Everybody seems to want to work for gaming studios these days. But not all studios are created equal.read more
The Canadian Videogame Awards is pleased to announce celebrated videogame actor Mark Meer as the new host for the 5th annual ceremony, taking place November 21st at The Carlu in the heart of downtown Toronto.read more
PlayStation 4 owners in Canada can now access PlayStation Now.read more
Vancouver's infamy as a hotbed of the gaming industry is more than deserved, thanks to the triple-A behemoths, the flurry of independent developers, and all of the talent distributed between them. But it's also home to one of Canada's most innovative transmedia companies—though they would not encourage use of that word.read more
Since launching the Xbox One for $100 less but without Kinect in early June, Microsoft says sales of the next-generation gaming console have "more than doubled."read more
Gamers form a huge community, often collaborating with individuals around the world. In recognition of the strength and cohesiveness of the gaming community, BC Children’s Hospital Foundation and Children’s Miracle Network Canada are appealing to BC’s gamers to attend BC’s first "Extra Life" Guild event on July 15.read more
Cutbacks by the Quebec provincial government are impacting Ubisoft's ability to expand in Montreal.read more
Again showcasing Canadian talent and creativity, an impressive number of Canadian developed and published video games are taking centre stage at this year’s Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3 Expo) in Los Angeles.read more
In today’s tech startup scene, it takes a strong stomach and an iron will to compete in an ever-changing environment. With the entire industry predicated towards looking beyond the horizon for the next great innovation, the next great trend and opportunity, the idea of building for old technology is highly counterintuitive.read more
Evolution of Gaming is an interactive, retrospective event that aims to celebrate the history of videogames.read more
Glitchsoft and Marvel this week released a mobile game called "Uncanny X-Men: Days of Future Past."
Currently available for iOS ($2.99) and later for Android, the action side-scroller pays tribute to classic Uncanny X-Men comic books #141 and #142.
The game recreates "one of the most iconic stories" from the X-Men comic book universe, according to the Ottawa-based developer. Based on John Byrne and Chris Claremont's original comics, the game tells the story of the Sentinel Uprising. In the future, the world is in ruins, and the X-Men have failed to protect it. The X-Men have been granted one chance to re-write history and return to the past to stop this war from starting.
Players will experience fast-paced action as they navigate with one of five mutants—Wolverine, Kitty Pryde, Colossus, Cyclops, or Scarlet Witch—while they fight for the future of mutant- and human-kind in two separate timelines.The game promises five hours is unique playtime across 23 stages, including a post-apocalyptic New York City and the X-Mansion.
London's Big Viking Games has saved the players of YoVille.read more