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Nier: Automata Shipments And Digital Sales Exceed Two Million
Square Enix Ltd., today announced that the worldwide shipment and digital sales of the critically acclaimed post-apocalyptic action-RPG, Nier Automata.



The Switch is Doomed (PressureCast Episode One-Hundred-Ninety-Nine)
Nintendo Throws a Third Party Party With a New New 2DS.



Is 'Jump' the New Netflix of Indie Gaming?
Jump is a monthly subscription service that lets you stream select indie titles.



AM2R didn't deserve to die for Metroid: Samus Returns to live
BRS' Christian Vazquez examines how Nintendo treated the AM2R fan remake of Metroid II: Return of Samus, and what they could learn from companies like Sega.



iOS 11 releases for iPhones and iPads today, but it's bad news for video games
The difficulty of preserving mobile video games means that tens of thousands of them are about to be lost forever.



NASSCOM Game Developer Conference 2017 has announced its first wave of speakers
NASSCOM Gaming Forum today announced the first wave of speakers for the NASSCOM Game Developer Conference 2017, Indias biggest video games development conference.



Why Video Games Cost So Much To Make
Video game publishers are notoriously secretive about the budgets behind their games, but when a number does slip out, it can be shocking. Games like Call of Duty and Grand Theft Auto cost hundreds of millions of dollars to make, which is tough to fathomuntil you do the math.



Microsoft adds its gaming chief to its Senior Leadership Team | ZDNet
Microsoft's Phil Spencer, now an Executive Vice President, is becoming part of the company's inner circle of advisers, in a move signaling the growing importance of gaming to the company.



Are Loot Boxes Gambling? And Should It Be Regulated As Such?
Loot boxes are a popular feature in many games these days, but are they gambling? Even though money is not being won from investing in boxes.



Could Fortnite's Cross Platform "Slip-up" Change Sony's Mind?
Now that players are aware Cross Platform is not only possible and even ready for many games, will the pressure be on for Sony to allow it sooner rather than later?