Throwing its name into the pot of video game-based slasher horror flicks, Wolfenstein is heading to a big screen debut.
Preventing the risk of future problems with the Wii strap, Nintendo has reportedly made it even more secure.
Gamers still logging onto older versions of Madden, FIFA, Tiger Woods, and others don't have much more time until EA suspends all online gaming features for dozens of titles.
Take Two's anticipated Grand Theft Auto IV will miss the pivotal holiday timeline for 2007, adding several months to the wait time for fans of the series.
Electronic Arts (EA) and Crytek today announced that the first person shooter Crysis will be hitting retail shelves on November 16.>> In Pictures: Crysis preview
Rockstar has officially filed the paperwork to appeal the decision made by a UK regulatory committee to effectively ban the title from going on sale in the country.
Agents from the United States Immigration and Customs (ICE) have raided 32 game console modders across several states.
Sony is working on a digital tuner that would bring live TV recording to the Playstation 3 in parts of the world next year.
In a surprising revelation, Halo developer Bungie announced last night that Halo 3 will include a cooperative online mode that allows up to four players to team up and battle together over Xbox Live.
Racing series Colin McRae, known for its attention to realistic vehicle damage, is heading to the Playstation 3 this fall with Colin McRae: Dirt.
Opinion - Nintendo let me take a spin through another round of Super Mario Galaxy today and I'm now beginning to really appreciate what this holiday title can bring to the Wii.
New York (NY) - At an event held by Nintendo yesterday in New York City, we got a chance to score some more hands-on time with some of Nintendo's upcoming titles and made sure we put Wii Fit through its paces, at least for its initial preview build. Here is what you can expect when the device will debut in the first half of next year.
Sharper monitors and special versions of games will reinvigorate PC gaming, according to Nvidia representatives.
San Diego (CA) – Hundreds of thousands of comic book, video game and movie fans are flocking to this year’s Comic-Con convention in San Diego where old and new media are mixing together. Movie and comic producers, artists and stars gave panels, while both the young and the young at heart played the newest video games in the booming and bustling part of the exhibition hall. Of course it wouldn’t be Comic-Con without comics, but those were relegated to a sedate back section of the hall.
Adult film makers in Japan will be churning out more Blu-Ray movies, thanks to some technical support from Sony.
Electronic Arts CEO John Riccitiello admitted that the company should have spent more time working on the Wii instead of focusing on the PS3 and Xbox 360.
Electronic Arts has announced details about its latest expansion pack to The Sims 2, letting users take their virtual family on exotic vacations.
Blood and guts aren’t something you usually associate with Disney, but the company best known for Mickey Mouse is developing a fairly bloody first person shooter called Turok for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 consoles.>> In Pictures: Disney shows off Turok at Comic Con ...
Step aside next-gen gaming systems, because the king of the last generation is still here to play, accounting for 42% of all game use last month.
San Diego (CA) - Following recent cuts in Blu-ray Disc players and continued beatings of HD DVD, Microsoft has taken $20 off the MSRP of the Xbox 360 HD DVD player add-on.
The basic Xbox 360 peripheral is the best-selling HD DVD player and even with the purchase of the $300 game console it has remained an inexpensive way to move into the high-def format.