Sony has introduced nine new high definition TVs under its elite Bravia LCD line.
Celebrating the 10-year run of the adventure series, Tomb Raider: Anniversary is now available for the PC and Playstation 2.
In its latest reorganization, Sony Computer Entertainment America has laid off nearly 100 employees, demanding they leave the premises immediately upon notice of termination.
Miami (FL) – Alienware has announced a new entertainment center PC that doesn’t look out of place under your TV.
Called the Hangar18, Alienware’s new EPC integrates lots of processing power and storage capacity to take you into the high-definition age. Priced from $2000 for 720p capable units, the Hangar18 sports a stylish design that is reminiscent of typical high-end AV devices and comes with a 250 GB hard drive, an AMD Athlon X2 4200+ processor, 2 GB of memory, 802.11 b/g connectivity and a joystick-like remote.
Electronic Arts has created EA Casual Entertainment, a new division designed specifically for casual gaming, an area that it has become increasingly interested in over the past few years.
As part of the Xbox Live Arcade's weekly update, a retooled version of Pac-Man has been added to the online store, as a tribute to the retiring founder of the classic arcade game.
Opinion - In the past week, new services for both the Nintendo DS and Sony PSP have pumped up their online presence, making it a perfect time to take a second look at the two handhelds' Wi-Fi features. Quite simply, when it comes to additional Web-based services, Sony is the frontrunner.
TomTom today released the TomTom GO 720 to highlight a new feature that lets GPS owners share information on things like closed roads and new construction projects.
A second generation Blu-ray Disc player will make its way to stores this month as the first to carry a list price of under $500.
Today's update for the Wii's Virtual Console bring the second Zelda game, the second ToeJam & Earl game, and two others as the online store reaches 100 titles.
Opinion - Nintendo today announced that it will break the 100 game milestone on the Wii Virtual Console next week, but the collection is so littered with vintage titles that weren't even worth three bucks the first time around. Is this just an artifically inflated number to attract your attention - without any other value?
The first computer game to call itself a "massively multiplayer online dance" title has reached the 100,000 user milestone, according to the game's publisher Nexon.
Last week saw the HD DVD release of The Matrix and the Blu-ray release of Pirates of the Caribbean, each one of the most anticipated titles for their respective format.
Monday's addition of Zelda II will bring the Wii's Virtual Console library to over 100 titles.
Sony has released the latest update for the PSP, officially making Wi-Fi PS3 remote play available.
A new version of Need For Speed is heading to stores this fall, with a multi-console release set to hit eight different platforms.
Microsoft launched "Games for Windows - Live" this week. Spearheading the collection of compatible titles for Vista is the new release of Halo 2 for the PC. Extra: Image Gallery
Over five million people have tapped into Nintendo's DS Wi-Fi service, 18 months after it debuted.