Capcom has suddenly become hardliners on banning mods of their games.
This one has high expectations riding on it for PlayStation fans.
Sony can confirm that Bungie has seen layoffs anytime they want.
Gameloft promises that Founders will continue to be served with content even if they don't spend more money after.
Atari seems to want to make itself a premier nostalgia brand to rival Nintendo.
It's easy to take for granted now, but once upon a time, video game censorship was far harsher.
This would punctuate 2023 as one of the greatest years for video game releases.
We have our own guess on what this game could possibly be.
There may be a logical reason behind this sudden change.
Nintendo may have invested in wireless video transmission technology.
These rumors come as the financial world waits to see if incoming president Hiroki Totoki will be tightening PlayStation's budget.
We don't know if this one will make it to production but it would be great if it did.
As Nintendo struggles to sell consoles, consumers can look forward to better deals.
They weren't really to offer the best defenses in this regard.
Blizzard has to sell Diablo IV in a big way to show their new bosses how they want to go.
Alan Wake's American Nightmare certainly comes to mind when looking at these.
Square Enix seems to want to use this title to introduce Final Fantasy 7 to a new generation.
Don't rattle those bones, Ubisoft's word may yet prove true.
Sony has had great historical success with these developer and third party partnerships.
There's a lot of uncertainty surrounding this news but we may never really learn what it means.
Meet your new head of Xbox, Bond. Sarah Bond.
It's clear that there are definitely Korean companies with connections to Nintendo that could be vulnerable to leaking information.
ARK has simply found its own loyal fanbase.
It's a crucial moment for Payday and their developer.