Universal will skip a theatrical release for White Noise: The Light and instead bring it directly to DVD and HD DVD early next year.
A fifth active SKU (stock keeping unit) of the Xbox 360 is on its way, this time targeting the non-enthusiast crowd, according to Xbox chief Robbie Bach.
In a rare occurrence in the video game world, Sony has announced stores will begin selling the new Ratchet & Clank game a week ahead of the scheduled release date.
For the first time all year, Nintendo's Wii console was not the top-selling system last month, thanks to a little game called Halo 3.
Los Angeles (CA) – Serious flight simulator fanatics usually plunk down hundreds, even thousands of dollars for custom flight controls, but CH Products wants to change all that with its Multi Function Panels. The USB device allows owners to mount buttons onto printed templates and crazy gamers can install up to 16 panels on their computers.
Getting a front row parking space is a minor miracle at most convention centers, but that just isn’t possible at the Los Angeles Convention Center… or is it? We’re just finishing up the first day at the new E for All game expo and this place is just a ghost town.
Joining the PS3 club is going to be less costly beginning in November. But there’s a catch.
HDMI Licensing, the group behind high definition multimedia interface specifications, today announced a new specification and licensing standard for high-def devices, which aims to make the features of HDMI devices more transparent.
Universal Music Group and other major labels are thinking about taking on iTunes with their own, almost free, music service. According to Business Week, the “Total Music” service would let subscribers download all the music they want from Universal Music, Sony and possibly other labels.
Bethesda Softworks today announced that it has begun shipping a new version of The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion for the PS3 and The Elder Scrolls IV: Shivering Isles for the Xbox 360.
Chicago (IL) – Digital cameras have given us an opportunity to snap images virtually anywhere we go, resulting in a continuous flood of new pictures hitting your PC. Archiving and finding a particular image among possibly thousands either requires organizational talent or plain luck. Rmbr, a new website gearing up for launch, wants to take the pain out of efficiently archiving images and enlist a community to organize your photos.
Office Depot’s most recent Sunday ad offers shoppers a Microsoft Xbox 360 Premium console (including a 20 GB hard drive and a wireless controller) for $299.99, which is $50 below the current suggested retail price of $349.99. So, what’s the catch?
Nintendo's digital download store just got a bit more crowded with the first addition of a new platform of classic downloads since the Wii launched last year.