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The findings come from a recent undercover shopper study conducted by the FTC which showed only 13% of minors were allowed to purchase M-rated content; that is, games the Entertainment Software Rating Board (ESRB) has classified as being suitable for players aged 17 and up...
Louisiana State University has announced a new partnership with videogame publisher and developer Electronic Arts. The school’s board of supervisors is expected to sign off on a $30 million project called the Digital Media Facility. The 94,000-square-foot facility will be built on the southeast corner of campus and will be run by EA, employing twenty full-time employees as well as two-hundred part-time workers drawn from the LSU student body...
One misconception about Canadians is that we spend our lives obsessing over hockey, guzzling superior beer and adding extra vowels to our words. This is simply not true – we do all that, and also make and play a ton of videogames. In honour (that's honour with a 'u') of this, the Canadian Videogame Awards are returning to Vancouver this May for a second year, and today its producers released the list of finalists vying for the 2011 cup...
Gerald A. “Jerry” Lawson, the American electronics engineer credited with creating the world's first cartridge-based videogame system, has passed away at the age of 70. You'd be forgiven for not recognizing the name, but if you've ever owned a home console, then you owe at least a few minutes of your time to honor the man who arguably started it all.
A forty year veteran of the electronics field, Lawson was a key...
EA is close to rolling out persistent profiles for its sport franchises that will allow players to pool their virtual sporting achievements and records into one online identity. Over and above adding a new way to brag, the system will give players the opportunity to carry their teams forward from year to year, eliminating the need to start fresh with every annual release...
In the wake of game cancellations and delays in Japan following the natural disasters earlier this month, the future of the Tokyo Game Show seemed to be on uncertain ground... until today.
Speaking to Kotaku, event organizers explained that the annual game convention is scheduled to proceed as planned. “With things as they stand now, we are not considering cancellation or delaying the show,” said a TGS representative...
Electronic Arts has spent the past few years building up new IP like Dead Space while also striving to make flagging, yet still-modern series relevant again, like Need for Speed: Most Wanted and Medal of Honor. Meanwhile, the company is sitting on a treasure trove of beloved franchises that haven't seen new installments in years.
EA's Frank Gibeau told CVG that the company is "very cognizant" of its back catalog...
In what world does David Jaffe outrank the likes of Shigeru Miyamoto and Will Wright? In Metacritic's world, apparently. The entertainment review aggregate site has started rating individual videogame developers, and some of the results are apt to cause debate.
Typing a developer's name into the Metacritic search bar now presents readers with a profile page listing said developer's...
The event, fully titled Grasstream 2: Travis vs Garcia, will feature live music, a talk from No More Heroes 2 character designer Yusuke Kozaki and mechanical designer Shigeto Koyama, a speech by Suda 51...
Our friends at Official Nintendo Magazine UK have a new episode of Nintendo TV ready for you via the Wii's Nintendo Channel. Let them tell you about this week's goodness.
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