gearing up to release a new generation of videogame consoles that boast more realistic graphics, Hollywood’s influence on the gaming biz is getting tougher to ignore. The…
“Journey” is getting used to making the trip to the podium. After winning big at the D.I.C.E. Awards, in February, thatgamecompany’s “Journey” captured six of the 11 main Game Developers Choice…
Independent filmmakers may have Sundance, but indie gamemakers head to San Francisco.
When “Disney Infinity” launches later this summer, the videogame-toy hybrid will represent not only a new direction for Disney Interactive, it will also give the Mouse House a unique way to promote…
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment has opened the doors to WB Games San Francisco, a new development studio that will specialize in creating free-to-play, mobile, social and browser-based games…
As Disney's interactive unit focuses on producing games for social networking sites and mobile platforms, the company has acquired South Korean game developer Studio Ex.
Sony has been on a winning streak lately, moving more of its PlayStation 3 into homes, fueled in part by a redesign and a price cut last year.
Get ready for a "Project Greenlight" for the gaming world. America Online and Cartoon Network are teaming up to offer the winning team from the upcoming Independent Games Festival the vidgame…
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