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A guest editorial from Sony Online Entertainment's John Smedley holds up surprisingly well, while other predictions of the era... don't.
Sony's big names offer flawed visions of the future while everyone else declares portables a victim of tablets
Predictions that live service games would solve the industry's problem with overwork were perhaps too optimistic
Wii U, PlayStation Vita, and Kinect's big push for core gamers made for an interesting -- but very, very doomed -- lineup at gaming's biggest showcase
An interview with Mojang's first employee offers insight on a block-building phenomenon in the works while Ubisoft tries to go Hollywood (again)
Sony's 2011 hack was covered as one of the biggest security breaches of all time, but how significant was it in the long run?
An era of exceptional upheaval has people in every corner of the industry on edge heading into GDC 2011
Big names tell developers that they're probably fine, as long as they're not making small, medium, or large games
Optimism abounded around Nintendo's 3DS and Sony's Next Generation Portable in early 2011
The publisher had to play catch-up after dismissing the mobile market in 2010, but that may have been its best course forward
Keiji Inafune identifies the root of Japanese publishers' collective slump as the Kinect hits shelves
It's time to tell the scary story of Edge Games, Tim Langdell, and the trademark dispute that would not die
Borderlands studio revives Duke Nukem Forever, dooming itself to a decade (and counting) of legal battles
A decade after being called out for a lack of female protagonists in its games, has Activision's track record actually gotten worse?
EA's Medal of Honor studio honors the troops by letting people play as the Taliban amidst a good month for bad calls
The annual hype train goes off the rails as Microsoft and Sony jump on Nintendo's motion control bandwagon
10 Years Ago This Month: Used games retailer endorses EA's Project $10 anti-used game initiative, sees little in return
10 Years Ago This Month: Streaming, motion controls, and stereoscopic 3D were all pushed as transformative technologies
10 Years Ago This Month: Jason West and Vince Zampella were marched out of Infinity Ward right into the eager arms of EA
10 Years Ago This Month: South Australian attorney general compares the threats he receives while Activision Blizzard starts a new layoff tradition
10 Years Ago This Month: Red Dead Redemption and its sequel both had crunch controversies, but the studio's reactions show some change in thinking
10 Years Ago This Month: Major publishers have been narrowing their release slates for years, but has it produced the intended results?
10 Years Ago This Month: No Russian turns the mass shooting into mass market entertainment and Nokia buries the N-Gage for good
10 Years Ago This Month: The industry casually cultivates poor fan behavior, the global economic crisis strikes back, and physical media is a burning platform
10 Years Ago This Month: Media giant planned to make super hero games internally, then spent years dismantling its own studios