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5:30 PM on 07.10.2014

EA: Dungeon Keeper mobile wasn't 'in tune' with the brand

In a chat with GamesIndustry International about Electronic Arts' place in mobile gaming, EA Mobile executive VP Frank Gibeau said that, going forward, the company's focus will be to better figure out how to do free-to-play t...

Jordan Devore





3:45 PM on 07.10.2014

Watch Dogs underscored a record first quarter for Ubisoft

Ubisoft set lofty predictions for its 2014 fiscal year first-quarter performance, and then it blew right by them. Estimating €310 million (approximately $422 million) in sales, the publisher reported first-quarter s...

Brett Makedonski

3:15 PM on 07.10.2014

Gamestop on getting involved in early development: 'You won't see us involved in the creative process'

A few days ago, we heard that retailer GameStop could be gearing up for "getting involved at the time of game development where there could be some content exclusive to [the retailer] included in the game." Naturally, few peo...

Steven Hansen

2:20 PM on 07.08.2014

Help us decipher this Battleborn tweet from Gearbox's Randy Pitchford

This morning, Gearbox Software announced its next game, Battleborn, a cooperative first-person shooter that has elements traditionally found in multiplayer online battle arenas like League of Legends. Or, put another way: Perfect. I've been in the market for a hobby-grade co-op campaign with meta-growth and choice.

Jordan Devore

11:15 AM on 07.08.2014

GameStop wants to get involved early in the development process of games

Love it or hate it, GameStop does one of the best jobs in the gaming industry with regard to getting exclusive content for its customers. It's so good at it that it's a main reason that GameStop's one of the top videogame ret...

Brett Makedonski

2:00 PM on 07.05.2014

A trick prevents Majesco stock from being delisted

Majesco is no longer in danger of being delisted from the NASDAQ stock exchange, thanks to some clever accounting. The Cooking Mama and Zumba Fitness publisher pulled off a reverse stock split last month, reducing its outstan...

Kyle MacGregor



Nintendo's humorous shareholder Q&A summarized photo
Nintendo's humorous shareholder Q&A summarized
by Jordan Devore

Jonathan told you how Nintendo's 74th annual general meeting of shareholders came across like a bad comments section. Now, here's that meeting in-depth as translated by Nintendo itself.

Notably, CEO Satoru Iwata was absent due to his health (please understand), but Shigeru Miyamoto and Genyo Takeda were present to field most of the questions. Some of them were pretty out there, like the one from a shareholder who proclaimed he was angry because he didn't understand gaming and god forbid Nintendo talk about gaming at its meetings. Good stuff.

If you'd rather have the short (but not too short) version, I've summarized some of the best bits.

The 74th Annual General Meeting of Shareholders [Nintendo]

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5:00 PM on 07.03.2014

Crytek UK has stopped work on Homefront: The Revolution

Amid recent reports of unpaid employees and mismanagement at Crytek, we are now seeing clear signs of trouble within the development studio. The UK branch of Crytek, which is actively working on Homefront: The Revolution...

Alessandro Fillari

3:15 PM on 07.01.2014

EA explains why it abandoned 3DS, Vita for phones, tablets

While EA is still banking on the Xbox One and PS4, COO Peter Moore explained to GamesIndustry that doesn't extend to the 3DS and PlayStation Vita. No, Moore seems to think dedicated gaming consoles are a thing of the past. "W...

Steven Hansen

2:15 PM on 07.01.2014

Nintendo's Satoru Iwata's approval up 3%, still low, Miyamoto's down 6%

Along with airing weird grievances, Nintendo's recent shareholders meeting allowed shareholders a chance to vote for or against everyone on the board. Satoru Iwata's 2014 approval rating of 80.64% is an increase compared...

Steven Hansen

11:00 AM on 06.30.2014

Rhode Island agrees to $4.4 million settlement in 38 Studios lawsuit

Rhode Island has reached a $4.4 million settlement agreement with one of the defendants named in the state's lawsuit over the failed deal, according to court filings released Friday. The suit alleges defendant Moses Afonso Ry...

Kyle MacGregor

3:45 PM on 06.27.2014

Money in the bank: Nintendo's still got over $10 billion in assets

We've long known about Nintendo's war chest, which in 2012 was $10 billion in the bank and $6 billion in additional assets. Those numbers have shrunk (probably due in part to the large scale share buyback for investors with c...

Steven Hansen





2:45 PM on 06.27.2014

Mario Kart 8 sales hit 2 million in under a month

Mario Kart 8 sold 1.2 million copies in its first weekend of release. Reports from Nintendo's shareholders meeting are putting the sales, just under a month after release, at 2 million now. Pretty good for a Wii U game.&...

Steven Hansen

10:30 AM on 06.25.2014

Survey: Poor work conditions, sexism, violence hurt industry's reputation

In an International Game Developers Association survey of 2,200 developers, the majority of respondents said that society's negative perception of the videogame industry stems from reports of the industry's poor working ...

Steven Hansen

9:00 AM on 06.25.2014

Crytek allegedly having trouble paying staff, cancels Ryse sequel

Crytek's various studios have been bleeding staff, cancelling games (including a sequel to Xbox One exclusive Ryse), and struggling to pay staff, according to sources speaking to Kotaku and Eurogamer.  Kotaku's ten ...

Steven Hansen



Video: Ubisoft is now luring consumers into pre-orders with gambling photo
Video: Ubisoft is now luring consumers into pre-orders with gambling
by Bill Zoeker

Ubisoft has launched a new tactic for netting pre-orders for Assassin's Creed: Unity in the form of a digital slot machine. Pre-order customers gain 5 free spins every Friday, and prizes include everything from in-game content to a trip to Paris. While participants pay no actual money to play, using gambling as a way to attract customers still feels a bit sleazy. 

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