MMOs have long been successful on the PC. But in recent years, they have fallen flat on the console. At least one developer believes that will change going forward.
The Institute for the Future says it will launch a series of massively multiplayer forecasting games designed to employ the wisdom of the crowds in finding solutions to troubling scenarios.
Online multiplayer veteran NCsoft is aggressively marketing its new online game as the antidote to mainstream MMOs, with mucho innovation crammed into its lithe sci-fi frame
A first look at this ambitious new MMO set in the world of Skyrim and Oblivion.
Game revenue is starting to transition from one-time game fees to subscriptions. Recurring revenue will help the gaming industry evolve, just as it did for software.
Zynga has its 2013 game pipeline largely set. Will FarmVille 2.0 be part of it?
Everywhere you look, games are going free-to-play, which sounds like a good thing. But sometimes the ways developers try to part you from your money are anything but fun.
Yesterday I laid out my favorite new features in iOS 7, but today I need to vent about Apple's latest mobile OS and I hope you're willing to listen.
Virtual currencies are taking off in free-to-play games and MMOs. Is this the path forward beyond online advertising?