Stardock unable to confirm whether sci-fi title will return to GOG after takedown notice
Politics & Law
Publisher explains story-based decision behind relationship but admits it was poorly executed
Setting up a German subsidiary enabled recruitment of new talent amid political turmoil in the UK, says Bulkhead Interactive CEO Joe Brammer
An "important first step" to helping making parents make informed purchasing decisions, says PEGI managing director
The Carlton and the Floss removed from game as creators pursue Epic Games for damages
Take-Two and Rockstar say use of Pinkerton and trademarks is protected under the First Amendment
Developer says new values are a "guide for who we want to be"
Pomerantz LLP looking into claims that company leadership engaged in securities fraud, other unlawful practice
10 days before Gearbox sued Wade Callender, he filed a discrimination claim against CEO Randy Pitchford alleging religious harassment
Mother of Orange Shirt Kid sues Epic Games for copyright infringement following campaign that saw dance included in-game
Ex-Gearbox lawyer, CEO Randy Pitchford enter legal battle over contract violations, corporate irresponsibility
Wade Callender accuses Pitchford of receiving secret $12 million bonus from Borderlands, other allegations involving potential underage pornography
How developers, publishers and more are preparing for the worst following next week's vote
UPDATE: UKIE and ISFE also urged WHO to "reconsider the mounting evidence" during formal dialogue last month
Update: Spilt Milk Studios brings Lazarus back at least temporarily, while Bossa's Worlds Adrift is "operating as normal"
Steel Division developer says dismissals unrelated to last year's strike, were due to use of "a professional tool for an inappropriate purpose"
Requirements affect in-game communications and related UI
Lawsuit over similarities between Fallout Shelter and Westworld game settled "amicably"
UPDATE: Law amended to combat illegitimate serial code sales in online auctions, penalty ranges from ¥5 million fine to jail sentence
Stardock denied injunction against Ford and Reiche's DMCA notice, title removed from GOG and Steam
French labor union accuses Steel Division developer of retaliatory behavior as dispute goes to tribunal
Group convened by Trump in wake of mass shooting earlier this year suggests schools monitor internet access, media ratings bodies review policies
[UPDATE]: Developer says the takedown was for promoting and advertising game mod tools, "not directly related" to leaking
"The game workers' decision to unionise with the IWGB should be a wake up call for the UK's gaming industry," says IWGB general secretary
Call of Duty development studio among dozens of businesses, schools, news outlets receiving threats today
Mediation program results in undisclosed agreement between companies, dismissal of appeals