It seems as if games designed for consoles are slowly moving away from a multiplayer model.
Valve has yet to officially confirm specs for its upcoming Steam Box, although that hasn't stopped rampant speculation and analysis about the system's future in our living rooms.
Nintendo's 3DS is expected to cost between $249 and $300. But is that too expensive for a handheld console?
Microsoft has priced its Kinect motion-sensing controller at $150 with a free a game.
The system - which is slated to hit store shelves in November - will also be available in a $300 bundle that includes an Xbox 360 "Slim" and a Kinect Adventures game.
3D games like Batman: Arkham Asylum definitely rock. But is the rapidly-evolving medium a fad, or does it represent the industry's future?
DFC Intelligence believes the Xbox 360 may have "some" good years left, but estimates the console is on the "downside" of its lifecycle - despite the advent of Microsoft's Kinect platform.
Microsoft has claimed that its Xbox 360 console is "technically" ready for 3D-enabled content.
Electronic Arts (EA) and Crytek have showcased their latest Crysis 2 demo at E3 2010 in Los Angeles. The long-awaited game will be available in true stereoscopic 3D for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC.