The company behind the development of Halo 3 said that after this summer's public beta it realized it needed three times more capacity than it initially had.
Sega has announced that it plans for Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games to be one of its top sellers over the next year.
The anticipated Xbox 360 shooter has found its way to numerous file-sharing sites after at least one person illegally uploaded the entire game to the Web.
Nintendo DS owners who have always wondered about the proper way to drink Chateau Margaux will soon be able to receive a lesson on the subject with a new game announced by Square Enix.
A new entry in the iconic party game is heading to the Wii, PSP, and DS next year.
Despite a new console and several hyped online games over the past two years, the original Xbox's Halo 2 has held its spot as the most played online game on Xbox Live.
Sony today announced details about enhancements it will bring to the PS3 to allow users more remote access from their PSP and PC systems.
During an investment meeting, Disney's Robert Iger declared the HD format war was essentially over, causing a mixed reaction from the other attending studio execs.
Sony's ambitious virtual world for its PS3 console has been pushed back by at least several months to "meet the needs" of users.
Sony made a surprise announcement today, saying that it will introduce an new PS3 controller with rumble feature in spring of next year.
Opinion – I have been criticizing Sony for its PS3 strategy and game publishers for their PS3 game strategy pretty much since the console was released almost 10 months ago – despite the fact that I always felt that it is the console with the most potential out there. If you don't believe me, have a look at Dirt. It is the best sign yet that there is hope for the PS3.
European retailer Argos has reportedly begun selling copies of Halo 3, about a week before its scheduled release date.
Answering the pleas of many fans, Lucas Arts has officially announced a game that will turn the Wii Remote into a digital light saber.
El Segundo (CA) – Apple not only has reduced the size of its iPod Nano, it also has trimmed the bill of materials (BOM) of the portable media player to keep profit margins stable.