Microsoft has launched version 2.0 of the Xbox Accessibility Guidelines to better help developers implement accessible game design.
The Jaguar Land Rover company is committing to electric cars as part of its plan to go carbon neutral by 2039.
Dumb things with crypto? Never! A report finds that 55% of crypto money laundering schemes take place on just 270 blockchain addresses.
A Nintendo advertisement led me to believe Super Mario 3D World + Bowser’s Fury would give me cat ears and a tail. I have been betrayed.
With four hours of Zack Snyder’s Justice League on the way, and a revised Joker from Jared Leto, it’s clear we live in a society.
We Australians love being able to watch WandaVision at a reasonable hour. In other news, countries other than America exist.
An all-new, all-different Byteside as Alice and Chris join Seamus for the start of a new era.
A mega Final Fantasy XIV showcase revealed a bunch of exciting content coming soon to the popular MMO, including the Endwalker expansion.
A Beverly Hills police officer played music (not Weezer) in a reported attempt to copyright strike an activist’s Instagram account.
Terraria developer Andrew Spinks has unceremoniously dumped the Google Stadia port of indie hit Terraria, tells the company where to stick it.
Would you pay to use Twitter? The bird app company is testing subscription models and a Patreon-styled premium content access feature.
Warner Bros. finally succeeds patenting the Nemesis system made famous by Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor, causing controversy among game devs.
While we won’t be able to travel to Japan anytime soon, these videos of Super Nintendo World’s flashy rides are tantalising teasers.
Noclip’s Hades documentary finale is out, showing developers Supergiant Games to be incredibly humble in light of their massive success.
This spinach sends emails: not spooky chain mail, lucrative offers from Nigerian princes, or penis enlargements, but alerts for explosives.
New to music streaming services everywhere, the Lego White Noise playlist is over three hours of nostalgic toy brick sounds to relax to.