Ever since people started making and purchasing games for mobile devices, the gaming world has been split between casual and hardcore gamers. GPU maker Nvidia is looking to close that gap by offering the Nvidia Shield, a high-performance tablet made for gaming.
Apple and Google have both been pushed by the European Commission to change how free-to-play games are marketed and presented in the iTunes and Google Play markets.
Ubisoft is bringing the Templar and Assassin war to iOS devices with the free-to-play card game, Assassin's Creed Memories.
NFL fans will love the news that NFL Sunday Ticket, once limited to those that used DirecTV and its big gray satellite dishes for television, is now starting an instant streaming service.
In conjunction with the film's August release and the launch of the mobile game, Dan Abnett took some time from his busy schedule to talk with us about writing mobile games, and returning to the characters he helped bring back to prominence at Marvel.
Now that The Wolf Among Us has finished, we can all shift our focus back to the world of The Walking Dead with Episode Four of Season Two, 'Amid the Ruins.'
Clem has both melee and ranged weapons covered in these latest screenshots of Episode Four of The Walking Dead: Season Two, 'Amid the Ruins.'
The Blazblue franchise is taking a page from the Hearthstone manual with Blazblue Battle Cards, coming to iOS devices very soon.
Cyanide and Focus Home Entertainment have announced that they are bringing their 2009 game, Blood Bowl, to tablets.
Square Enix Montreal has announced that Agent 47's mobile puzzle antics are getting some additional features in a new update for Hitman Go.