The ESRB: Twenty Years of Sex and Violence

President Patricia Vance on rating board's first two decades, Hot Coffee as a highlight, and the challenges ahead

By Brendan Sinclair

Bomb Gaza pulled from Google Play

Bomb-the-militants game yanked from sale; other Gaza-themed apps remain available

By Brendan Sinclair

New UK anti-piracy scheme issues four warnings then...nothing

Voluntary Copyright Alert Programme to slap wrists of IP thieves

By Dan Pearson

Cuts to Quebec tax credits could stifle industry - Martin Carrier

Head of provincial lobby group says new jobs could be lost to Europe, US, and Ontario

By Brendan Sinclair

Mayor Boris could bring back London Games Festival

Greater London Authority seeks approval for research project

By Rachel Weber

Microsoft launching Xbox One in China this September

Console will be the first to take advantage of Shanghai Free Trade Zone

By Dan Pearson

UK Minister for Culture wants developers to work with young people

Ed Vaizey MP speaks following the confirmation of tax relief for UK games studios

By Rachel Weber

UK Games Tax Relief: TIGA's response

Dr Richard Wilson presents TIGA's perspective on a hard-fought campaign

By Richard Wilson

UK Games Tax Relief: UKIE's reponse

Dr Jo Twist gives her take on what the EU decision means for UK devs

By Jo Twist

State Senator Leland Yee arrested

California politician who penned game law that went before Supreme Court up on corruption charges

By Brendan Sinclair

UKIE frustrated by missing tax relief

Rumours prove false as Budget fails to feature

By Rachel Weber

TIGA's Open Letter to the Chancellor, George Osborne

Delay in tax relief will cost jobs unless rectified soon, says Richard Wilson

By Dan Pearson

Why The Violent Game Debate Actually Isn't Over

Ninja Metrics CEO Dmitri Williams offers a counterpoint on the violent games topic - the issue runs much deeper in our society, he says

By Dmitri Williams

Livingstone Hopes: Why Eidos' President is opening a school

"We need to train kids today for jobs that don't yet exist"

By Dan Pearson

China temporarily lifts ban on foreign consoles

Deal requires machines to be made in Shanghai's free trade zone

By Dan Pearson

The violent game debate is over

A year after Newtown, the industry is getting all the defense it needs from games it never wanted to make in the first place

By Brendan Sinclair

Snowden papers allege NSA/GCHQ embedded in WoW, XBL

Agencies monitor individuals, recruit players and record conversations

By Dan Pearson

Microsoft to sever all ties with KSI

London launch event "does not represent Microsoft's endorsement of KSI's personal views." [UPDATE: KSI rep responds, "Sexism is not something he condones or wants to be associated with"]

By Dan Pearson

Scotland gets its own video game trade body

Scottish Games Network officially forms to represent talent in the region

By Matt Martin

WB Games expanding Montreal studio by 100 devs

Quebec invests $63 million into Batman: Arkham Origins studio to up headcount within five years

By Brendan Sinclair

GTA V actors reject accusations of encouraging violence

Parents should take more control and stop being hypocritical, say stars

By Dan Pearson

Screen Australia backs 21 indie games

Hands over $2.6 million to back country's developers

By Rachel Weber

GTA V may not be misogynist - but its 'supporters' are

This vicious treatment of unpopular opinions robs us all of the chance to have nuanced discussions about our medium

By Rob Fahey

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