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Resident Evil: Village is the third biggest PS5 launch so far | UK Boxed Charts

But physical sales down over previous Resident Evil games

By Christopher Dring

Activision no longer working with Call of Duty actor after hateful sexist comments

A video resurfaced on social media showing Jeff Leach making offensive, sexual and threatening remarks targeting women

By Marie Dealessandri

Epic reportedly offered $200m to Sony for PlayStation exclusives

The firm also reportedly started discussions with Microsoft and noted that securing first-party Nintendo games would be a "moonshot"

By Marie Dealessandri

Latest Publishing articles

How Women in Gaming survived its publisher's demise

Meagan Marie explains how Crystal Dynamics stepped in after Prima Games, the original publisher of her book, shut down right after launch

By Brendan Sinclair

Podcast: IO's independence, with Hakan Abrak | GI Live Online

Hitman studio's CEO on the journey to self-publishing and achieving the vision for the World of Assassination trilogy

By GamesIndustry Staff

"I felt that I had no choice," says Wolfire CEO about Valve antitrust lawsuit

"Most developers have little or no choice but to sell on Steam and do as they're told by Valve," David Rosen argued

By Marie Dealessandri

Resident Evil Village | Critical Consensus

Capcom's survival horror title is met with positive reactions, but critics say a strong start is followed by an uneven second half

By Jeffrey Rousseau

Nintendo appointing Despicable Me studio head to board of directors

Animation studio behind Mario movie gains influence as Illumination Entertainment CEO Chris Meledandri expected to join board next month

By Brendan Sinclair

Three key discoverability takeaways from the Epic/Apple lawsuit

GameDiscoverCo's Simon Carless looks at the data around platform splits, exclusives and free games revealed in this week's legal proceedings

By Simon Carless

Can Returnal pave the way for $70 AAA roguelikes? | Podcast

Latest episode also discusses the demand for socially responsible developers, and Toys For Bob's shift to Call of Duty support

By GamesIndustry Staff

Navarro, Caravella and Shoemaker to leave Giant Bomb

The trio's last day will be May 7, with more information about the future of the site to be shared "later this week or next"

By Marie Dealessandri

Hypercasual UA and ad monetization in a post-IDFA world

Adjust's Katie Madding shares some best practices to minimise the impact of iOS 14.5

By Katie Madding

League of Legends animated series lands at Netflix

Arcane will premiere globally on the streaming service in autumn 2021

Solving the marketing mystery of Loop Hero

Faced with promoting an intentionally enigmatic game, Devolver Digital's Robbie Paterson drew inspiration from a Nine Inch Nails ARG and old PC gaming magazines

By Jeffrey Rousseau

Official PlayStation Magazine re-launches as Play

Long-running UK periodical retired as editorial staff starts over from issue 1; subscriptions carried over automatically

By Brendan Sinclair

GameStop opening new US east coast fulfillment center

New 700,000 square-foot Pennsylvania facility opens later this year, intended to support ecommerce "transformation"

By Brendan Sinclair

Returnal | Critical Consensus

Critics praise Housemarque's roguelike shooter for fast-paced combat and unforgiving, gorgeous world, but say it misses the mark on some key aspects

By Marie Dealessandri

Gfinity acquires Fortnite fan site

The esports company will leverage Drawnite.com to expand its publishing platform, Gfinity Digital Media

Wolfire Games files antitrust lawsuit against Valve

The developer argues that Valve uses its dominant position on the PC market to "exploit publishers and consumers"

By Marie Dealessandri

MTG loses money in Q1 despite greater revenues

ESL Gaming parent company doesn't expect a significant return to live esports events until 2022

By Brendan Sinclair

US game sales up 30% during Q1 2021 | US Quarterly Report

Consumer spending on gaming reached $14.92 billion from January to March 2021, NPD Group reports

By Marie Dealessandri

PS5 sales surge in March across Europe | EMEAA Charts

Comparisons to first lockdown look weak, but overall a strong month despite a lack of new games

By Christopher Dring

GOG reveals 1.39% refund rate

Statistic applies to purchases since adoption of permissive refund policy

By Jeffrey Rousseau

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