THQ Nordic revives 16 Nickelodeon games as part of "asset care" strategy

Publisher announces return of multiple Nickoldeon titles including Invader Zim, SpongBob SquarePants, and Avatar: The Last Airbender

By Haydn Taylor

Tencent's Q4 profit doubles

Big jumps in mobile games and smaller PC growth boost Chinese giant as financial year closes

By Ben Parfitt

Ubisoft and Tencent form 'strategic agreement' to bring games to China

Tencent will publish, promote and operate Ubisoft's PC and mobile titles in its home market

By Ben Parfitt

Nintendo reveals best-selling indie Switch games

Celeste triumphs as platform holder pledges to improve eShop discoverability

By Ben Parfitt

The Ataribox becomes the Atari VCS

Hardware gets a new name, logo and look, but it's still unclear as to what precisely it has to offer

By Ben Parfitt

Arma 3 DLC raises $177,000 for charity

Bohemia Interactive donates have of all Laws of War sales revenue to the International Committee of the Red Cross

Nintendo Switch breaks records for first-year US sales

Meanwhile, NPD reports spending on games products neared $1 billion in February

By James Batchelor

Facebook Instant Games platform opens up to all developers

After nearly 18 months in closed beta, Instant Games opens up to developers with a host of new features

By Haydn Taylor

Sonic Mania finally scheduled for physical release

Updated edition will add new modes and characters as Sega tries to build on retro hit's success

By James Batchelor

"We will invest in all of Koch Media," vows THQ Nordic

New owners insists it will keep the business separate as it looks to build a “substantial, evergreen business”

By Christopher Dring

Valve quietly cracks down on Steam hate groups

Several Nazi and school shooter-themed groups deleted, but other toxic communities still remain

By James Batchelor

UK Charts: Burnout Paradise is back at No.1 after 10 years

Kirby Star Allies is fastest selling Kirby game in UK chart history

By Christopher Dring

How Kongregate plans to rival Steam with new store Kartridge

“Everybody uses Steam, but they don't necessarily love it,” says CEO Emily Greer

By James Batchelor

EA drops paid loot boxes from Star Wars Battlefront II

Loot boxes will only yield in-game credits or cosmetics like emotes and victory poses; new costumes to be sold la carte

By Brendan Sinclair

Omega Labyrinth Z the first game to be banned in the UK since Manhunt 2

PQube's dungeon crawler refused rating by Video Standards Council for "sexualisation of children"

By James Batchelor

Lockwood Publishing opens new UK studio in Newcastle

Industry veteran Joe Stevens to lead team of former Ubisoft colleagues

By Haydn Taylor

Toys R Us Canada may have a buyer

Bratz owner MGA Entertainment has submitted a bid to acquire toy retailer's profitable Canadian arm

By Brendan Sinclair

Microsoft: 'We're growing our gaming business beyond the console'

The company lays out its vision to attract two billion gamers by 2020

By Christopher Dring

Xbox moves venue at E3 2018

Why did Microsoft cross the road? (To get to a bigger venue)

By James Batchelor

Toys R Us closing all UK, US stores

[UPDATE] 100 locations and 3,000 jobs to be lost in UK; employees reportedly told all US stores would be sold or shuttered

By Brendan Sinclair

Re:Legend - the story behind Southeast Asia's biggest ever Kickstarter

Brothers DC and Welson Gan abandoned mobile to chase their "dream game", and now they're poised to become SE Asia's biggest indie success story

By Matthew Handrahan

Dotemu assembling The Arcade Crew

CEO Cyrille Imbert explains why the retro firm set up a new label to publish original indie games, starting with JoyMasher's Blazing Chrome

By Brendan Sinclair

Fears of Bethesda legal action prompts cancellation of Fallout 3 remake

Capital Wasteland scrapped as modders seek to maintain a good relationship with Elder Scrolls publisher

By James Batchelor

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