Borderlands 3 has no mercy when it comes to loot boxes.
Half of a recent survey of gamers found that they regretted purchasing loot boxes in a video game.
Following a recent British parliamentary inquiry recommending that loot boxes targeted towards children be banned, EA has responded with firm disagreement. The report comes following nine months of ga...
Sony, Nintendo, and Microsoft will start requiring that major game publishers disclose their loot box odds for future games released on their respective platforms.
The UK's Digital Minister has argued that loot boxes are not a form of gambling. Furthermore, she believes they should not be covered by gambling law.
Sonic Horses will use “surprise mechanics” so that players will be surprised by how ethically Sega treats their tiny, nonexistent horses.
EA’s FIFA 20 takes it to the streets with the long-requested Volta Football mode in which men and women can finally share the pitch together. FIFA Street last debuted in 2012 on the previous generatio...
A bill banning the sale of in-game loot boxes to children could well be detrimental to sports games such as FIFA and NBA 2K.
Google’s Play Store will now require games with loot boxes to disclose their odds. The moves follows the recent trend of rebuking mechanisms that can form addiction in children, and will shed light on...
US Republican senator Josh Hawley claims that the gaming industry's higher-ups are worried about a bill he plans to introduce which will see pay-to-win microtransactions banned from games.
Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp & Fire Emblem Heroes Are Being Discontinued In Belgium Due To Microtransaction Laws
Nintendo will be pulling both Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp and Fire Emblem Heroes from mobile phones in Belgium this coming August, due to laws in the country that hold loot boxes to the same standards as gambling.
Those random consumable items you get in loot boxes are coming under public scrutiny. Media reports say that the Federal Trade Commission will talk to the public later this year about issues surrounding loot boxes, particularly for children.