Shacknews caught up with Tim Sweeney at GDC 2018 to talk about Unreal Engine 4 and much more.
This week's Modojo Rewind features crucial information summoned through the wizardry of on-site interviews, plus more news and upcoming releases for Nintendo Switch owners.
We sat down with SAO: IF's producer to find out what it's like to build an authentic MMORPG experience for mobile platforms.
We spoke with the upcoming 4v4 mobile game's brand manager about what's still being tweaked to make this the perfect One Piece title.
Dragon Ball Legends' Overseas Producer explains how the process of balancing his game and how he used to like Vegeta but is all about Nappa now.
The Tropico series is back and this time, El Presidente is expanding his rule across a full island archipelago.
Travel between dimensions in the upcoming platformer-mystery from the creators of Runbow, which Shacknews tried out at this year's Game Developers Conference.
Now that Life is Strange: Before the Storm has said its Farewell, Shacknews has a few final questions to ask Deck Nine Games Narrative Director Zak Garriss at this year's Game Developers Conference.
This indie game is gonna milk its action for every last drop of thrills and humor it can.
The popular mobile racing game is getting a tune-up for its console and PC debut.
It may have wood paneling and a retro logo, but the latest console from Atari is looking to bring the company into the 21st century.
The critically-acclaimed HBO series is getting a mobile game just in time for season 2.
We talk with System Era PR man and all-around hunky stud Joe Tirado about Astroneer.
In the middle of all of the excitement at this year's Game Developers Conference, Shacknews made time to have a cup of coffee with Blizzard North co-founder David Brevik to chat about his upcoming solo project It Lurks Below, what he's still learning after 27 years in the industry, his daughter looking to follow his footsteps, taking feedback from Twitch, and more.
The head honcho at Matt Makes Games stopped to chat with Shacknews at the 2018 GDCAs.
Winner winner, human brains for dinner!
It's dangerous to build an empire alone. Why not bring a friend along for the adventure?
This tribute to classic ninja games of the past looks like it has a bright future.
Oh, what a feeling, when you're racing on the ceiling.
It's okay to talk about mental health and ask for help. That's the primary mission behind Take This. Shacknews had a chance to speak to new Executive Director Kate Edwards about the charity's direction, the new Ambassador Program, and the importance of opening up.