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ZeniMax shuts down fan remake of Doom

Modder pulls the project after legal warning, is forbidden to infringe on Bethesda trademarks again

By James Batchelor

Riot Games accused of non-compliance with gender discrimination investigation

State of California turns to the courts for help, but Riot insists it has cooperated since the beginning

By Matthew Handrahan

Star Control legal dispute was resolved by a phone call and mutual love of beekeeping

Series creators and Stardock will work together on multiple games and exchange technology, honey and homemade mead

By James Batchelor

Nintendo partially pulls Switch production out of China to limit damage by US tariffs

Sources claim three Switch models -- the current, and two rumoured revamps -- are now being made in Southeast Asia

By James Batchelor

Unity faces lawsuit as John Riccitiello accused of sexual harassment

UPDATE: Engine provider says it will "defend vigorously against the false allegations" from former employee who claims she was unfairly dismissed

By James Batchelor

Star Control creators settle legal battle with Stardock

Fred Ford and Paul Reiche III say dispute was settled "amicably and in a way where the fans are the biggest winners"

By James Batchelor

Epic collaborates with dance creator on Fortnite emote

Developer changes tact after series of lawsuits over alleged copyright infringement dominate headlines

By Haydn Taylor

Devs hit Apple with class action lawsuit

Tech giant accused of anti-competitive practices and "profit killing" commissions

By Haydn Taylor

Eight ways your games can inspire climate action

“I want to see games trade material growth for social growth,” says Fe designer and climate activist Hugo Bille

By Haydn Taylor

Time to take responsibility over gaming disorder | Opinion

Disputed classification is about helping people, not scapegoating an industry

By Haydn Taylor

The games industry and mental health | Opinion

Dr Jo Twist OBE, CEO of Ukie, discusses how games can help in the fight against one of the defining public health challenges of our age

By Jo Twist

Iron Maiden sue 3D Realms over Early Access title Ion Maiden

Metal band accuses developer of "incredibly blatant" infringement

By Haydn Taylor

Sony Europe taken to court for alleged consumer rights violations

ACCC alleges PlayStation Store refund policy does not reflect the consumer rights protected under Australian law

By Haydn Taylor

South Korean government split on gaming disorder

Ministry of Culture argues diagnosis violates right to cultural freedom while Ministry of Welfare supports the WHO classification

By Brendan Sinclair

Playdate handheld pressured Playdate event to change name, says organizer

Nathalie Lawhead criticizes Panic rep for "bullying" people building the culture the handheld is marketed toward

By Brendan Sinclair

Games industry being "dragged through the mud" by Belgian loot box ruling

Flemish Games Association spokesman David Verbruggen questions the motives of Belgian Gaming Commission report on loot boxes

By Haydn Taylor

US considers 25% tariff on game consoles

Trump administration proposes tax on "essentially all products" coming from China as part of escalating trade dispute

By Brendan Sinclair

US loot box bill receives bipartisan support

Republican senator's ban on loot boxes pay-to-win mechanics for children has been co-sponsored by two Democrats

By Brendan Sinclair

ZeniMax amicably resolves "Redfall" trademark dispute

Contested trademark is thought by fans to be a possible title for the next Elder Scrolls game

By Matthew Handrahan

Gearbox didn't file a grievance against former legal counsel

Wade Callender confirms that the Borderlands studio has not followed through on its threat

By Matthew Handrahan

Sega's Judgement will be available in Japan again in July

A new character model and voice will replace that of actor Pierre Taki, who was arrested on drug charges

By Matthew Handrahan

Nintendo to halt service of two mobile games in Belgium amid loot box debacle

Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp and Fire Emblem Heroes to be taken offline in Belgium on August 27

By Haydn Taylor

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