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  • Microsoft buys 'Minecraft' maker Mojang for $2.5 billion

    It's official: Microsoft said Monday morning that it's buying Mojang, maker of the popular "Minecraft" video game, for $2.5 billion. The Mojang team will join Microsoft Studios, maker of games such as the "Halo" and "Forza" franchises, according to a...
  • PewDiePie, YouTube's most popular star, to premiere videos on MLG.tv

    PewDiePie, whose nearly 31 million subscribers on YouTube have made him the video website's most-watched star, will begin uploading some videos on a competing website before they appear on YouTube. New episodes of "BroKen," a recently created online...
  • PewDiePie Joins MLG, 'BroKen' to Stream Exclusively on eSports Network

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - PewDiePie has found a new bro in Major League Gaming. Felix Kjellberg, who operates PewDiePie, YouTube's most popular channel, has agreed to start streaming episodes of his series "BroKen," exclusively on MLG.tv, starting...
  • Microsoft to buy Minecraft maker Mojang for $2.5 billion

    Microsoft to buy Minecraft maker Mojang for $2.5 billion
    STOCKHOLM/SEATTLE (Reuters) - Microsoft Corp has agreed to acquire the Stockholm-based developer of the wildly popular Minecraft video game for $2.5 billion, as it tries to lure a new and mostly young audience into its mobile world. Minecraft - a...
  • Bungie's new video game 'Destiny' is pretty old hat

    Bungie's new video game 'Destiny' is pretty old hat
    “Destiny” PlayStation 3 & 4, Xbox 360 & One 3 stars out of 4 Bungie Studios has come a long, long way from its early days as a side project by former University of Chicago undergrad Alex Seropian. It made its first big splash with the...
  • Virtual Court: Video Game Could Help Litigants Who Don't Have A Lawyer

    In the online world, would-be pilots pretend to land airplanes, medical residents replicate surgeries, and future investors manage fantasy portfolios in a virtual stock exchange in video games designed to simulate actual situations. Now, legal aid...
  • ‘Destiny’ review: Mars is lovely; too bad about the war

     
    THE PLAYER The opening moments of “Destiny” are mesmerizing. It’s a Mars landing, complete with sparkling views of our galaxy […]...
  • No big quake safety concern at California nuclear plant, regulators say

    There is no immediate or significant earthquake safety concern associated with California's last remaining nuclear power plant, federal regulators have decided. A U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission file released Wednesday contains the response to a...
  • 'No Man's Land' brings global voice to stories of World War I

    "No Man's Land: Fiction From a World at War 1914-1918," edited by Pete Ayrton; Pegasus (572 pages, $15.95) One hundred years ago this week, British and French forces defeated the German army during World War I in the Battle of the Marne. More than 2...
  • Rovio exec discusses the new power of mobile devices

    GamerHub.tv Rovio Entertainment is one of the most successful independent mobile game developers in the world today. The Helsinki-based studio has expanded its Angry Birds franchise with merchandising and licensing initiatives that have made the birds...
  • Switch to New Consoles Hurts Game Sales in August

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - The video game industry finds itself in an interesting holding pattern as consumers make the switch to new consoles from Sony and Microsoft. The good new is that consoles continue to sell at a brisk pace, with the...