It appears that Saudi Arabia has banned 47 games, including extremely popular ones like GTA V and The Witcher 3 in response to two suicides linked to the viral "Blue Whale Challenge" game.
A new report has emerged, claiming that Microsoft's Andromeda project is definitely not dead, and that it has just been sent back to the drawing board to be "significantly reworked".
A new UK survey shows that 86% of interviewed parents do not pay any mind to age ratings for video games. Only 23% had the same to say regarding movies, which raises some interesting questions.
Facebook has published its fifth annual report. There has been a marked increase in female representation at the company, but it is still struggling in some areas that it intends to improve upon.
Google has announced that it will now be offering the powers of machine learning to advertisers over the coming months so that they can maximize their revenue by delivering targeted ads.
A petition to save Microsoft's long-rumored and possibly delayed Andromeda "Surface Phone" device has already been started, and has amassed over 3,000 supporters in the last couple of days.
Warner Bros. has responded to Bethesda's copyright infringement lawsuit regarding its latest mobile game, Westworld. It has called the accusations "as surprising as they are unsubstantiated."
It appears that Snapchat is looking to launch its own gaming platform towards the end of this year, which will allow users to download third-party games from within the application.
Slack is dropping support for Windows Phone. The app will continue to be available for download from the Store, and will remain functional for the foreseeable future, but won't receive updates.
Sony is currently facing a lot of backlash for blocking cross-play and progression between the Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4. Owners of both consoles can't sync their purchases as well.
All future DLC for popular multiplayer title, Friday the 13th: The Game, have been canceled due to an ongoing legal battle between makers of the movie. The future of the game is in limbo.
The Sinking City is an upcoming creepy third-person detective game from developer Frogwares, best known for its Sherlock Holmes series. However, its new game doesn't have a release date yet.
Fans of Don't Starve will be happy to know that they'll be getting an expansion pack for the game late this year. The DLC promises a lost town for players to explore with treasure hunting as well.
Mavericks: Proving Grounds is yet another battle royale game. However, it promises 400- and 1000- player modes with destructible environments, and is slated for a release sometime in 2019.
Tons of games were shown off at the PC Gaming Show, including Rapture Rejects - which contains characters from Cyanide and Happiness - and Theme Hospital's spiritual successor, Two Point Hospital.
Star Control: Origins, a reboot of the series, has received a new gameplay trailer showing off diverse environments, characters, and interstellar ships. The game releases on September 20, 2018.
At the PC Gaming Show during E3 2018, we got a glimpse at what's next for Crytek's popular Hunt: Showdown. Gamers can expect to see a range of new weapons as well as a tentacled monster soon.
Overkill's The Walking Dead has been in development for quite some time and has faced a couple of delays before. However, now the game finally has a firm release date, which is November 6, 2018.
Bethesda announced two new DLC packs for The Elder Scrolls Online during its E3 event today. It also stated that its card-based spinoff game, Elder Scrolls: Legends, is coming to consoles this year.
In a surprise move today, Bethesda has announced a free trial for its upcoming multiplayer shooter Quake Champions. Players who download it this week get to keep it even after the trial ends.
At its E3 event, Bethesda announced a couple of new content updates for Prey. Mooncrash and a base game update will be available today while the VR-compatible Typhon Hunter will arrive in summer.
Wolfenstein Youngblood isn't the only game from the franchise that was was shown today. A VR game, Cyberpilot, was also announced, which emphasizes Bethesda's maxim to 'f*ck Nazis' on all platforms.
At Microsoft's E3 event this year, gamers can have another look at the upcoming Metro Exodus. The new trailer shows off a detailed setting, dangerous enemies, and powerful weapons to tackle them.
In a surprise announcement today, Microsoft has announced that a Gears of War game, dubbed "Gears POP!" is heading to smartphones in 2019. The genre of the title is currently unknown.
At Microsoft's E3 event today, Dontnod Entertainment took to the stage to announce a completely free, set-up, but standalone game for Life is Strange 2. The title is slated for a release on June 26.
At its E3 event today, Microsoft has announced yet another release date for the upcoming game "We Happy Few". A new story trailer has been shown off for the disturbing and dystopian game as well.
Microsoft has announced that PUBG's War Mode and third map, dubbed "Sanhok", will be arriving to the Xbox One this year. The latter offers a much more compact setting for fast-paced gameplay.
Microsoft has showcased Devil May Cry 5 in an action-packed trailer at its E3 event today. The Capcom-developed title will see the return of Nero and Dante, and will be available in spring 2019.
At the Xbox E3 event today, Microsoft showed off a new trailer Sea of Thieves, teasing upcoming updates that promise a dark land from where skeleton crews rise to challenge the pirates.
At its E3 press conference today, Microsoft has unveiled Dying Light 2, the sequel to the original and popular title from 2015. However, the upcoming title has no release date as of yet.
In a surprise announcement at its Play conference at E3, EA took to the stage to announce Command & Conquer: Rivals for smartphone devices. The RTS title is inspired from games like Clash Royale.
At its Play event at E3 2018, EA has taken the covers off its upcoming Madden game for this year. Madden NFL 19 will also be making its way to PC, the first Madden game to do so in the past decade.
EA has announced FIFA 19 at its Play conference during E3. The game features Cristiano Ronaldo as the cover star, and includes UEFA Champions League mode. The title will be available on September 28.
Researchers at MIT have created the "world's first psychopath AI", which is obsessed with death and murder. The disturbingly morbid AI was trained using data from the "darkest corners of Reddit".
According to Ubisoft's CEO, game consoles are heading towards extinction and we might see just one more generation of consoles before their inevitable demise. He believes game streaming is the answer.
Asus has announced a rather interesting dual-screen laptop dubbed Project Precog at Computex 2018. The machine is powered by AI and machine learning and might be released sometime next year.
At the ongoing Computex 2018 expo at Taipei, Lenovo has teased its upcoming second generation of the Yoga Book, which featured a Halo keyboard. The new device will feature more powerful Intel CPUs.
In a surprise announcement, Sony has stated that it will be revealing the names of some of its upcoming games for the PlayStation 4 and the PlayStation VR ahead of its E3 conference next week.
Microsoft has today confirmed the acquisition of GitHub for a massive sum of $7.5 billion. The transaction is supposed to be finalized by the end of the year, with Nat Friedman as GitHub's new CEO.
According to a new report, Microsoft is "repositioning" Cortana as a productivity assistant rather than a digital one, by integrating it seamlessly with other Windows features such as Timeline.