The game many consider to be the best Nintendo title of all time is now available in its umpteenth release, on the Virtual Console.
Sony may still be struggling to reach the mass market with the Playstation 3, but the company's previous generation console is still raking in as much cash as possible.
Microsoft has secured a distribution agreement with ESPN, further pushing its lead in the console-powered video download market.
Microsoft has built a solid reputation with the Xbox 360 and some impressive franchises, most importantly Halo 3. But we have some trouble figuring out the future of the console, especially when Microsoft wants the Xbox 360 to be everything for everyone. Will the Xbox head right into an identity crisis and be in danger losing its appeal between the highly focused Nintendo Wii and Sony Playstation 3?
Almost immediately following the announcement of Wal-Mart's one-day sale where Toshiba's HD-A2 player would be marked down to just under $100, Best Buy changed its permanent price to match.
Nintendo is finally closing the first chapter of its gaming history, as it will no longer answer service calls regarding its very first home video game system, the Famicom.
With Halo 3 online in full swing, Microsoft is reminding users that any sort of tampering with the legitimacy of the game will result in a no-refund account closure.
Just days after it began selling an HD DVD player for less than $200, budget retailer Wal-Mart has announced a sale to take that price down to just $98.
Konami has announced that one of the most anticipated holiday titles for the PS3, Metal Gear Sold 4: Guns of the Patriots, has been delayed all the way back to the second quarter of 2008.
Game Review – At this year’s E3, Microsoft told us that it would be offering more casual games that appeal to the whole family in an effort to go after the Nintendo Wii audience. Viva Pinata is the first major title in this strategy and, quite apparently, it is much harder to create such a game than it sounds. Viva Pinata on the Xbox 360 disappoints.
Capcom is showing that the Wii isn't just for family-friendly mini-games, as it announced it has sold over a million copies of the horror game Resident Evil 4 for the Nintendo platform.
The line between the competing HD formats is about to get a little blurrier, as picture-in-picture video features, a previous exclusive to HD DVD, are coming to Blu-ray.
Nintendo's hotly anticipated mascot melee game for the Wii will include a unique feature of allowing users to create their own arenas for multiplayer battle.
MTV and game developer Harmonix have announced the full list of songs that will appear in the multi-platform game Rock Band, spanning four decades of rock music.
Nintendo's additions to the Wii's digital download platform this week are all devoted to "Hallo-Wiin", including the first non-fighting Neogeo game for the Virtual Console.