The latest on dit on financial blogs is an angry buzz over yesterday’s Zynga stock crash. What’s got knickers in a twist is that a number of well-placed Zynga insiders – CEO Marc Pincus, COO John Schappert and and CFO David Wehner – sold off a stack of stock at around $12, weeks before Zynga revealed its quarterly earnings and precipitated a plummet to $3. VentureBeat reports there’s no evidence of shady practices; Zynga took steps to stop stockholders offloading too much stock, and indeed most insiders held on to the majority of their shares.
Destiny 2 has a way of limiting the amount of XP gained during gameplay once you reach a certain, hidden threshold.
Lucasfilm has come out in support of EA’s decision to temporarily remove microtransactions from Star Wars: Battlefront 2.
We’ve got the full list of Walmart Black Friday deals for 2017 including all the savings across PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and 3DS games and hardware. All of the following discounts will go live from the evening of November 23rd or the start of Black Friday itself. There’s a vast library of games of games to […]