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.
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’.
If some leaked patch data is true, the next ‘Heartstone’ expansion may take digital card players into the depths of Blackrock Mountain to explore Molten Core.
Adding to the growing Marvel catalog in the mobile space, Marvel and DeNa have announced a new co-op brawler, ‘Marvel Mighty Heroes,’ for iOS and Android coming later this year.
Nintendo President Satoru Iwata reveals there may be additional smartphone games coming to 3DS in the future beyond the recently announced ‘Puzzle & Dragons’ adaption.
Several iOS game developers have reported that Apple is rejecting games that feature screenshots with violent content or characters holding guns, but not making this a universal policy.
Electronic Arts’ CFO, Blake Jorgensen believes technological advances will catapult tablet-based game experiences ahead of console games within the next four years.
Katy Perry will be releasing her very own mobile game, by the same studio which brought the top-grossing ‘Kim Kardashian: Hollywood’ application to phones everywhere.
Despite the recent success of ‘Alien: Isolation,’ SEGA announces that they are cutting ‘around 300’ jobs in an effort to focus on a digital distribution-focused future.
Quantic Dream’s madcap supernatural mystery ‘Fahrenheit’/’Indigo Prophecy’ gets a remastered edition, but it doesn’t look much better than the original game.
Electronic Arts’ new ‘freemium’ mobile racer ‘Need for Speed: No Limits’ offers an outrageous money-making dynamic: it charges players for ‘fuel.’
Loveshack Entertainment’s debut, ‘Framed,’ brings comic book sensibilities, beautiful artwork and inventive storytelling to set a high bar for what iPhone games can do.
One of the breakout mobile hits of 2014, ‘Threes!’ provides charming, easy and accessible fun – but its gameplay is far too simple for it to be a real time sink.