Jan 27, 2014
Christian Science Monitor
Microsoft buys Gears of War franchise
Microsoft has acquired the franchise to the popular Gears of War series, quashing the dreams of gamers who had hoped the gory sci-fi shooter series might eventually make an appearance on a Nintendo or Sony console.
Blog Post: Two of Microsoft's rising stars are among Forbes 2013 '30 under 30' list
Two of Microsoft's rising stars have landed onto Forbes "30 Under 30" list in the video games category: Jessie Coombs, 28, and Andrew Kim, 22. Forbes' third annual "30 Under 30" lists feature the "brightest stars in 15 different fields under the age of 30." Forbes wrote that Coombs, one of only three women on the list, "is a senior producer within ... (more)
Holiday Picks 64 - #63 Gears of War: Judgment
Next to Halo and Assassin's Creed , the Gears of War series proved to be one of the more prolific transmedia properties in the last gaming generation.
Video games face Aussie recall
GRAPHIC VIOLENCE: Children of the 80s rejoice. Rambo: First Blood and Rambo III are being made into a video game.