Europe bans roaming charges, adopts stricter net neutrality rules
It seems like Europe is following America's lead on an open internet.
PSA: 'Terraria' 1.3 update is finally available
Don't call this an update - it's more like a full-blown expansion!
Paul Krugman delivers punches and ripostes in an arcade-style news game
"He has the mien of a vituperative hobgoblin."
Star Citizen's FPS module delayed indefinitely
Chris Roberts cites "technical and gameplay-related issues" that will delay the Star Marine module indefinitely.
Australian government bans hundreds of mobile and Web-based games
New international rating system affects titles on Google Play, Firefox Marketplace.
Oculus Fights Fan Group Over OculusRift.Com
Oculus is attempting to seize the oculusrift.com domain from the group of developers currently using it...
The Tonight Show's (lack of) video game coverage has been disappointing
"Show some Fallout, Fallon."
The first draft of Dragon Age: Origins didn't even have Grey Wardens
And a narrator you thought was Flemeth turned out to be an old Morrigan.
Industry's days of stability are over - Square Enix CEO
Yosuke Matsuda explains how it integrated Eidos studios, how it's prepping for VR, AR, and the cloud.
18 Years Later, Why Are People Still Playing Ultima Online?
Later this year, Ultima Online will turn 18 years old.
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