The Fallout MMO is now in (greater) jeopardy thanks to a severe financial crisis at Interplay.
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The Learning Company believes that Zynga wants a “free-ride” with their “Oregon Trail” FrontierVille expansion.
The public beta testers for Epic’s upcoming third-person shooter clocked 249 years on the servers.
The company has responded to the critics of its PSN user retention plan.
A developer’s LinkedIn profile indicates that Wet 2 has been cancelled.
The MMO developer posted more than $25 million in losses over the past two years.
Sony will allow PS3 owners to download two full games from a selection of five first-party titles.
Lorne Lanning believes that a lack of marketing support ultimately doomed Oddworld: Stranger’s Wrath when it was released in 2005.
Information from Nintendo’s latest retailer briefing has made it onto the Internet.
The studio’s experience with L.A. Noire has Rockstar thinking about a game without guns.
Developers looking create games for the “public good” can now apply for a grant of up to 200,000 USD.
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