Hammer, war, whatever.

Jack Emmert’s NetEase-owned studio rebrands as Jackalyptic Games, teases Warhammer 40K title

The studio is named Jackalyptic Games, it's owned by Netease, and it's headed by Jack Emmert. You might think that you wouldn't want to...
Punch drunk.

The Daily Grind: Which MMO studio has the most credibility?

Some MMO studios love to treat credibility in much the same way that you treat a tissue during a head cold, there to be...

The Daily Grind: Which MMO studio do you find the least believable?

Over the course of several years working in this industry, I have grown more willing to believe some studios and less willing to believe...
Pie, meet sky.

Bloomberg takes a look at the growing presence of ‘Blizzard 2.0’

By this point everyone has had time to read and analyze that lengthy piece on IGN about Blizzard as a company in turmoil, wracked...
We're not friends, right? Good.

Omar Gonzalez, a chief architect of World of Warcraft Classic, has departed Blizzard for Dreamhaven

If you're a fan of WoW Classic, you have Omar Gonzalez to thank for it. You may not have known about that, but it's true;...
It's fine, everything is fine, this is fine.

The Daily Grind: What gives you cause to forgive MMO studios or publishers?

There are a lot of reasons people have to dislike NCsoft as a publisher. But oddly enough, if you're a fan of WildStar who has sworn...
So... bye.

Half of the LawBreakers founding team has left the studio

The face of LawBreakers development and Boss Key is arguably Cliff Bleszinski, but Arjan Brussee was co-founder of the studio and half of the...
Look in my eyes, what do you see? Creative bankruptcy.

The Daily Grind: Do you grade MMO studios on a curve?

Here's a non-surprise that came out of a discussion between Bree and me: We totally grade MMO studios on a curve. That curve is...
It's really the least of their problems.

Star Citizen is reportedly unaffected by the Crytek shutdowns

Here's the bad news: Crytek, the company behind the CryEngine, has been forced to shutter five separate studios as part of a major restructuring....
More than you know.

Ubisoft Annecy joins the many teams working on The Division

You remember The Division, right? We sort of do. It was supposed to be released... eventually. Was it supposed to be now? Meh, doesn't...