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Creator Will Wright on his ambitious new project — and why he doesn’t see anything he has made as a game
The ‘gamification’ of leisure and work has become widespread — and controversial
Beijing’s restrictions hand rivals in the US and South Korea a big advantage, say experts
Beijing warns tech companies over ‘erroneous tendencies’ in latest assault on sector
The new restrictions reflect Beijing’s increasing concerns about the reach of the country’s tech giants
From its troubled Soviet origins, the game became world famous by creating order from chaos
Analysts warn rules on the hours teenagers can play will hit future revenues at Tencent and NetEase
All of us should worry about the control gaming and social media companies exert
Escapist entertainment can have real social and mental benefits if used wisely
Restrictions will hit game makers’ revenue and may threaten player loyalty in the long term
Historical games walk a tightrope between accuracy and engagement
Minors only allowed to play on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays under latest rules to hit tech groups
‘Social deduction’ games such as Among Us and Dread Hunger have grown in popularity, especially during lockdown
Chief executive Jason Citron is looking to broaden the appeal of the popular chat platform
Ladbrokes-owner announces deal for Unikrn as gambling industry’s regulatory landscape shifts
Group’s IPO price failed to reflect the risks in its exposure to China
South Korea’s Krafton falls close to 20 per cent after $3.8bn IPO on valuation concerns
New business models target a small number of high-spending power users
Beijing’s game of sectoral whack-a-mole means investors must expect limits on share valuations
Gaming’s global popularity would boost the Summer Games’ ageing, declining viewership
Online games branded ‘spiritual opium’ in Beijing’s latest assault on tech and its social impact
The trend for bringing together fictional universes and characters is on the rise — but not everyone is on board
Video-streaming giant is turning its hit shows into games to retain super fans
Last week someone paid $1.56m for a pristine, never-opened copy of Super Mario 64. What is going on?
Sheffield-based developer is behind ‘Forza’ and ‘Hitman’ franchises