Rayman Raving Rabbids appeared on just about every platform imagineable, but a recently announced sequel will just be heading to the Wii and DS.
The organization that wants to give a laptop to every child in impoverished nations now also wants to give them free video games.
Anti-violent gaming activist Jack Thompson is now going after Microsoft’s upcoming alien killing Halo 3.
Playstation 3 users will soon be able to watch DVDs upscaled to 1080p and access their console from anywhere in the world with an Internet-connected PSP.
Nintendo hopes to sell 35 million Wii consoles in North America, and says it can achieve the goal by 2011.
Grand Theft Auto IV, scheduled for an October 16 release, will be offered as a regular video game as well as, for some extra cash, as a “Special Edition” in a “customized metal safety box.”
Electronic Arts is investing $167 million into The9, a mainland China-based game company.
Sony Computer Entertainment Inc has announced that it is working on a new PS3 model with an 80 GB hard drive.
Blizzard is working on a sequel to the 1998 classic Starcraft. It says it will pour as much time and money as possible to make it a worthwhile game.
Vivendi has reported sharply higher revenues thanks to strong sales of the World of Warcraft Burning Crusade expansion pack.
The PS3 version of the multi-platform title Stranglehold will come with something extra on it - a full-length feature film in high definition.
Nintendo's Wii, DS, and Pokemon games took the top spots in their respective categories last month, according to the latest data from NPD Group.
Microsoft has stepped up its Xbox Live security to ban any console that has been illegally modified from connecting online.
Sony today announced 30 new games headed to the PS3 platform.
Blizzard Entertainment is continuing to tease millions of gamers with their new splashpages on blizzard.com and worldofwarcraft.com.
The Voice-over IP (VoIP) program Skype is moving into the world of games, with an announcement of a new embedded tool that will allow users to invite friends to play online multiplayer games.
The public beta for Halo 3 has been extended by four days, due to a problem that prevented many users from accessing the game.
An all-new Bomberman game is heading to the Xbox 360 via the Live Arcade digital download service.
Amazon today announced that it will be launching a new music download store with DRM-free content later this year. The company said that it will offer “millions of songs” from more than 12,000 record labels, including EMI Music.
Halo fans should get their calendar ready, and mark September 25 as the release date for the final version of Halo 3. Extra: Slideshow