Articles By Yannick LeJacq
EA Games is transforming "Command & Conquer" into a free-to-play multiplayer game, while Zynga revealed plans to publish partnered content being distributed in a more traditional publishing model than the one it pioneered.
David Crane, co-founder of Activison and creator of the legendary Atari 2600 game "Pitfall!" criticized Zynga for giving the "'casual' market a bad name" in a recent interview, showing once again the divisiveness of the social gaming giant's presence within the gaming and tech industry.
Late in its current-generation life cycle and amidst countless rumors about the upcoming PlayStation 4, Sony is finally introducing a native YouTube app to its PlayStation 3 gaming console. Is this a sign of Sony's future plans of all-encompassing media integration?
Following confirmed reports of an Xbox 720 development kit being used to leak prospective specs for Microsoft's upcoming next-generation console, the device popped up on eBay over the weekend, ultimately selling for $21,000.
The first season's cast and guest judges of "All Stars: RuPaul's Drag Race," RuPaul's latest venture into reality television with Logo, were announced this week.
Eminem thanked his fans for helping sustain him through dark times when he was struggling with drug abuse, depression, and tenuous relationships with his family during a performance in New York City Thursday night.
Fresh off the 1.0.3 patch and continuing security issues for Battle.net following ever more reports of user accounts being hacked, Blizzard released details of the upcoming 1.0.4 update.
Following surprising reports this past May that "Bioshock Infinite" was being delayed until 2013, publisher 2K Games and developer Irrational Games are facing further suspicion of the state of one of their flagship franchises this week following rumors that key figures in the game's development were leaving the company.
Zynga's John Schappert is resigning from his position as COO and board after he was stripped of creative duties last week, the social game developer announced on Wednesday in a regulatory filing.
Rick Ross continued his reign atop the pop charts this week when "God Forgives, I Don't," reached number 1 in sales. His fourth straight album to reach No. 1, "God Forgives, I Don't" can only spell victory for his up-and-coming record label.