Bob Shaye and Michael Lynne's Unique Features has won an auction for the film rights to Quantic Dream's PS3 game, HEAVY RAIN, reports Deadline.com.
Atomic Games, a developer of simulations for US military and intelligence agencies and a pioneer in military action games, stopped the attempted theft of their newest title Breach at PAX East 2010.
Leading Eastern and Central European publisher, 1C Company, announced the development of Theatre of War 2: Korea, a new installment in the famous Theatre of War series, which goes beyond World War II.
Florida-based Full Sail University, thanks to a core program revolving around Autodesk software, offers a real world education in computer animation and gaming.
Majesco Entertainment Company (NASDAQ: COOL), an innovative provider of video games for the mass market, today announced Attack of the Movies 3-D on Wii and the Xbox 360 video game and entertainment system from Microsoft has shipped to retailers nationwide.
Frazer Nash Communications - who obtained the exclusive worldwide rights to develop and publish interactive entertainment games based on the Parkland Pictures film "The Heavy" - today announced that they have signed the game's publishing rights to Little Orbit LLC; worldwide publisher and developer of casual entertainment products.
DC Comics has filed suit against Marc Toberoff, the lawyer who successfully regained the copyright to SUPERMAN for the heirs of Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster, reports VARIETY.
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Beast, one of the country's top editorial facilities, completed work on Xbox 360's "Bright Falls," a six-episode series created by agencytwofifteen to promote the psychological action thriller game "Alan Wake."
Image Metrics, Inc. (OTC BB: IMGX), a leading provider of facial animation technology and services for the entertainment industry, today announced that it has joined TIGA, the United Kingdom's leading games industry trade association.
Funcom has signed a publishing agreement with Stunlock Studios AB, a start-up company based in Skövde, Sweden.
Sony Pictures Animation has acquired the rights to Atari's ROLLERCOASTER TYCOON, reports HEAT VISION.
HEAT VISION reports that Adam Sandler’s Happy Madison is ready to bring Patrick Jean's viral hit PIXELS into a feature film.
Oily wrestlers and females with hair like ram’s horns. Oh Capcom, you’re so zany! Hit the link to see the review of Super Street Fighter IV!
The Bilbao Chamber of Commerce and DigiPen Institute of Technology (USA) today launched DigiPen Institute of Technology Europe - Bilbao, a school dedicated to growing innovation in the video game and animation industries.
Flashlight? Check. Revolver? Check. Tweed jacket with leather elbows? Check. Hit the jump to see the review of Alan Wake by Remedy games!
Visual effects company Origami Digital has completed the move to its new location near the Hawthorne Airport.
WHA Entertainment, a publisher and developer of entertainment games based on leading IP Franchises, announced today that Kick-Ass has launched in the U.S. and Canada for the Sony PlayStation Network (PSN) for an MSRP of $14.99.
The doujin genre itself is quite interesting. As fan-made, amateur products they normally incorporate famous anime characters – the actual copyright holders normally ignore such infringement, perhaps viewing it as both a source of free marketing and a means to create a stronger fan base. So, it doesn’t get more otaku than this.
DECLASSIFIED: Prepare for the follow-up to the biggest entertainment launch in history: on November 9th Call of Duty(R): Black Ops(TM) will introduce fans to the elite world of Black Ops.
VARIETY reports that San Diego's Tourism Marketing District board is offering Comic-Con hotel tax revenue as an incentive to stay in the city.
The Supreme Court will take on a case regarding the reinstatement of California's ban on violent videogame sales to minors, according to THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER.