Microsoft continues to expand the family room appeal of its Xbox 360 console and announced that it will begin offering Disney’s movie portfolio in standard and high definition through the Xbox Live Marketplace.
Some game company executives are avoiding the new and slimmed down E3 gaming convention.
No, Blizzard hasn’t ported World of Warcraft to the Apple iPhone, but Alan Joyce has managed to play the game with the help of some free Google software.
World of Warcraft players in China are getting a friendlier version of the game after a Chinese distributor removed all bones and skeletons.
A special edition version of Civilization IV will make its way to stores later this month, offering an "impressive list" of exclusive bonus items.
In response to Sony's recently announced PS3 price drop in the US, Microsoft's Japan division said it has no plans to change the price on the Xbox 360, but left North America out of the conversation.
Just two days ahead of its E3 press briefing, Sony has brought the price of the Playstation 3 down from $600 to $500. An 80 GB model is also now slated for the U.S.
MSN said that its webcast of the Live Earth concert series had the “the most simultaneous viewers of any online concert ever.” The website did not disclose how many simultaneous users it recorded today, but mentioned that it had delivered more than 10 million video streams between Friday 9 pm and Saturday 3 p.m. EST.
Sony has paid for a full-page ad in the Manchester Evening News, apologizing for using the city's cathedral in the violent shooter Resistance: Fall of Man.
The BBC has announced it is bringing Galapagos, a documentary of the Galapagos Islands, to high definition DVD formats, hoping to catch in on the success seen by Planet Earth.
Sierra Entertainment announced today that the flying purple fire breather will be the star of another Spyro game, in its first transition to the next-gen arena.
Sony’s President Ryoji Chubachi has quashed Internet rumors about an upcoming $100 price drop for the PlayStation 3 console.
During a conference call to discuss the new warranty initiative, Microsoft said it fell short of its fiscal year goal of 12 million Xbox 360s by the end of June.
Microsoft today said that it is now covering Xbox 360 consoles with a 3-year warranty for general hardware failures and will reimburse customers who previously paid for certain repairs.
The pumped up, HDMI compatible Xbox 360 is making its way to Japan.
Electronic Arts today announced an exclusive feature that will make its way to the Wii versions of upcoming EA Sports titles.