Hopes to "offer the next generation of real money games"
Now comment and interact with communities on the go.
Seek. Destroy. Then plant. And destroy more.
Maxis GM rejects notion of DRM being the reason for always-online feature.
Mobile gaming, tax relief and the rise of small studios credited.
To bring out more "high quality games".
The life president of Eidos certainly keeps busy.
While physical game sales were lower, digital sales are thriving.
Despite troubles in 2012, the company is still bringing in the dough every month.
However, the smartphone and PC gaming business is thriving.
Things only get worse for the once gargantuan social game developer.
The game joins Mafia Wars 2 in getting the ax.
President Yoichi Wada weighs in on why we're seeing a rise in social games from SE.
Obesity? What obesity?
Plans to expand in the free gaming market for Asia.
Roy Sehgal and Steve Schrech are the latest to leave the flailing social games studio.
Departures and plummeting stock share prices continue to dog the social games dev.
Paul Joseph Wrider hops aboard the fail boat.
Brenda Romero working to find jobs for unemployed devs.
"People are exaggerating the decline [of social gaming]"