Q2 2020 saw the US players spend $11.6 billion on video games and related products. The figure, according to the NPD Group, is an absolute record for the US market. More interestingly still, every third PS4 or Xbox One owner actually owns both consoles.
Last Thursday, side-scrolling beat-’em-up Aeon Must Die! was unveiled during PlayStation’s State of Play event to immediately become another workplace horror story plaguing the industry.
During EA’s annual meeting of shareholders last week, most of them voted against the company’s executive compensation plan.
Despite earlier reports that Telecommunications giant AT&T is considering selling its Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment gaming division, this plan now seems to be off the table.
White Nights Conference organizers announced Game Industry Legal Conference that will be held October 6-7, 2020.
Since July 1, Apple has removed nearly 42,000 IAP and premium games from the App Store in China. These titles failed to have obtained a government approval by July 31.
Apple said it won’t allow cloud services like xCloud and Google Stadia on its devices. Nvidia’s GeForce Now will also be limited to Android.
A scandal in Estonia. A number of the Limestone Games employees, including the studio’s founder, resigned, accusing the owners of creating “unbearable work conditions,” manipulation and corruption. Uncertainty surrounds the future of their game Aeon Must Die!, which is published by Focus…