Following the huge success of celebrity tie-in game Kim Kardashian: Hollywood, Glu announces that it will be making a mobile game with Taylor Swift.
Nintendo discusses its upcoming plans in a meeting with its investors, discussing Club Nintendo’s replacement program, and a release date for Miitomo.
During Nintendo’s latest earnings briefing, the company discusses the central figure of its next smartphone game and its plans on using virtual reality.
Iconic British heavy metal band Iron Maiden reveals that it will be releasing a free-to-play mobile RPG named Iron Maiden: Legacy of the Beast in summer 2016.
Nintendo president Tatsumi Kimishima reveals Nintendo’s plans for 2016, which include the reveal of the Nintendo NX, anime TV shows, and mobile gaming apps.
Touch screens have become a big part of the video game landscape over the past decade — but they’re still an untapped opportunity within the realm of console gaming.
2016 marks the 20th anniversary of the release of the original Pokémon games. Here’s why I believe it’s going to be the best year ever to be a Pokémon fan.
According to reports, Apple is currently working on an ‘entry level’ iPhone model called the iPhone 5e that’s set to feature a small screen and Apple Pay.
After a seven-year-old boy spends nearly $6,000 on a Jurassic World freemium mobile game, we ask exactly who can do more to stop these events taking place in future.
After two years of shaking my head at the toys-to-life genre and calling it a fad, Disney Infinity 3.0 and Lego Dimensions have finally converted me to the dark side.
Isao Moriyasu of DeNA confirms that all of Nintendo’s smartphone games currently in development are free-to-play, and likely rely on microtransactions.
Mobile gaming is one of the fastest growing markets in the video game industry. So why are so many of them trying to stop me from actually playing them?
Titanfall developer Respawn Entertainment is teaming up with Korean mobile publishing giant Nexon to release games based on the mech shooter for the mobile market.
Nintendo reveals its first mobile title called Miitomo and confirms first details for the title, while also announcing that it has been pushed back to 2016.
YouTube announces a new subscription-based service called YouTube Red that will let users browse videos ad-free, and download videos for offline use at $9.99 per month.
Nintendo, The Pokemon Company and Google pour an estimated $30 million combined into Niantic Labs, the developer currently working on the highly anticipated Pokemon GO.
DeNA West CEO Shintaro Asako reiterates that more details are coming ‘soon’ in regards to the company’s collaboration with Nintendo on new smartphone titles.