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Mike Fischer, Square-Enix of America's President and CEO, leaves the company.
Gamers might have found Microsoft's unveiling of Xbox One exciting, but shareholders appear to think otherwise.
Video game publisher Electronic Arts decides to end its controversial and unpopular online pass program.
Gaming peripheral company Innex to show wireless controllers for retro game consoles at this year's E3.
The low-cost crowdfunded gaming system Ouya gains $15M in venture funding but delays its launch until the end of June.
The Force is strong with Electronic Arts thanks to a new Star Wars deal inked with the Walt Disney Company.
Innex's new video game console allows gamers to play old-school NES, SNES, GENESIS and GBA games on their new-school televisions.
The adventures of Booker Dewitt and Lara Croft were among a few bright spots in another down month for the video game industry.
Video game publisher Electronic Arts confirmed it will lay off an undisclosed number of employees as it continues its search for a new CEO.
D3 Publisher expands its Cartoon Network licence by agreeing to develop and publish a video game based upon 'Regular Show'.
Disney has confirmed it will shut down the beloved game studio LucasArts in favor of a licensing model leveraging the popular Star Wars brand and other properties.
Two full-length games will be pre-installed onto GameStick ensuring users have free, quality content ready to go out of the box.
Video game retailers continue to remain the best at enforcing age ratings, according to a new study from the FTC.
New e-commerce website Lynx2Games lets renters and buyers split the cost of new games.
Electronic Arts CEO John Riccitiello will step down from his role March 30.
San Francisco's Academy of Art University teams up with 2K and Gearbox Software to create an original production based uponBorderlands.
The struggles of the retail video game market continue.
Former Michigan quarterback Denard Robinson will grace the cover of college football simulation NCAA Football 14.
Wargaming's World of Tanks sets a new Guinness world record for most players online simultaneously on one MMO server.
The newly-revealed Retron 4 plays NES, SNES, Genesis, and GBA cartridges with HDMI output for HDTVs.
A free, open-to-the-public event, QuakeCon 13 will take place in early August in Dallas, Texas.
Take-Two Interactive announced its 2K video game brand has reached a
multi-year deal to create WWE video games.
World Wrestling Entertainment video games have found a new home.
The video game industry finally ended its sales slump. But there's a catch.
The heroes in a half-shell are making a video game comeback.
Consumers spent $14.8 billion on video game content in 2012, a decline of 9%, according to The NPD Group.
The percentage of video games designed for players aged 17 and older for 2012 stayed the same as 2011.
The home video game console business will officially add one more contender this summer.
CD Projekt RED's new gaming engine promises to bring a new level of realism to gaming experience.
Disney Interactive has confirmed it is shutting down Junction Point Studios, the developers behind the publisher's Epic Mickey franchise.
It's officially game over for publisher THQ.
The Saint's Row and Metro video game franchises are now property of Koch Media / Deep Silver after auction of THQ assets.
The U.S. division of video game maker Atari filed for bankruptcy
U.S. sales of Activision's Skylanders Giants surpasses domestic holiday box office receipts for top kids' films.
THQ receives clearance from a U.S. bankruptcy court on an auction that could see the video game publisher's assets split apart.
Players of Blizzard's MMORPG World of Warcraft raise $2.3 million for Superstorm Sandy relief through charitable in-game purchases.