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GamesBeat Summit 2019 will feature more than 90 speakers, including talks on gaming communities related to refugees, peace, climate change, and accessibility.
Microsoft announced a new batch of titles coming to Xbox Game Pass throughout April, including some third-party heavy hitters like Monster Hunter: World.
Nomadic has unveiled a sequel to its virtual reality arcade first-person shooter game Arizona Sunshine. The new title is dubbed Arizona Sunshine: Rampage.
Kabam announced today that it is partnering with NetEase to bring the mobile fighting game Marvel Contest of Champions to China.
Tilting Point takes existing mobile games and uses its expertise to acquire users efficiently with big marketing campaigns.
Unlike most horror games, the asymmetrical multiplayer game Last Year: The Nightmare leans more to the campy vibe of ‘90s slasher flicks.
Ian Howe, CEO of Skybound Games, talks about how the company rushed to acquire Telltale’s The Walking Dead: The Final Season and published it.
Nielsen’s SuperData said it has created a tool that enables game developers and publishers to predict the future digital sales of a game.
Ubisoft Winnipeg’s Darryl Long details how his studio uses AI and cloud computing to help the French publisher make massive games — quicker and better.
Sony has updated its refund policy for its digital gaming store. The PlayStation Store will now allow refunds for preordered digital games.
Quest is due to launch this spring too, so it’s likely Rec Room will arrive alongside it.
Remedy launches its Control supernatural third-person action adventure game on the consoles and PC on August 27. Dean Takahashi played it at PAX East.
Razer is launching the Razer Turret, a wireless keyboard and mouse for the Xbox One video game console.
We knew that Robo Recall was coming to Quest and we assumed that it would have to be a heavy downgrade, but seeing it in action was still a bit of a shock.
Good news: the Dreams Early Access launch is just a few weeks away. Bad news: it definitely won’t support PSVR. For now, at least.
Kati Levoranta, CEO of Rovio, wants to take Angry Birds beyond the 4 billion or so people that it has already reached.
We may all be looking forward to the day HoloLens and Magic Leap are affordable, but smartphone AR still has plenty of room to grow.
Bit Brigade performs classic video game soundtracks while someone speedruns the title live, and it’s awesome.
Abstraction Games announced today that Shadowgate will release for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch on April 11.
The accidental game companies — big tech companies like Amazon, Google, Facebook, and Apple — have now become intentional game companies.
Phil Harrison, vice president at Google in charge of the Stadia cloud gaming platform, will be a speaker at GamesBeat Summit 2019.
Nintendo Switch Online is already a pretty affordable service, but now Twitch Prime members can try it at no additional cost.