Blizzard is still working on the smartphone and Android tablet versions of Hearthstone. Today they provided a status update on each platform.
The big talk of the town this week was all about a game called Hatred. It is the very definition of a murder simulator... or at least, that's the impression that the first trailer gives off.
PC and mobile gamers will be getting a new Halo game this fall. 343 Industries has announced Halo: Spartan Strike will launch in December on Steam and Windows 8 devices.
A top five list of mystery characters for Mortal Kombat X, a new debate on the resolution regarding Assassin's Creed Unity, and several other big stories fill out this week's recap.
Epiphany Games released their very first trailer for the upcoming Majestic Nights, a 3D, isometric RPG set in the Los Angeles area of 1980. The music and themes are pretty slick and are a complete throwback to the era of excess, and anyone who enjoys that kind of motif will instantly fall in love with Majestic Nights.
One of the First Ladies of video games is fighting for a good cause as Bandai Namco Games America Inc. teams up with the National Breast Cancer Foundation to kick off a Ms. Pac-Man Pink Ribbon Campaign, raising money for breast cancer awareness and research.
For those of you looking to bring your pocket monster battles to the virtual space but don’t want to mess around with a computer, or perhaps a classic Game Boy; you’re in luck…So long as you own an iPad, that is. Pokemon Trading Card Game Online launches today for iOS.
Notch leaves Minecraft behind as Microsoft buys up the development studio. #GamerGate keeps pushing onward with a lot of developer support and big news drops for Super Smash Bros.
Minecraft creator Markus "Notch" Persson will be leaving Mojang after the company is officially purchased by Microsoft. Persson explained the decision in a very personal blog post.
Minecraft developer Mojang confirmed today that they're being purchased by Microsoft for $2.5 billion. Both Mojang and Microsoft sought to reassure fans that this won't dramatically change the game, though.
We may not have to speculate about Microsoft's potential purchase of Mojang much longer. A new report suggests that they'll announce the acquisition of the Minecraft developer early next week.
Blizzard announced that an upcoming patch will make big balance changes to Hearthstone. This patch will weaken two very popular cards among players.
Originally, the whistleblower made the information known on a Reddit post called “Of Corruption in the Australian Games Industry” following the strong call for transparency and disclosure from the #GamerGate movement.
Mainstream media may be pointing a very biased view on #GamerGate and the people involved in it, but gamers from all over the world have come together in a mixing pot of inclusion, acceptance and a fight against the corruption currently plaguing games media. They did so with a video called “We Are Gamers”.
Many Hearthstone players have been experiencing problems while trying to purchase the expansion Curse of Naxxramas or card packs. Blizzard announced this weekend that they have a solution.