Global Festival of Learning tour culminates in Cyberjaya Roundtable session with creatives from UK and Malaysia
Chinese giants like Tencent Holdings are on an acquisition spree in the global videogame market. With China's poor history on privacy and a track record of spying, these acquisitions raise significant concerns, writes Ajith Ram
Summary: The old adage is that gamers want speed, but maybe they just want convenience instead, writes Benjamin Cher.
Over the years, Microsoft has proved itself to be a untrustworthy partner for PC game developers and publishers. With revenues shrinking in other sectors, the company might be forced to make Windows Store the exclusive sales portal for all Windows games and software. Or it could demand royalties from competing sales portals such as Steam.
Windows 10 features coming to Xbox Includes Cortana and Windows Store IF all marriages were made in heaven, as the saying goes, then Microsoft's Xbox division would be on top of the world at the moment. But as too many people can attest, marriages can also be made in hell or at least, purgatory.
The big game publishers such as EA and Activision are yet to commit fully to VR. VR gaming is also hampered by a fragmented hardware scene with incompatible devices and lack of standards.
Developer denies creating 'Terminator' style AI for Elite: Dangerous videogame. AI becomes too hard for human players.
No Man's Sky delayed by weeks Developer Hello Games targeted HERE we go again.
Licensed to Chinese company NetEase Customised version for China in future MOJANG is bringing its blocky builder to China via tech company NetEase, Inc. Long-term, the company is hoping to create a tailor-made version of Minecraft for China.
Upgraded version with VR capabilities Smaller version for game streaming