The electronics titans square off in a tangled tale of mobile technology, centered on Apple's iPhone
Think Steam Greenlight meets crowdfunding: Square Enix's new initiative will allow independent developers to get crowdsourced feedback on pitches before taking to Indiegogo for funding.
Yoichi Wada has resigned from his position in the wake of the company forecasting an "extraordinary loss" in revenue and poor sales of games such as Tomb Raider.
Publisher calls same-sex marriage an "extremely controversial topic," says it will consider feedback from players before making final decision.
The deal marks the latest agreement in its "Ouya Everywhere" effort, helping the company expand beyond the TV.
Microsoft dedicated its Xbox One press conference to assuring players that it's not the company that trotted out a controversial console last year. This time, games come first.
"The relationship options in the game represent a playful alternate world rather than a real-life simulation," Nintendo says.
A discless Xbox One with a 1TB hard drive would be a leap for the console market. As with most of the bold moves Microsoft originally sets out to make, the game industry isn't ready.
Square Enix has quietly launched a ported version of the original 1996 Tomb Raider on the iTunes app store, with support for third-party controllers.
Something for nothing and something for something: Amazon will give you a $5 Appstore credit for free and a $5 game credit with the purchase of a PC game.
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