Fox announces the creation of FoxNext, a new division of the media company that will create video games, including virtual reality and augmented reality projects.
Nintendo unveils the first-ever Fire Emblem title arriving for mobile devices in the form of Fire Emblem Heroes, allowing fans to take charge of their favorite warriors.
Nintendo of Japan announces on Twitter that Mario’s first mobile outing, Super Mario Run, will finally be making its way to Android devices at some point in March.
Niantic details the latest update to Pokemon GO, which fixes distance tracking due to GPS drift, adds features to the Apple Watch app, and fixes some text in the game.
Titanfall: Frontline, the mobile card game spin-off of the Titanfall series, is cancelled due to difficulty creating an experience that matched the original games.
Pokemon GO developer Niantic announces its expanding its PokeStop and Pokemon Gym partnership with Starbucks to an additional 5,000 locations in the United States.
The release date for video game developer Telltale Games’ forthcoming Guardians of the Galaxy title leaks on the Internet thanks to an online retailer’s listing.
A new Pokemon GO study emerges that calculates the number of steps taken by the mobile game’s players, with an estimate of an unbelievable 144 billion steps.
Much to the chagrin of Pokemon fans in China, the country officially bans Pokemon GO from its borders, citing the game as a major hazard to its citizens.
Pokemon GO bounces back to score its highest revenue in several months, after a compelling holiday event prompts scores of players to return to the game.
Apple reveals that App Store revenues rose by 40 percent to $20 billion in 2016, and that Pokemon GO and Super Mario Run were significant factors in that.
Pokemon Company President and CEO Tsunekazu Ishihara explains in detail why he believes the Pokemon GO application has been such a substantial success.
New data suggests that the full purchases for Nintendo’s side-scrolling, auto-running video game Super Mario Run only amounts to roughly 3 million users in total.
Pop music sensation Ariana Grande takes to Instagram to reveal her character DW that will be added to the mobile game Final Fantasy: Brave Exvius in a future update.
Fans have discovered that Apple’s now infamous Siri will actually answer questions about it playing Super Mario Run. Evidently, the A.I. quite likes Nintendo’s latest iOS offering.
Niantic launches a limited-time event for Pokemon Go that increases the spawn rate of starter Pokemon Squirtle, Bulbasaur, Charmander and their evolutions.
Nintendo announces that Android users can now register on the Google Play store to be notified when Super Mario Run is available to download, much like the game did for iOS users.