Apple Arcade is now officially out in the world. Here’s what media have to say that have tested the service.
Four years ago, a French consumer group called UFC-Que Choisir sued Valve over Steam’s Subscriber Agreement. UFC Que Choisir found some of its clauses to be in breach of consumer law.
Twitch has purchased IGDB, the Internet Games Database, a website that combines the information about games into a comprehensive resource similar to Amazon’s IMDb.
NBCUniversal shuts down its mobile publishing operation. The company will focus on licensing its IP to external publishers.
Neverwinter Nights and Dragon Age writer David Gaider became the co-founder of Summerfall Studios. It is located in Australia and is about to unveil its first project.
Rockstar becomes the latest in the list of the gaming companies to have their own stores. The studio unveiled Rockstar Games Launcher for PC players.
China’s NetEase is strengthening its position abroad. Four of its mobile titles made it to the top 100 highest-grossing titles in Japan last month.
Apple initially intended to officially launch Arcade on September 19, but the company decided to move it up by three days.
Chat app Discord decided to discontinue Nitro Games, introduced last year as part of its $9.99-per-month Nitro subscription service. The team is very up front about the reason: very few people play these games.