Game Review - Nintendo recently released the first Wii game to offer real-time online multiplayer, but it still has a long way to go just to catch up to where its competitors were in the last generation.
Toshiba rings in another round in the battle between the Blu-ray and HD DVD high-definition forward and said that it will make the $299 promotional price tag for the HD-A2 HD DVD permanent.
The Nintendo Wii has a virtual stranglehold over Sony’s PS3 in Japan and has outsold its rival console by six to over over the past month.
Opinion - The glitzy E3 of years past may already be etched into history books, but this month's event will still bring all the surprises and announcements that gamers have come to expect from the industry's crown jewel of trade shows.
Another one of the gems from Atari's arcade days, Missile Command, will make its way to the Xbox 360 as part of this week's Xbox Live Arcade update.
About seven months after Super Mario Bros hit the Wii's Virtual Console, its sequel has found its way to the online download platform.
Universal Music Group of Vivendi, the world’s largest music corporation, has announced that it will not renew its annual contract with Apple iTunes.
Warner's proprietary disc technology that burns an HD DVD video on one side and Blu-ray on the other, has been set aside until next year.
Hackers found a loophole in May's PSP version 3.5 firmware, and now Sony has quietly but frantically released a new update.
The 17-year-old cult PC hit is preparing to run the gamut of new consoles, but leaves the Wii out of its lineup.
When gamers first saw the Wii Remote in action two years ago, it was almost universally referred to as a light saber-esque controller. That metaphor will soon become a reality.
Downloading bonus content from a movie studio, sending clips to other HD DVD players, and voting in interactive polls are all possible with Toshiba's latest update to the HD DVD architecture.
THQ says that it's working on a follow-up to the real-time strategy game Supreme Commander that was released earlier this year.
Gamers now know what they'll get in the $90 version of Grand Theft Auto IV for the Playstation 3 and Xbox 360.
The Blu-ray Disc Association wants more people to buy players and are willing to throw in five free movies.