With no launch date announced for Steam China, Valve’s DJ Powers elaborates on the company’s strategy in the country.
Last week, Voodoo, a French hyper casual games publisher, announced the acquisition of h8games, a studio based in the Ukrainian city of Kharkiv.
Perfect World, Valve’s partner in China, announced today the lineup of games that will be launched on the upcoming Steam China platform.
The tech giant follows Apple’s suit. A review process for new apps has been impleneted on Google Play. It’s off to a sloppy start, however.
Last week, two lead producers at BioWare, the studio’s old-timers, left the company. One of them worked on Anthem, the other was responsible for the upcoming Dragon Age 4.
I have spent a few hours playing Wildscapes and here are some thoughts about the game and a new direction Playrix is taking with it.
Poland-based SUPERHOT developers announced Superhot Presents, a small games fund to help indie developers start or finish their projects. In addition to funding, the studio offers organizational consulting and mentoring.
While rhetoric goes on that connects real-life violence to violent games, media keep citing research that defies any linear correlation between the two. Vox posted a chart showing that the roots of gun-related violence clearly lie elsewhere…
Tencent is steadily recovering after the Chinese government has lifted the freeze on game licensing in the country. During Q2, the Chinese giant released 10 mobile games.