Studio teams with Outright Games and PHL Collective on all-new game, based on the hit animated feature film franchise, featuring the legendary spooky family; release planned in time for Halloween this year on PlayStation, Nintendo Switch, Xbox, and PC digital platforms.
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A new era for LucasArts, now called Lucasfilm Games, ushers in partnerships with both Ubisoft’s Massive Entertainment and Bethesda.
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The highly anticipated futuristic-RPG doesn’t play well with older consoles, and fans are already coming out in droves to post unhappy updates with less-than-pretty screenshots.
One of the company’s innovative new fellowship creators discusses the program’s intense virtual production workflow curriculum, participation requirements, and goals for the future.
Available through Unreal Online Learning, the self-paced program of 8 courses and 10 videos teaches the fundamentals of Unreal Engine and real-time production.
$7.5 billion cash deal for game maker’s parent, ZeniMax Media, expands software giant’s growing gaming business profile.
Newest game in 343 Industry’s hugely popular franchise will miss its 2020 holiday release, hampered by production challenges and the ongoing impact of COVID-19.
Game and Unreal Engine giant announces new financing round that pegs value of company at $17.3 billion.
The iPi Soft founder and CEO discusses the current state of markerless motion capture animation technology, including real-time tracking and live streaming.
‘Assassins Creed’ and ‘Tom Clancy’s’ game franchise publisher announces a series of senior management resignations amidst CEO pledge for fundamental change in workplace culture.
World’s biggest anime brand expanding collaboration with leading gamer fan platform in first ever non-gaming loot offer.
New Jon Peddie Research report anticipates 20 million PC game players will migrate from personal computer platforms to TV displays and related gaming services by 2022.
Users transported into their own magical mystery animated series where events unfold based on player choice.