Publisher says sale of sealed and unopened games still constitutes unauthorised reselling if listed as new
Politics & Law
Grassroots movements aims to demonstrate the damage leaving the European Union will do to the UK games industry
Market growth down to five per cent for first half of 2018, compared to nearly 30 per cent the year prior
Like films, games featuring "unconstitutional" symbols can now be submitted for age-rating in Germany
Game MD Felix Falk on the long struggle to allow games tackling Nazism and its imagery to be rated in Germany, and the responsibility of being part of "the social discourse"
Users won't be able to download games from long-running site any more; "It's not worth it for us to risk potentially disastrous consequences"
UPDATE: RCL claims it was awarded a licence extension, but Sky says it "failed on all counts" to meet the criteria
Company issues official statement on omission after it was discovered in early copies
One-fourth of company's smelters and refiners aren't following protocols to prevent human rights abuses
"The current audio visual output of the repository creates content that infringes on Electronic Arts copyright," says publisher
State public service commission revokes approval of Charter, Time Warner merger due to "various instances of misconduct"
Tariq Lacy retracts embezzlement accusations against studio CEO Hiroaki Yura
Court rules in favour of employee who quit due to circulation of offensive photoshopped images
However, Bulgarian cracker claims he voluntarily went to police, reached out to DRM firm for peaceful solution
Valve's attempts to comply with loot box regulations continue apace
GamesIndustry.biz issues correction over erroneous news story
Purchasable mask and AI bot caused offence across Korea and China with allusions to Imperial Japan
Capcom's patent upheld by IP High Court in case stretching back to 2016
Riot Games parent company wins non-compete suit in China
Knives Out developer calls complaint a "shameless attempt" to monopolize a genre
Arbitration clause in end-user license agreement protects developer RSI from refund claims in court
Retailers no longer to pre-sell games that are coming soon, courts have ruled
Platform holder says ongoing patent dispute and defendant's games business are completely separate matters