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
Owners of the Xbox 360 HD DVD player can now download an update that should fix a couple playback problems that have recently plagued the top-selling HD DVD hardware.
Eidos today announced that it will bring Tomb Raider: Anniversary to the Wii.
EMI said late Monday that it will be releasing Paul McCartney’s entire solo catalog “across all digital platforms.” And there is even hope that Beatles songs may finally become available through commercial download platforms.
Microsoft opened up the doors to Halo 3 in New York City and San Francisco on Friday to give gamers a first glimpse at the game, about a week before beta testing begins.
The Visual Effects Society has ranked 50 movies that have had the most impact on the movie industry over a period of more than 100 years. Star Wars was chosen as the most influential visual effects film of all time.
The long-running Soul Calibur fighting series is headed for a Wii exclusive.
Microsoft's first-party game studio today announced that the Xbox 360's Forza Motorsport 2 is ready to be mass produced and sent out to stores.
Electronic Arts has announced that the long-lasting cartoon family is heading to all next-gen platforms, assumedly to correspond with The Simpsons Movie slated for theaters this summer. Extra: slideshow
EA Mobile has announced plans to bring out a quartet of new casual games to the fifth-generation iPod platform.
Microsoft this week released an update for the Xbox 360, which adds the much talked about integration with MSN's Live Messenger application.
Nintendo will only ship DS Lite versions of the long-awaited browser software to retail stores.
In what may be the first game to be ported directly from PC to Wii, Data Design Interactive today announced it will bring Call of Heroes to Nintendo's newest console after it's released for the PC next month.