After Walmart pulled signage for violent video games, ESPN and ABC will not air a competitive tournament for Respawn Entertainment's popular battle royale shooter.
The retailer is asking employees to take down signage and playable demos for violent video games, as well as hunting videos, in the wake of shootings at two of its stores.
Companies such as Nintendo, Sony, and Microsoft are committing to reforming practices around paid lootboxes, the Entertainment Software Association says.
'Ooblets' developer Glumberland received 'tens of thousands' abusive messages after the announcement last week.
In a short video posted to Twitter, he said he wanted to get back to his 'streaming roots.'
Using power lines and sewage pipes, one "Cities: Skylines" player figured out how to make a simple computer.
OpenAI's 'Dota 2' bots took on the public in April, and it went poorly for the humans.
Artist and programmer Darius Kazemi has created a guide to running small social network sites.
Netflix and King Features Syndicate announced 'The Cuphead Show!', which is based on the Fleischer-inspired video game.
Since my experiment, the scent has followed me around as if I lived and worked in a high school locker room.
Guy Beahm is back on Twitch after violating the streaming platform's rules at E3.