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In 2013 eSports reached new heights of popularity, especially the tournaments held this year, which were streamed to millions of people around the world. We list all the remaining eSports competitions for the rest of the year.
Independent game developer Phil Fish, the man behind 'Fez,' has announced that is quitting the gaming industry and cancelling 'Fez II' following a Twitter argument with a gaming journalist. And we really should have all seen it coming.
We speak with Freddie Wong and Matt Arnold, two of the creators of the web series 'Video Game High School' as it debuts its second season, and what the success of web-based shows mean for entertainment.
'PlanetSide 2' creative director discusses the vision of bringing the massively multiplayer first-person shooter in the competitive world of eSports with the addition of Battle Islands and cross-continent play.
Polytron Corporation's Phil Fish confirms that a patch is incoming for his Xbox Live Arcade game, 'Fez,' following Microsoft's move of eliminating the title update fees that Xbox 360 developers must pay for XBL Arcade games.
The creator and name behind 'American McGee's Alice' and 'Alice: Madness Returns' has inked a deal to regain the film rights to his projects, but it requires him to shell out $500K over the next four years.