3 New Gaming IPs That Must Succeed in 2014
Sequels are great, but the gaming industry cannot survive without new properties. These three games are massively important for the companies making them and the industry at large.
The 5 Biggest Games of the First Half of 2014
2014 will see the release of some absolutely massive games. Which five titles are set to make the biggest splash in the first half of the year?
XBox One vs. PS4 vs. Wii U: Are Graphics Still Relevant in the Eighth Generation?
Is the graphical weight-lifting contest between the Xbox One, PS4, and Wii U a pointless comparison that impedes the production of high-quality games?
Is French Gaming Publisher Ubisoft in a World of Trouble?
Ubisoft was one of the last generation's big winners, but problems abound with the company's upcoming lineup. Can Ubisoft compete against the likes of Take-Two Interactive?
3 Reasons Activision’s ‘Destiny’ Won’t Live Up to Bobby Kotick’s Expectations
Activision Blizzard CEO Bobby Kotick recently claimed that its upcoming shooter Destiny will be the “best selling new video game IP history.” Here are three reasons he could be wrong.
3 Ways Nintendo’s Fear of Piracy Shaped its Business
Let’s take a look at 3 ways Nintendo’s irrational fear of piracy defined its business over the past 18 years.
Is Take-Two the Smartest 'Buy' in Gaming?
Take-Two has repeatedly shown that it knows how to handle its high-profile franchises. How does the company look in relation to competitors like Ubisoft, Activision, and Electronic Arts?
The Industry's Top Video Games
Not surprisingly, big studios were behind 2013’s top video games. But to one industry observer, the story also isn’t that simple.
Watch Dogs, The Witcher 3, and Tom Clancy's The Division: A Closer Look at the 3 Most Anticipated Ga
According to GameSpot Trax’s January survey, three games -- Watch Dogs, The Witcher 3, and Tom Clancy’s The Division -- are the most anticipated games of the year. Let’s take a closer look at these three titles.
How Important Is PlayStation 4's Power Advantage Over Xbox One?
Sony's latest console is notably more powerful than Microsoft's, but raw hardware capability has rarely determined market leadership in the gaming industry. Will extra horsepower help PlayStation 4 to create a significant sales advantage over Xbox One?