Portland (OR) – You can never have enough bandwidth or energy drinks. This is the motto that hundreds of gamers will use over the weekend as they attend the PDXLAN gaming party in Portland Oregon. LAN party coverage is nothing new, so we’re covering the unsung, but still very technical aspects of a LAN party, namely the power and network connections. For most of the day, I followed more than a dozen volunteers around as they spliced network cables, configured routers and guzzled cases of Brawndo energy drink to stay awake.
Nintendo has contacted the US Trade Representative, asking it to help fight video game piracy around the world.
About one in every six Xbox 360 consoles suffers from the "red rings of death" or other problems causing it to be disabled.
Electronic Arts has set a launch date for Spore, the anticipated computer and Nintendo DS game from "Sims" creator Will Wright.
Famous rave DJ Tiësto has joined forces with Streamline Studios, the makers of music and special effects for famous game titles like Gears of War and Unreal Tournament 3.
Super Smash Bros Brawl has sold a million copies in Japan, taking a record-worthy 11 days to hit that mark.
Cryptic Studios has shut the lid on production for a massively multiplayer online game that would have pit Marvel comic characters together in a big melee.
Opinion - The HD DVD camp suffered two major blows today and no matter you look at it, begins to look like the certain loser of the high-def format war. HD DVD better has a secret weapon that it can aim at Blu-ray now. Otherwise Toshiba can only hope for a miracle or actually admit defeat. But it is not only Toshiba that loses.
Netflix believes the winner in the HD format war has been determined and said that it will be stocking Blu-ray discs exclusively.
Little-known video game publisher Mastiff has acquired the licensing rights to the Major League Eating organization, and is planning to release a virtual competitive eating game this summer.
The unique, surreal game Flow is poised to make its debut on the PSP in the same way it was released on the Playstation 3 - via digital download.
We don’t want to get your hopes up just, yet, but there appears to be a slight chance that Duke Nuk'em Forever, five-time winner of Wired’s Vaporware Awards, may be released this year.
Warner Bros has announced nearly two dozen new Blu-ray movies that will be coming out this year as well as five more already confirmed for 2009, its first major product update since it announced it will be dropping HD DVD in April.
Fresh on the heels of a record-breaking financial quarter, Activision announced it is working on three new installments in the popular Guitar Hero franchise and a sequel to Call of Duty 4.
While the rest of the world is still sticking with one official PS3 casing color, Japan is about to get its third with a "satin silver" design coming out there next month.
A 12-year-old boy was treated for second-degree burns after a PSP burnt a hole in his pocket, ironically with the game "Burnout" inside.
The first solid details of Steven Spielberg's foray into the console gaming market have come forth, as Boom Blox for the Wii is now officially on tap for a spring 2008 release.
Old school video games have found a pretty successful home under the "Wii Shop Channel", as Nintendo announced that over 10 million legacy game titles have been downloaded on the Virtual Console.
Effective immediately, the MSRP for the HD DVD add-on to Microsoft's Xbox 360 is now $129.99, and yes, it does still include the offer for five free HD DVD movies.