FEATURE: When I first started covering Paradox games six years ago, they were a developer of complicated strategy games with much love in their niche (and nowhere else), and a publisher of games of varying genre, tone, and unfortunately, quality. In that time, on the backs of games like Crusader Kings 2, Cities: Skylines, Pillars… (0 comment)

As retailer after retailer closes up shop, and big box stores like Target and Walmart put increased focus on e-commerce, Costco continues to not only stay open, but to grow, despite having virtually no online retail presence. Why? Because people aren’t yet turning to Amazon to fill up their kitchens, bathrooms, and laundry rooms. The… (0 comment)

You don’t kill 99 digital strangers without making a few bucks. PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds is making bank. We already knew this because the Battle Royale-like online multiplayer shooter has topped the best-selling games on Steam for more than a month. But what does this translate into in dollars? Well, in April, Battlegrounds generated $34 million, according to market-intelligence firm… (0 comment)

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg today urged college graduates to follow their sense of purpose and enable others in order to build a better world together. And yet, standing onstage at Harvard University in a crisp suit instead of the traditional hat and gown, Zuckerberg looked and sounded a lot more like a presidential candidate than a tech CEO.… (0 comment)

It’s into the woods again with Stugan, a Swedish game accelerator that’s in its third year. Stugan announced its 2017 participants earlier today, which includes 15 teams of developers who will head to a cabin in the Swedish countryside. Unlike other accelerator programs, Stugan is nonprofit and doesn’t take equity from the studios that participate. The seven-week… (0 comment)
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