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Guest Column: It's Make or Break Time for Apple

In this article titled "It's Make or Break Time for Apple," Guest Columnist Robert Tercek addresses the recent hysteria over the drop in Apple's share price and tackles the timely question: What will Apple accomplish in 2013?

Call of Duty World League finals start this week with $1.5...

Venture Beat reports: "The Call of Duty World League will come to a head this week with a finale tournament in Orlando, Florida, where a...

Nickelodeon International Launches ‘Nella the Princess Knight’ Games App

The Hollywood Reporter reports: "Nickelodeon International has launched Nella the Princess Knight: Kingdom Adventures, an app featuring games based on social-emotional lessons taught in the...

Lionsgate Orchestrates $11M Investment in ‘Power Rangers’ Mobile Game Developer

The Hollywood Reporter reports: "Lionsgate has brought together investing firms March Capital Partners and Ridge Ventures for an $11 million investment in game developer...

Roblox expects to pay $30m to devs this year

Gameindustry.biz reports: " Social platform Roblox, which has seen the production of over 29 million user-generated games, has announced today that the company is on...

Academy of Interactive Arts & Sciences and Wonderstruck Entertainment Announce...

Luminaries including Hideo Kojima, Amy Hennig, Kiki Wolfkill, Jenova Chen, Neil Druckmann, Jade Raymond, David Cage and many more, explore storytelling in games Los Angeles,...

How Red Dead Redemption’s writer wants Start VR to change storytelling

Venture Beat reports: "Red Dead Redemption is often regarded as one of the best video games from the past decade. The immensely detailed world...

Hey Look, The New ‘Assassin’s Creed Origins’ Game Just Leaked

Forbes reports: "The next Assassin's Creed game is called Assassin's Creed Origins and it takes place at the very beginning, when the Assassins were first crawling from the...

How Kabam self-published its Marvel mobile game in China — and...

VentureBeat reports "More than a year ago, San Francisco-based Kabam announced that it had teamed up with China’s Longtu Games to publish a Marvel mobile game in China. Today, Kabam has a No. 1 hit in the Chinese iOS mobile game market, but it accomplished it by self-publishing the title. Kabam’s free-to-play Marvel: Contest of Champions has generated well over $100 million in the West to date, and the company was eager to take it to China."

Kabam’s No. 2 exec explores the ins and outs of monetizing...

VentureBeat reports "The top companies make it look easy, but monetizing mobile games is a complicated beast. One of the companies that has managed this well so far — transitioning from social games on Facebook to mobile games on iOS and Android — is San Francisco’s Kabam."