Sony Computer Entertainment Japan announced today that it will launch a new PS3 later this year with a 40 GB hard drive, which will also be available in ceramic white.
After an unbelievably successful run for Burger King last year, Toyota is trying its hand in the "advergame" business with the release of "Yaris".
Eternal Image, a company that specializes in brand name funerary products, said that it will be offering Star Trek branded urns and caskets by the end of this year. The company will offer initially an urn that “is reminiscent of the 24th century styling of the United Federation of Planets and Starfleet.”
Rockstar was able to get a toned down version of Manhunt 2 through the ESRB, but it is having a more difficult time getting approval in the UK.
Chicago (IL) – The Atari 2600, considered by many the origin of the modern game console market, is celebrating its 30th birthday this month.
A scale replica of a Star Wars X-Wing fighter disintegrated in mid-flight after being launched in Plaster City, California.
An entirely new PS3 hardware is apparently on its way to to retailers in time for the holiday season.
The recently redesigned version of the PSP has already sold 580,000 units in Japan, more than the same amount in the same time frame for the original PSP.
Sony has taken the PS3's digital download capability to a platform no other console has tried yet - video tutorials.
US retailers have begun listing yet another version of the Xbox 360, a special low-cost bundle for casual gamers.
The newest feature to enter the realm of high definition video is the ability to go shopping online, directly from an HD DVD player.
Midway has announced that Unreal Tournament 3, originally set to be its killer PS3 app for the holiday season, may not make it out this year after all.
Nintendo has introduced a new product that slips over the Wii for users to have a better grip on it, and existing Wii owners can apply to get up to four for free.
Ontario (CA) – Basic car maintenance like changing your oil and rotating tires may seem easy to grease monkeys, but to many people it’s as mysterious and complicated as brain surgery. Now, there’s a video podcast called “Fuel Time” that promises to show basic car fixes, all without embarrassing yourself.
Ontario (CA) - Imagine being able to ask the Ninja from Ask a Ninja not just one question but a whole bunch of questions all at once! TGDaily.com was given a chance to do just that at the 3rd Annual Podcasting and New Media Expo in Ontario, California this past weekend. Even better, we lived to tell about it.
Reginald Fils-Aime, the president of Nintendo's North American division, recently said that Wii production will not be able to meet consumer demand this holiday season, for the second year in a row.