After making over $70 million with ‘Kim Kardashian: Hollywood’, developer Glu Games is expecting to make $500 million from celebrity games by the year 2020.
Nintendo may be taking a radical step away from its previous hardware design, after reports leak that the upcoming NX console may use an Android operating system.
Mobile gaming has so much more to offer than tiresome timesinks. The medium has lots of potential to grow in combination with ARGs, lifestyle apps, mobile devices, etc.
In a recent investors meeting, Nintendo CEO Satoru Iwata reveals that the publisher plans to introduce five smartphone games to the market by the end of March 2017.
Mobile game company Glu signs yet another pop star to its roster with the announcement of a new five year deal with popular singer Britney Spears.
Upcoming iPhone horror title ‘Night Terrors’ offers an ingenious and terrifying augmented reality mechanic, turning the player’s location into the game’s setting.
Watch the original ‘Firefly’ cast reunite and lend their voices to the upcoming strategy RPG ‘Firefly Online’, which is set to release something this Spring.
An mobile offshoot of ‘WWE 2K’ releases for iOS and Android, delivering a touch-based wrestling experience that should leave fans chanting, ‘Yes! Yes! Yes!’
Outermind Studios is working on a new mobile game with popular YouTube celebrity PewDiePie that’s called ‘PewDiePie: Legend of Brofist’ and is set to release this summer.
In this week’s video game round-up, we discuss how long it takes to beat ‘The Witcher 3: The Hunt’, Spotify coming to PS3 and PS4, Nintendo’s mobile games and more.
As Nintendo prepares to release games on mobile devices later this year, Nintendo CEO Satoru Iwata reveals that he doesn’t like the term ‘free to play’.
After announcing their plans to release games on smartphones, Nintendo’s President and CEO Satoru Iwata reveals that some of these games may release in 2015.
In a controversial move, Nintendo announces a partnership with DeNA to release games on mobile platforms and work together on an online subscription service.
During today’s press conference to announce a mobile games partnership, Nintendo President Satoru Iwata also revealed that new hardware, codenamed “NX,” is in development.
Following a lack of interest from game developers, Sony announces plans to shut down its PlayStation Mobile service across PS Vita, PS TV and Android devices.
After an earlier leak confirmed its existence, Blizzard confirms at PAX East that ‘Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft’ will be getting a Blackrock Mountain adventure add-on in April.
NetherRealm Studios announces that Mortal ‘Kombat X’ will be their latest title to release on mobile devices, following in the footsteps of ‘WWE Immortals’.