More old Dreamcast games get a new life

Sega promised it was going to start bringing its catalog of Dreamcast games as downloadable titles for the PS3 and Xbox 360, and it's continuing to make good on that promise. The publisher has just announced Space Channel 5 Part 2 and Sega Bass Fishing will be hitting the download pipes in "early 2011."

Brazil calls for GTA recall due to unauthorized Brazilian music

There's blood, sex, prostitutes, and strong language in Grand Theft Auto IV: Episodes From Liberty City, but it's an innocent 8-year-old Brazilian boy that's causing the real problems for Rockstar Games.

Sony packages together a Blu-ray 3D World Cup film

Did you just buy a 3D TV and miss out on the chance to watch the World Cup with 3D glasses? Or maybe your cable provider didn't haves ESPN 3D at the time. You are exactly who Sony's upcoming documentary is for.

Fallout: New Vegas DLC gets exclusive on Xbox 360

Microsoft has yet again paid money to keep third-party content in its court

If you want to see Oprah trying Kinect, watch today

When you think of Oprah, the latest video game technology probably isn't something that immediately comes to mind. But the queen of talk will welcome the Xbox 360 Kinect into her studio today.

Disc-free Netflix goes to Wii, completely unannounced

Stealing the thunder away from the PS3, which is also due today to receive a special app that allows Netflix instant streaming, Nintendo has just launched a "Netflix Channel" on the Wii.

Angry Birds hits a million Android downloads in 24 hours

Angry Birds has become a runaway success on the iPhone, and is now gaining unrivaled success on Android as well. That's because developer Rovio decided to make it available on Google's operating system for free.

Video game sales decline again

It was yet another bad month for video game sales - even worse than expected - as 2010 has become one of the worst years in recent industry history.

After cancelling latest title, Harry Potter back titles get 3D

Warner Bros just got finished saying it was worried about creating less than stellar 3D conversions to damage the Harry Potter franchise, when it was confirmed that it'll be going back to films that never had any intention of being in 3D and converting them anyway.

Perennially delayed Gran Turismo 5 is pushed back...again

Despite finally making a hard release date announcement after years of patience from fans, Sony has to push back the release of Gran Turismo 5 due to last-minute production issues.

Bioshock 2 PC players are totally snubbed from DLC

Count this as another reason to never play a PC game again.

Sonic the Hedeghog classic may look forward to 3D return

Old-school gamers will unite if a new rumor about everyone's favorite blue hedgehog is true

Microsoft shutters Massive in-game ad unit

As game publishers look to other forms of in-game revenue, Microsoft has closed the doors on a company it acquired to bring dynamic advertisements in video games.

Special edition, Mario-themed red Wii goes to UK

The most colorful Wii console yet in its 4-year history is heading to the UK and inciting encouragement that it will be heading to the US as well.

Say goodbye to Harry Potter 3D

Because of its inability to convert the latest Harry Potter movie into a worthwhile 3D presentation, Warner Bros will now only release the first part of The Deathly Hallows in boring 2D.

Apple mulls subscription-based all-you-can-eat iTunes

Apple is reportedly considering a big change to its iTunes music service that would give users access to the entire music library for a monthly fee.

Best Buy sells free PS3 upgrades for $30

Over the last four years, Sony has rolled out a whole lot of firmware updates to the PS3. Of course it never costs money to get the update applied to your PS3...or does it?

Delusional PS3 owners think their TV is now 3D

When it comes to 3D TV technology, people are still very ignorant as a new study shows 63% of console owners think their video game system will somehow magically give their TV the ability to output 3D content.

DC Universe won't go Online until 2011

Bad news, comic book nerds. DC Universe Online has been pushed back to 2011 after the developer hit snags in testing the beta networks. Problems are likely linked to the game's ambitious ability to play over PS3 and PC in the same online world.

Call of Duty goes 3D for Black Ops

Call of Duty: Black Ops will be one of the most  popular games to get the 3D treatment when it goes to the PS3 next month, setting what could potentially be a very important start to the industry of 3D games.