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  • Game sales perk up in September, but console sales remain down

     
    Video game sales, which have languished for much of the year, revived 4% in September after four consecutive months of declines, according to a report from market research firm NPD Group. The industry scored $630.2 million in sales of games......
  • Score a Score: Hooking up composers with gigs in the digital era

     
    Jordan Passman's scoreAscore uses a website to connect struggling composers with paying gigs from Disney Co., Electronic Arts and others....
  • Video game industry won't set high score in 2011

     
    This is not a high scoring year for video games. With total revenue for physical game sales up only 1% at just over $1 billion in October, the business will likely end the year flat to down 2% compared with 2010, according to researchers at the NPD Group....
  • Rumble game start-up scores $15 million in funding

     
    Rumble scores $15 million in Series A funding from Google Ventures and Khosla Ventures....
  • Star Wars: The Old Republic sells more than 1 million copies

     
    Electronic Arts says Star Wars: The Old Republic is "the fastest-growing subscription MMO in the history of our industry," but it's still early in the game....
  • Chris DeWolfe partners with Humane Society of the U.S. on new game

     
    Mindjolt, a company co-founded by Chris DeWolfe, has teamed up with the Humane Society to produce a game that lets players rescue virtual pets....
  • Electronic Arts buying Seattle-based PopCap Games for up to $1.3 billion

    Electronic Arts buying Seattle-based PopCap Games for up to $1.3 billion
    Electronic Arts Inc., the video game publisher, is buying Seattle-based PopCap Games in a deal worth up to $1.3 billion as it tries to ramp up its social and casual games portfolio and better compete with Zynga Inc. As part of the deal, EA said it will...
  • Curt Schilling shutters his game studios, lays off entire staff

    Curt Schilling shutters his game studios, lays off entire staff
    Just three months after shipping his first game, Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning, former Boston Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling has reportedly laid off the entire staff of his two development studios, Big Huge Games and 38 Studios, and shut down the...
  • Logo artist files copyright lawsuits against Ravens, NFL

    Logo artist files copyright lawsuits against Ravens, NFL
    All Frederick E. Bouchat says he wanted years ago was recognition for his idea for the Ravens team logo. Since the South Baltimore resident first sketched a flying raven clutching a shield with a "B" and faxed it to the Maryland Stadium Authority 16...
  • Sony buys Bellevue-based video game studio

    Sony buys Bellevue-based video game studio
    Sony Computer Entertainment said on Tuesday it was buying Sucker Punch Productions, the studio behind the "inFamous" franchise, as Sony Corp's unit tries to expand its portfolio of original video games. Sucker Punch, based in Bellevue, has 75 employees,...
  • Zynga calls EA lawsuit 'baseless,' countersues

    Zynga calls EA lawsuit 'baseless,' countersues
    Zynga Inc. has fired back at Electronic Arts Inc., calling EA's copyright infringement lawsuit against it "baseless" and filing a countersuit alleging that the video game giant for prevented its employees from leaving to work for Zynga. “Today we...