Megamind Game Kicks Off Multiyear THQ-DreamWorks Deal

Video game maker THQ has signed a deal with DreamWorks Animation to create games based on the studio’s upcoming films, starting with fall release Megamind. According to a report ... Continue Reading →

3D, Motion Control Rule E3 Announcements

E3 has returned ‘ all powered up and ready to taking gaming to the next level. The video game industry event, which is taking over the Los Angeles Convention Center from Tuesday ... Continue Reading →

FUNimation to Turn Dragon Age into Anime

Canada-based video game maker BioWare and anime importer FUNimation have agreed to collaborate on an anime-style feature film based on the Dragon Age game. The movie is set to begin ... Continue Reading →

Martha Stewart Turns to Majesco as Games Partner

Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia and Majesco Entertainment have teamed up to bring Stewart and her lifestyle content to video games. The two companies have agreed to a strategic partnership ... Continue Reading →

Nintendo Snags Airbender Game Exclusive

A new interactive game based on the forthcoming live-action version of the animated Nickelodeon series The Last Airbender is coming exclusively to Nintendo platforms. The game, developed ... Continue Reading →

Globex Opens Los Angeles Studio

A group of leading game makers has teamed up to launch Globex Studios LA, which will be the North American development and project management office for global online games leader Globex ... Continue Reading →

Nintendo Plans Pokemon Reboot

For fourteen years, Pokemon has been one of the most reliable brands in the world, succeeding in video games, card games, anime TV and feature films, print and merchandising. But in ... Continue Reading →

WGA Nominates Five Games for Writing Honor

The Writers Guild of America has nominated five titles for its outstanding writing in a videogame award. The nominees, chosen from a record field of submissions that more than doubled ... Continue Reading →

Number of Gaming Jobs Holds Steady

The number of people working in the North American video game industry remained essentially flat compared with 2008, according to Game Developer Research’s third annual census. The ... Continue Reading →

Florin Leaves EA Publishing Post

Gerhard Florin is leaving his post as executive VP of Western world publishing at video game giant Electronic Arts effective in March. Florin is a 15-year veteran of the company and ... Continue Reading →