In this week’s gaming news, YouTube looks to make its platform more transparent for gaming content creators, Riot Games releases plans to produce “completable” games, and Facebook looks to the future of its VR platform by acquiring Beat Saber developer Beat Games. YouTube changes online content rules, relaxes restrictions on violence depicted in gaming contentYouTube …
In gaming industry news this week, Microsoft looks like the early winner in cloud gaming, Amazon looks to join the game streaming fray too, and Valve reemerges with news of a Half-Life game in VR, coming soon. Microsoft announces launch date, additional information for Project xCloud following the launch of Google StadiaDuring X019, Microsoft’s corporate …
In this week’s gaming news breakdown, Google will be releasing Stadia without core features, Apple announced its foray into the Mixed Reality industry, and Twitch launched an app to assist new streamers in content creation. Concerns raised for Google Stadia launchGoogle’s cloud-based gaming platform Stadia launches next week, and the company recently unveiled the lineup …
This week, YouTube took up arms against Twitch and Mixer, China placed heavy video game restrictions on its minors, and recent video game sales prove that software is king to hardware in 2019.
In this week’s gaming news, popular entertainment news outlets Deadspin and Kotaku are in the middle of an organizational shake-up, Electronic Arts reignites its partnership with Valve, and Sony cuts costs by eliminating its PlayStation Vue TV service.
In this week’s gaming news breakdown, Mixer and Twitch continue the battle for top streamers, Ubisoft changed the release date of multiple AAA titles, and Bethesda expanded its foray into the mobile games market by acquiring Alpha Dog Games.
This week, Riot Games puts the “games” in Games with announcement of new upcoming titles, and Google commits to launching Stadia next month.
This week, Epic Games was hit with a class-action lawsuit and Sony lifted the veil on its next-generation console.
This week, Switch Lite users joined the class-action lawsuit against Nintendo for “Joy-Con drift,” Sony made pricing and selection alterations to its PlayStation Now streaming service, and the developers behind the Mario & Luigi RPG series filed for bankruptcy.
In this week’s gaming news breakdown, Google launched its own game subscription service for Android, Nintendo released Mario Kart Tour to a slew of mixed reviews, and Facebook revealed a number of improvements coming to the Oculus Quest.
This week, a leaked ESA pitch deck provided a glimpse into the potential future of E3, and both Apple’s Apple Arcade service and Nintendo’s Switch Lite console launched to positive reviews.
In this week’s gaming news, GameStop announced its plans to close up to 200 stores, Apple released final details of its Apple Arcade, and EA opened a technical trial of its upcoming cloud gaming service Project Atlas.
This week, Alec Holowka passed away proceeding accusations of sexual assault, a popular toy reviews YouTube channel is facing an FTC complaint, and Microsoft partnered with SK Telecom to test Project xCloud in South Korea.
In this week’s gaming news breakdown, Riot Games settled a gender-discrimination lawsuit, several game developers were accused of sexual assault, and Bungie gave a statement regarding video game publisher Activision.
In this week’s gaming news breakdown, Game Informer lost seven members of its editorial staff, pricing for the upcoming Apple Arcade was uncovered, and Sony continues to rival Microsoft with the acquisition of Spider-Man developer Insomniac Games.