Four years of work on Burning Crusade server brought to an end within five hours of launch
Politics & Law
Developers and games firms from the region now able to bring the equipment they need into US
US judge rules it unconstitutional for laws to block where AR titles may be played
Scott Ludlam resigns over dual citizenship mistake, sending "shockwaves" through the developer community
Composer Alex Mauer claims Conatus Creative used her music without permission, Conatus say Mauer claims are false
Baseball organisation has until July 26th to submit opposition to Blizzard logo
I thought that this is impossible. I can't possibly write music for this game. I'm just not good enough
The Pokémon Company's intervention signals the end for the popular mod
Improbable's Oliver Lewis and Nick Button-Brown want to unlock the potential of games as an antidote for "fake news, bias and extremism"
BGI needs £8 million a year for its plans, rising to as much as £12 million after three years
Riot Games is trying to prevent League of Legends being ripped off by a cloning outfit, but is there more that store operators could do to protect creators?
Lawsuit is reportedly the third time Shanghai Moonton has infringed Riot's IP
Meet the Syrian and Iranian developers making an opportunity of Donald Trump's travel ban - with a little help from Unity
Some donations are now be tax deductible, next GaymerX event will be held in NYC this November
Singer-songwriter upset by hit song "The Wanderer" appearing in "repugnant" ad without proper consent
"Digital" added to recognise the UK government's "significant new responsibilities"
Take-Two and Rockstar have agreed to focus on GTA Online mods, an updated version of OpenIV is now available
First time the country's leader will open long-running video games expo
Injunction hearing started this week, with Zenimax asking for $500 million additional damages and a 20% cut of Oculus' revenue
Force Hax and Menyoo withdrawn, but OpenIV's community is fighting back against cease-and-desist order
Take-Two's takedown notice was due to specific problems with OpenIV "enabling malicious mods"
Publisher instructs other companies not to hire ex-staff, blocked Kojima Productions health insurance application
Ashly Burch only served as a consultant for Chloe in three-part prequel Before the Storm
Witcher studio says it won't meet ransom demand to prevent release of early development documents
Andy Robson apologises for Facebook rant, but Rami Ismail says such attitudes have a "stifling effect" on developers