- Zynga's delayed IPO progresses with the release of a ticker name.
- The European release of Star Wars: The Old Republic is brought in-line with the US date.
- Street Fighter X Tekken gets a firm release date.
- Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary's Kinect features are detailed.
- Rockstar reveals that GTA III will be coming to single-core iOS devices as well as their A5-powered equivalents.
- Chinese social game developer Happy Elements raises $30 million for an expansion into the west.
- RIM offers free games to users affected by its service outage.
- Namco Bandai is set to publish Level-5's Ni No Kuni in the west.
- First footage of mobile GTA III surfaces.
- The Devil May Cry HD Collection is confirmed.
- iPhone 4 enjoys record opening weekend sales.
- Mojang wins an interim injunction in its trademark dispute with Zenimax.
- Japanese retailers report that PlayStation Vita pre-order stock is selling out rapidly.
- Facebook changes its reporting methods, sending game's user figures plummeting.
- Unity Technologies says that rapidly evolving mobile technology will soon offer diminishing returns for developers.
- DICE's Battlefield 3 beta ensnares more than eight million players.
- UKIE announces that it will lead a cross-industry computer science coalition to act on recommendations in Hope Livingstone Review.
- Apple's share value hits a record high.
- To celebrate the launch of Newsstand on iOS, we're giving away a digital issue of Edge for free.
- Apple's run continues as it posts record fourth quarter results.
- Battlefield 3 pre-orders hit two million.
- Sony reveals the US and European release dates for PlayStation Vita.
- Rovio releases some astonishing user data for Angry Birds.
- Dead Or Alive and Ninja Gaiden creator Tomonobu Itagaki and EA's chief creative director Richard Hilleman are confirmed for DICE 2012.
- Neowiz's first MMORPG will use Unreal Engine.
- Introversion shelves its ambitious heist sim, Subversion, indefinitely.
- EA's Origin service reaches five million daily users.
- CCP announces a major round of redundancies.
- Double Fine announces Happy Action Theatre.
- DICE reveals that Battlefield 3 will play in "standard def" on Xbox 360 if the optional texture pack isn't installed.
- PlayStation Store launches on Sony Tablet S.
- PlayStation branded 3D Display gets a US release date.
- Abertay University's Prototype Fund invests £225,000 in nine UK start-ups.
- IGF Pirate Kart collects 300 indie morsels into one delicious package.
- Gaikai launches first ever YouTube game demo.
- Frogster announces that the European servers for Mythos are to close.
- Turtle Rock looks to be using CryEngine for its in-development FPS.
- Hilmar Petursson speaks candidly about CCP's redundancies.
- UK retailer Game launches digital payment option GAMEwallet.
- The winners of the Golden Joysticks are revealed.
- Nintendo confirms that it will release a firmware update for 3DS in December.
- SOE's MMOG Free Realms reaches 20 million registered players.
- Bethesda quashes Doom 4 postponement rumours.
- Tools company Navigo releases the first ever professional narrative-design tool for games.
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