Univision Interactive Media and CBS Interactive’s GameSpot are teaming on the Spanish-lingo game site, Univision.com, according to THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER.
Nintendo has announced the planned launch of a new handheld 3-D game unit with 3-D capabilities, tentatively called the Nintendo 3DS.
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment has announced the planning opening of a development studio in Montreal that by the end of 2015 will employ 300 people.
One could argue that SXSW Interactive is as much about online innovation as the ability to connect and find meaning in relationships. Community building, for profit or goodwill, was a sentiment echoed in many of the presentations held during the 2010 conference.
VARIETY reports that the Indian government will form the National Center of Excellence in Animation, Gaming and Visual Effects in Mumbai, announced by Ambika Soni, the minister of information and broadcasting.
According to screenwriter Kyle Ward via ComingSoon.net, Jamie Foxx has inked a deal to play Lynch in KANE & LYNCH, an adaptation of the Eidos videogame of the same name.
Blockbuster shares dropped 29% on Wednesday upon word the video rental chain will file bankruptcy, according to THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER.
Kratos rages on in our review of God of War III. SPOILER! At one point in the game Kratos will scream "ZEUS!"
NVIDIA today announced NVIDIA® 3DTV Play, its latest software solution that allows consumers to connect their GeForce® GPU-powered desktop or notebook computer to new 3D TVs.
GDC announced an all-time record of 18,250 game industry professionals attending San Francisco's Moscone Convention Center for the March 9th-13th event.
Brent Fox of NinjaBee (Band of Bugs, A Kingdom for Keflings, Outpost Kaloki) presented his top 10 development lessons during today's Indie Game Summit.
Sean Murray, the resident programmer for 2008 studio startup “Hello Games,” was on hand to represent his team and to tell us a bit about the team’s transition from working at a big studio to their current indie lifestyle.
In the beginning of May, most of the big names in digital entertainment will collectively gather in Germany's Southwest. FMX 2010, the 15th Conference on Animation, Effects, Games and Interactive Media, the 17th Stuttgart Festival of Animated Film and the business platform Animation Production Day are three events enjoying high international standing.
The dynamic duo that make up Slick Entertainment, Kees Rijnen and Nick Waanders, gave a presentation on their journey to their first indie game launch.
On the eve of GDC in San Francisco, Autodesk Media & Entertainment announced its latest digital software in a virtual press conference hosted by Maurice Patel, entertainment industry manager, and Rob Hoffmann, senior product marketing manager.
Jonathan Soderstrom, aka Cactus, gave a presentation on how to abuse players “just for fun.” Cactus is well known in the independent game community for creating unusual games within YoYo Game’s “Game Maker” software. They often involve trippy visuals and 100% unique gameplay.
COMINGSOON.NET reports that Warner Bros. Pictures launched two online games, SCORPIOCH ATTACK and MEDUSA'S CURSE, at the official Web site for CLASH OF THE TITANS.
A group of leading game industry creatives announced today the launch of Globex Studios LA, a subsidiary of Globex Studios.
And depending on how my Friday and Saturday goes – this is Tokyo, after all –, I might even try some live blogging; bring you some images and a report or two straight from the source. Hell, maybe I’ll even get a twitter and blow smoke up the rear of my mundane wait in the airport.
Sony Online Entertainment LLC has launched its popular turn-based strategy game PoxNora on Facebook.
Dare Comics today announces that its critically acclaimed comic, The Hunter, is to be produced as a nine episode motion comic series by leading Michigan-based production company, PixoFactor Entertainment.
With GDC coming up, Pamela Kleibrink Thompson discusses business card etiquette in her latest column.