Because the actual election promises to be the beginning of the End Of Days, it might be safer—and more fun—to just play a video game about it instead.
Reading the comments on my current survey about how publishers have violated gamers' trust, it is clear that business practices around downloadable content have left a bad taste in many gamers' mouths.
Stardock deals itself in to the mobile market. Dead Man's Draw, a rather spiffy-looking card game for iOS, marks the developer's debut on mobile platforms. You can get it here.
Two lawsuits involving the gaming studio Stardock have been settled, and as part of the settlement, the ex-employee participating in both suits has written a letter apologizing to the studio for her involvement.
Last week, the rights to Homeworld, a beloved old RTS series by Relic, went under the hammer as part of an auction following the closure of former publisher THQ.
Stardock's CEO dove into a nearly-frozen lake to rescue his dog today. "Definitely the coldest I've ever been." Brave!
UPDATE 2: Both cases discussed in this story were dismissed in September of 2013, with Alexandra Miseta apologizing for bringing her suit against Brad Wardell. Read that full update here.
Stardock is now fighting a legal war on two fronts. Only a day after news of its case against a former employee emerged, the publisher is now being taken to court by Rebellion, the developers of games like Sniper Elite and the original (and awesome) Alien vs Predator.
Sometimes when you leave a job, it's mutual, and everything's cool! Other times, you may want to feel the need to punch out with a little "fuck you" scrawled on your former place of employ. That can be fine, sometimes, but there are limits. And Stardock, the publisher of Sins of a Solar Empire, are accusing a former…
Stardock is now best known s the publisher of the Sins of a Solar Empire and Elemental franchises, after selling online distribution service Impulse last year. They have just released their annual customer report, talking not only about their experiences in 2011 but also looking into the crystal ball of PC gaming in…
Now that they've offloaded that pesky digital distribution platform, Stardock is free to spread its catalog to greener pastures, starting with today's release of Sins of a Solar Empire: Trinity on Steam.
Game retailer GameStop is buying Impulse, the video game digital distribution subsidiary of Stardock and rival to Valve's Steam. GameStop also bought game streaming outfit Spawn Labs, which will bring "immediate access to a wide selection of high-definition video games on demand on any Internet-enabled device." Sure…
The intergalactic war of Ironclad Games' real-time strategy game Sins of a Solar Empire has gone on too long, prompting the game's third expansion, Rebellion, packed with new tech and ships capable of destroying entire fleets all by their lonesome.
When a retail game from a noted PC developer launches and is then quickly found to be broken, who do you bring in to help fix things? In Stardock's case, they hired a guy who made mods for Civilization.
We're two weeks into the World Cup and the obnoxious drone of the vuvuzela hasn't abated. Fear not, Stardock, which published Sins of a Solar Empire, made a free app that strips the horn's noise from streaming broadcasts.
The Random House Publishing Group is taking its storytelling expertise "one step further", forming a group dedicated to crafting original story content for video games and collaborating with developers on existing IP. like Stardock's Elemental: War of Magic.
Just about everybody involved with digital distribution is coy when it comes to sales numbers. Nobody wants to give the game away. But that doesn't stop some - like publishers/online retailers Stardock - from trying to guess!
Elemental: War of Magic is a PC turn-based strategy game with a sweet map and a marriage alliance system that sounds like something from George R.R. Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire series.