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  • UCF unveils new downtown video game incubator

    UCF unveils new downtown video game incubator
    UCF graduate students pursuing video game development careers will soon have an incubator to work in, located in downtown Orlando at 500 W. Livingston St. University officials said Friday morning that its new incubator will open this fall at UCF’s...
  • Activision Blizzard CEO must face lawsuit over $8.2-billion buyout

    Activision Blizzard CEO must face lawsuit over $8.2-billion buyout
    Activision Blizzard Inc. failed to persuade a judge to toss out a lawsuit that claims the company's board improperly let its chief executive take part in a group that bought a large chunk of the Santa Monica-based video game company. On Thursday, a...
  • Videogame Composer Blasts Musicians Union for Rule-Violation Charges Amid Contract Strife

    Videogame composer Austin Wintory has been charged by the American Federation of Musicians with violating musicians-union rules for recording a game score in Texas. Wintory faces a maximum $50,000 fine and possible expulsion from the union. He was...
  • Microsoft to Relaunch 'Halo' Franchise to Build Audience for Web Series, TV Shows

    With the second game in Microsoft's hit "Halo" franchise celebrating its 20th anniversary this year, Xbox will release the four games in the series as "Halo: The Master Chief Collection" this fall visually updated specifically for the Xbox One. The...
  • Microsoft Focuses on Games to Boost Interest in the Xbox One

    Oh yeah, we have games, too. After spending much of its resources launching the Xbox One videogame console last year, Microsoft turned the spotlight away from hardware and all on games that will become available on the next-generation system later this...
  • Ex-UCLA star Ed O'Bannon takes stand in antitrust suit against NCAA

    As a much-anticipated federal trial began here Monday, the walls that have long separated college athletes from the riches of a multibillion-dollar sports enterprise began to show some cracks. The occasion was the opening of an antitrust lawsuit filed...
  • E3: Sony One Ups Microsoft with 'Destiny'

    In a surprising case of one-upmanship, Activision Blizzard will launch its sci-fi tentpole "Destiny" on Sony's PlayStation 4 before it becomes available on Microsoft's Xbox One. The release, announced during Sony PlayStation's press conference at the...
  • E3, big video game show, opens in Los Angeles

    E3, big video game show, opens in Los Angeles
    It’s that time of year again. Los Angeles plays host to the annual Electronic Entertainment Expo, better known as E3, the video game industry’s preeminent showcase for the latest games and hardware starting today. More than 50,000...
  • E3: Cheaper Xbox, PlayStation TV, 'Halo' collection ... and dolls?

    Sure, piles of new games are being unveiled at the E3 video game show in Los Angeles -- “Call of Duty” (“Advanced Warfare”), “Grand Theft Auto” (“5”) and “Lara Croft” (“Rise of the Tomb...
  • E3: Amiibo Gets Nintendo into the 'Skylanders,' 'Disney Infinity' Game

    Nintendo officially introduced Amiibo, the company's answer to "Disney Infinity" and Activision's popular "Skylanders" franchises. Like the other games, physical figures of characters will be playable in a game once paired with a controller like the...
  • American Federation of Musicians Inks New Videogame Agreement With Microsoft

    The American Federation of Musicians, which has lately been assailed by studio musicians for its failure to secure lucrative videogame-scoring work, on Tuesday announced a new game agreement with Microsoft Corporation. AFM president Ray Hair told Variety...