Police and news media are still trying to figure out what caused Virginia Tech student Cho Seung-Hui to kill himself along with 32 classmates and teachers, but so far violent video games don’t appear to be a factor.
Blizzard is now offering a 10-day free trial of its Burning Crusade World of Warcraft Expansion.
Nintendo has announced that more than 500,000 copies of the new Pokemon games for the DS have been reserved, more than doubling the amount of pre-orders for the last wave of Pokemon RPG games.
Boy do we have a contest for those hungry Pac-Man players out there.
Ubisoft is working on a video game based on the epic TV drama Lost, according to comments made by two of the show's producers in an official ABC podcast.
A group of Electronic Arts Canada executives have formed their own video game company focused on creating and porting games to the Nintendo Wii and DS.
As many as 160 employees may be laid off from Sony Computer Entertainment Europe (SCEE), according to an internal memo that has been leaked to the media.
Sega today announced details about Sonic Rush Adventure for the DS, announcing it as the first online multiplayer Sonic game in the blue hedgehog's 15 year history.
With two weeks before the launch of a 120 GB Xbox 360, Sony said today that it is considering coming out with a Playstation 3 that boasts a larger internal capacity.
Microsoft is offering $100,000 to the budding TV producer in a contest that will put the winner's show on the Xbox Live Marketplace.
San Jose (CA) - There is another media player coming your way. Adobe is trying to squeeze itself between existing applications such as Microsoft’s Windows Media Player and Apple’s iTunes and offer a new desktop software that will allow consumers to stream, download, manage and play videos.
Adobe is showing a preview of the new player at the currently running NAB 2007 tradeshow in Las Vegas and said that it plans to release a free, public version of the software later this year.
As the first entry for the iconic plumber on Nintendo's new platform, Super Paper Mario comes through in a big way.
Blizzard has announced the long-awaited Blizzcon 2007 convention.Irvine (CA) - Blizzard has announced the long-awaited Blizzcon 2007 convention. The convention will be held at the Anaheim Convention Center in Southern California on August 3rd and 4th and will combine discussion panels, artist signings and gaming tournaments. World of Warcraft fans have eagerly nearly two years since the inaugural Blizzcon back in 2005. Blizzard says tickets will be $100 per person and you can expect those to sell out quickly.
Joost, an Internet TV network currently developed by the founders of Skype, will be showing episodes from CBS programs, including CSI, Survivor and CBS Evening News.
The finalized version of the Wii's web browser is now available as a free download from the console's online store.
The smaller capacity version of the PS3 is officially on its way out because it accounted for less than 10% of all unit sales, according to Sony.
iTunes has begun selling feature movies from MGM.
Cable-television giant Comcast has purchased online movie ticket seller Fandango.
Guiness World Records will announce at the London Book Fair that it is working on its first edition of a book of video game records.
Bungie today announced on its website that it will release the Halo 3 multiplayer beta on May 16 at 12:00 am PST. The beta will run until June 6 11:59 pm PST.