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In the end, the industry just didn’t want this E3 | Opinion

But could it come back?

Christopher Dring

God of War Ragnarok cleans up at BAFTA Games Awards

But Vampire Survivors is the surprise winner of Best Game

James Batchelor

E3 2023 is cancelled. ESA tells us why

ESA executive director talks about the future of the show, saying, "We remain committed to providing a platform for industry marketing"

Christopher Dring

Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba – The Hinokami Chronicles ships 3m units | News-in-brief

Sega's 3D fighter hits the shipment total nine months after becoming available on the Switch

Jeffrey Rousseau

East Side Games countersues Truly Social Games

Archer: Danger Phone partners trade litigation and breach of contract accusations

Jeffrey Rousseau

Shuhei Yoshida on his BAFTA, breaking the rules, and opening PlayStation to more indies

We speak to PlayStation’s biggest indie champion about the challenges smaller studios face today

James Batchelor

Keywords snags market firm Digital Media Management

DMM joins the service provider's Engage division, expanding its US marketing and social media offerings

Jeffrey Rousseau

Blizzard, NetEase partnership reportedly broke down over misunderstandings

NetEase allegedly suggested it could sway the Chinese government to block or support Microsoft's ABK acquisition

James Batchelor

Xbox’s Chris Charla: Game Pass isn’t disruptive

ID@Xbox chief says business concerns over subscriptions are normal and healthy

Christopher Dring

Resident Evil 4 Remake moves 3m copies in 2 days | News-in-brief

The remake of the 2005 title hits the milestone across its sales on PC, PlayStation consoles, and Xbox systems

Jeffrey Rousseau

GDC 2023 sees attendance of 28,000

San Francisco's Moscone Center hosted over 1,000 speakers; the 2024 show is set for March 18-22

Jeffrey Rousseau

EA restructuring, laying off 6% of workforce

Hundreds of employees to be cut, but CEO Andrew Wilson says publisher "is operating from a position of strength"

Brendan Sinclair