Articles By Yannick LeJacq
Software and video game developer Valve is opening its digital distribution and gaming service platform Steam to include additional types of software. The new content will begin to arrive on the platform as early as September.
Already attracting critical buzz for its unique and moving story, Papo and Yo released its official launch trailer today to show some of the protagonist Quico's backstory.
Mojang, the developers of the hit indie videogame "Minecraft," has more than doubled its profits since last year, according to a recent interview with the company's CEO. The company's success suggests a larger trend occurring in the game industry towards smaller scale localized projects as massive AAA titles continue to underperform for major publishers.
BBC Three announced Tuesday that it is commissioning a one-hour documentary investigating the shootings that occurred last month in Aurora, Colorado. The film is set for release on Aug. 23, little more than a month after the shootings themselves.
"The Dark Knight Rises" costume designer revealed in an interview recently that Christopher Nolan originally included an extended flashback sequence for Tom Hardy's character allegedly explaining Bane's origin story as a supervillain.
Following a month of struggling financial performance and impending legal battles, Zynga is releasing a new Facebook game "ChefVille" based around cooking. Will it help resuscitate the battered company and its wounded relationship with Facebook?
Pat Robertson said today on the 700 Club that "Satanic atheists" were the cause of the Sunday shooting that occurred in a Sikh temple in Wisconsin, explaining that "they're angry with the world, angry with themselves, angry with society and they take it out on innocent people who are worshiping God.
After months of speculation and accusations of favoritism and compromising national security on the part of the Obama administration, Katherine Bigelow's new movie "Zero Dark Thirty" is finally revealed to the public in a new teaser trailer.
Three months after the game's initial launch, "Diablo 3" is now experiencing a new kind of online scam-artist, one that's learned to defraud other gold farmers and profit off of illegitimate virtual transactions.
The past week was not kind to billionaire Mark Zuckerberg, chairman and CEO of Facebook Inc. Capping it all was word that Zuckerberg had lost his place among the 10 richest technology billionaires, at least temporarily.