The PC Gaming Alliance announced today that their ranks have been bolstered by the addition of eight new member companies, including the world's largest specialist games retailer, GameStop.
It is the most powerful gaming platform in the world, and with more than 300 million users, the most widely owned as well, so why does computer gaming seem to be suffering from an inferiority complex?
The PC Gaming Alliance (in conjunction with researchers DFC Intelligence) have released their report on 2008. How the year went down, in their eyes, for the PC market.
Capcom are one of the more high profile members of the PC Gaming Alliance, and as such, have a vested interest in the platform succeeding. But where do they see it headed?
While widespread PC game piracy is generally seen as a blight on the industry, PC Gaming Alliance president Randy Stude contends that the free exchange of games has definitely had a positive effect.
The PC Gaming Alliance today welcome two new members into the fold, as publisher Capcom and Southern Methodist University's Guildhall program signed up to help defend the PC market against "oh, it's dying" allegations.
Remember the PC Gaming Alliance? Yeah, formed back at the Game Developers Convention, it has representation from pretty much all of the big hardware brands in PC gaming, plus publishers Activision and Epic. And its president, Intel's Randy Stude, just went off on LucasArts for not creating a PC version of Star Wars:…
When the PC industry's big guns high-fived as they broke from a warm, gushy group hug, they high-fived with a pledge: that they'd do what they could to help give traditional PC gaming a kick in the pants. We've seen what Nvidia are doing, so what about AMD? They're...well, they're going to start putting little badges…