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How to enable in-app purchases on your iPhone, to buy upgrades and other features in your favorite apps and games
You may need to enable in-app purchases on an iPhone to unlock additional features or content in many apps and games.
The creators of 2019’s biggest new game are in hot water after calling fans ‘a–hats’ and ‘freeloaders’
The studio behind 2019's biggest new game, "Apex Legends," is embroiled in controversy after getting into a big fight with fans on Reddit.
Epic Games is bringing back the popular Drift skin, but his summer style will cost 1,500 v-bucks, even if you own the original.
The video game industry is facing government scrutiny over loot boxes, and the most powerful leaders in gaming are divided over what to do
Between outcry from players and potential federal regulation, the video game industry is facing a major challenge with the concept of loot boxes.
The company behind ‘Fortnite’ told UK lawmakers that the game isn’t addictive, after Prince Harry said it was ‘irresponsible...
Months after Prince Harry called the world's most popular game "irresponsible," Epic Games denied that "Fortnite" is intentionally predatory.
A US senator is pushing a bill to stop ‘Fortnite’ and other games from selling ‘loot boxes’ to kids. Here’s why loot box...
A new bill would prevent video game companies from selling microtransactions to children — and disrupt a multibillion-dollar business model.
The FTC will investigate whether a multi-billion dollar business model is getting kids hooked on gambling through video games
The Federal Trade Commission will investigate the use of micro-transactions and loot boxes at the request of Senator Maggie Hassan of New Hampshire.
‘Fortnite’ is free to play, but here’s why you should drop $10 for the premium item that makes the game so much better
Wondering whether or not the Battle Pass in "Fortnite" is worth your money? The answer is a resounding yes — it makes the game far richer.
People are spending over $1 million each day on the iPhone version of ‘Fortnite’ — and it’s only been out for a month
"Fortnite" is everywhere right now, and it's making more money than ever.
EA executive Patrick Söderlund apologized for the loot box controversy surrounding "Star Wars Battlefront 2" in a recent interview.