“I sincerely doubt employees who fear that they may be laid off will be able to develop software titles that could impress people around the world.” – Satoru Iwata
Through the power of games, communication, and Kingdom Hearts III; Square Enix and the Ad Council have partnered up in an anti-bullying campaign called Because of You.
Layoffs aren’t easy to comprehend or even swallow by any means. To some, it simply reads as “you were expendable, so we let you go” in order to keep their companies going. For some, that’s exactly how today’s news felt for those both affected and left unaffected. But, there are developers reaching out to those looking for jobs and here’s everything we know.
Gamers looking to save a bit of money can do so as the Buy 2 Get 1 Free Video Game Promotion has returned for a limited time on Target.com and at local stores.
Just days after reports of Activision Blizzard Inc. gearing up for massive cuts in their staffing, the company has now seen their stocks drop once again amid the rumors of the changes to their staffing going into effect later this week.
Once again, lawmakers are looking for a way to tax violent games and are looking to do so with a ‘sin tax’ in Pennsylvania after the bill was first introduced in October of 2018 but died due to the committee, however, there’s a new House Bill that aims to do the same.
In an admirable move, we’ve sat down with Gavin ‘F1reb1ast’ Nutto, a deaf streamer who has started changing the name of the game by encouraging other deaf and disabled streamers to enjoy streaming just as he himself does and we completely dig it. Continue reading
Since 2017, Oculus Rift’s parent company – Facebook – have been in litigation over the VR system’s code, which stems from Oculus CTO John Carmack’s time working on the prototypes for ZeniMax. Now, it seems that Facebook and ZeniMax are burying the hatchet.
As Geoff Keighley and his team at The Game Awards prepares for their show tonight, Twitter has reached out to us in order to confirm their ability to help cover The Game Awards from musical performances and new announcements to who won what awards. Here’s everything you need to know including times and how to watch.
In an update having gone live recently for Streamlabs OBS, users can now use Augmented Reality to take their streams to the very next level through the Streamlabs OBS’ Facemask update, which implements 3D animations to map out streamers face.